University of Toronto

The University of Toronto is the largest and the oldest leading research university of Canada. It has been consistently ranked amongst the Top 20 by all prominent international rankings. The University of Toronto is home to the largest faculty of Arts and Science and Engineering in the country. The University of Toronto is also home to the famous Rotman School of Business in Toronto.

The University of Toronto has the third largest library system in the world after Harvard and Yale, a great resource for students on campus. A tri-campus university offers a great combination of city and suburban life in Ontario. Students have the opportunity to be a part of the largest and the oldest St. George campus or they may choose to pursue their education in smaller suburban campuses based in Mississauga or Scarborough. Students have the opportunity to pursue classes on other campuses of the University and have access to all the facilities on all the campuses.

Popular Programs to Study in University of Toronto

Faculty of Arts and Science:

    • Computer Science
    • Humanities
    • Life Sciences
    • Rotman Commerce
    • Social Sciences
    • Physical and Mathematical Sciences

Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering

    • Chemical Engineering
    • Civil Engineering
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering and many more…

Faculty of Music

    • Composition
    • History and Theory
    • Music Education

Faculty of Management

    • Management (BBA or BA)
    • Human Resource Management (BBA)
    • Economics for Management Studies (BA) and many more


Rated one of the top 25 universities in the world and first in Canada in the distinguished Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU), produced annually by Shanghai Jiao Tong University.

The University of Toronto is one of the top three schools in the world outside the United States, behind only the University of Cambridge and University of Oxford in one of the latest releases of the 2011 rankings season.

The University of Toronto jumped to fourth place in the world “and first in Canada“ in the latest international rankings on scientific performance.

The University of Toronto’s academic and research performance ranks among the best in the world “and is the best in Canada” in a prestigious international ranking released this week.

Admission Requirements (International Students)

British Education:
  • Minimum 5 IGCSE/GCSE/O-Level and 4 different Advanced-Subsidiary (AS Level) subjects
  • OR 3 Advanced Level (A Levels)subjects.
US Patterned System:
  • Senior Year/Grade 12 in an accredited high school with High GPA and High Scores in SAT Reasoning or Redesigned SAT or ACT
  • Prerequisite subjects like English should be present in Senior Year/Grade 12 or as SAT Subject Tests.
  • The International Baccalaureate Diploma including English HL or SL
  • Predicted score of 27 or more is required for a provisional offer of admission
  • Minimum 85% in Grade 12 Board results
  • Some programs require a lower average
  • Pre-requisites for each program vary and must be complete at the time of application

Fees and Costs

Tuition and Incidental Fees $ CAD $US
Applied Science and Engineering $49,231.60 $37,532.95
Architecture, Landscape, Design $43,234.82 $32,940.82
Arts, Science, Commerce and Management $43,855.82-$44,456.53 $33,413.96-$33,871.64
Music $33,806.82 $25,757.58
Kinesiology and Physical Education $32,943.82 $25,100.05


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