Established in 1827, the University of Toronto has one of the strongest research and teaching faculties in North America, presenting top students at all levels with an intellectual environment unmatched in depth and breadth on any other Canadian campus.
The University of Toronto has been named the best university in Canada and ranked within the top 20 post-secondary institutions in the world in a new survey.
At the University of Toronto, students, faculty and staff study, work and live on three campuses. With some of the most prestigious architecture and beautiful green space in Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area, and more than 1,000 extracurricular activities available to students, U of T offers an extraordinary environment in which to learn and work.
The University of Toronto is situated in one of the world’s most vibrant urban environments. Ranked the most diverse city in North America, Toronto and the surrounding Greater Toronto Area are dynamic, inviting areas with something for everyone. From sports teams to cultural happenings, festivals to street fairs, Toronto has it all.
University of Toronto has three distinct campuses in the Greater Toronto Area. One in Downtown Toronto (St. George), Mississauga Campus (in the West) and Scarborough campus (in the East), offering a good blend of experience from the downtown to the suburban campuses. You could choose to study on any one of the campuses of the university and you would graduate with the same University of Toronto degree.
The University is a leader in research facilities in North America with 43 libraries on the three campuses combined. This makes University of Toronto the 3rd largest library system in the world after Harvard and Yale.
The university offers a large range of undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs. First Entry programs include Arts & Science, Applied Science & Engineering, Architecture, Kinesiology & Physical Education, Music and Transitional Year Program.
Academic Programs offered:
There are more than a 1000 programs at the graduate and undergraduate level to choose from. You could choose to apply for the same program on all three campuses or for three different programs on each campus.
Academics is the main criteria for admission. Besides academics, as an international student you only have to submit the proof of English language ability, viz., TOEFL or IELTS.
Students are required to have high academic achievement along with GRE or GMAT based on the academic program applying for.
Admissions are open once a year for the session starting in September (Fall). You need to apply through OUAC (Ontario university application centre) for undergraduate admissions and directly through the university website for the graduate admissions.
For more information on the programs and admissions contact Vandana Mahajan former University of Toronto ‘Director International Liaison’.
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