At U of T, your professors and lecturers are leaders in discovery and teaching. They conduct more research across more disciplines than any other university in Canada. They publish more than any other public university in North America. And when other professors around the world are surveyed, U of T is one of only eight universities ranked in the top 20 across the full range of disciplines.
As a U of T student, you have endless choices. We have three distinct campuses, each with their own special character. Whatever your choice, you will feel at home in one of the most vibrant and multicultural regions in the world. You can also tailor your education from more than 800 undergraduate programs, more than 400 graduate and professional programs and, amazingly, more than 1,000 clubs and activities.
Academic Programs :
The University of Toronto has three campuses, offering hundreds of areas of study. These undergraduate programs require secondary school preparation and lead to a Bachelor’s degree.
Search for programs in which you are interested, using StudyUofT. Some programs are only offered on one of the campuses, while other programs are available on more than one campus.
The School of Graduate Studies is the largest graduate school in Canada. There are more than 12,000 students in an extraordinary range of scholarly fields. The diversity of departments, centres and institutes means that the focus and expertise that you seek is likely to be found within the graduate offerings at U of T.
The University of Toronto offers an education on a global scale. Our students and faculty are drawn from around the world and many of our faculty members are international leaders in their fields. Our graduates have gone on to live and work in over 160 countries. The University of Toronto is situated in one of the world's most dynamic and multicultural cities.
- Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering
- Faculty of Architecture, Landscape & Design
- Faculty of Arts & Science (humanities, social sciences, sciences, business)
- Faculty of Dentistry
- Faculty of Forestry
- Faculty of Information Studies
- Faculty of Law
- Faculty of Medicine
- Faculty of Music
- Faculty of Nursing
- Faculty of Pharmacy
- Faculty of Physical Education and Health
- Faculty of Social Work
- Rotman School of Management
- School of Graduate Studies
- Toronto School of Theology
- School of Continuing Studies
- Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE)
Admissions and Awards
Admission information :
Applying to U of T
For Engineering admission information, visit the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering website. For all other undergraduate admission information, visit the Admissions and Awards website.
Applying from an Ontario High School
Apply using the OUAC application. Contact your school guidance counsellor for more information.
Applying to your first degree from any other Canadian province or territory, or from outside Canada
Apply online at the Ontario Universities Application Centre. Paper applications can be requested by e-mail: email@example.com (subject of e-mail: 'paper application'), by telephone (519-823-1940), or by contacting Admissions and Awards, University of Toronto, 315 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON, M5S 1A3; 416-978-2190.
Tuition and Fees :
The cost of attending university varies according to your program of study and place of residence during the academic year (September to May). Students living at home can expect to have costs of at least $9000; Canadian citizens and permanent residents living away from home can anticipate costs in the $16,000 to $17,500 range. These include domestic tuition fees, incidental fees, faculty or college fees, books, boarding and lodging, local transportation and miscellaneous expenses.
Financial Aid Information:
The University of Toronto, its colleges and faculties award approximately 1,500 admission scholarships and approximately 2,500 in-course scholarships each year. Admission Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic standing. All students are automatically considered for scholarships during the admissions process.
For more details on University of Toronto Scholarships, visit the Admissions & Awards website.
Financial Aid Guarantee
For students that are Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada, the University of Toronto is committed to the principle that no student admitted to a program will be unable to enroll or complete the program due to lack of financial means. Our commitment is based on the assumption that students will first access the government aid for which they are eligible. Details on this gurantee are available at the Admissions and Awards website.
Citizens of the United States are eligible for U.S. federal loan assistance, may use recognized educational savings plans and will qualify for federal education tax credits. Please visit the Admissions & Awards website for full funding details available to U.S. students.
International students outside of the U.S. and Canada in need of financial assistance should consult funding agencies in their home country.
Work opportunities are available to international students. Students registered in Co-op programs at U of T Scarborough or Professional Experience Year programs have the opportunity for paid work placement as part of their academic program. Those who qualify may seek employment either on or off campus. Assistance in seeking employment is available through the U of T Career Centre.