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University of Toronto

University of Toronto

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Uni facts

  • Toronto, Canada
  • University type: Public
  • Rank: 19
  • Program types Bachelor's degrees
  • Programs total 247
  • Acceptance rates -
  • Nationalities 163
  • International Students 19187

Study abroad at the University of Toronto

Established in 1827, the University of Toronto (UofT) is Canada’s largest university. It’s a public research institution that’s recognized as a global leader in research and teaching.

The University offers a huge range of study options, with more than 700 programs available in subjects including humanities and social science, life sciences, physical and mathematical sciences, computer science, engineering, kinesiology and physical education, music, and architecture.

UofT has three campuses located in and around Toronto, and all give students access to professional training in and out of the classroom, international partnerships, research programs, cutting-edge facilities, and welcoming communities.

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Why study at UofT?

  • Globally ranked

    The University of Toronto is ranked in the top 30 universities in the world (QS World University Rankings 2019)

  • International community

    UofT has international students from more than 160 countries and regions

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Life as an international student

The University of Toronto welcomes students from all over the globe, and approximately 21% of the student body is international, representing 168 countries and regions.

As an international student studying at UofT, you can use their International Education Centre (IEC), who have compiled information to help you transition into life at the University. When you start you’ll attend O-Week, which provides new students with an introduction to academic and social life on campus to help with their transition.

UofT offers students countless student life opportunities, including more than 1,000 student organizations, athletic teams and academic associations. Taking part in clubs, programs and events outside the classroom is a great way to meet new people and make your time at Toronto as rewarding as possible.

Student life & facilities

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  • Library
    • Individual Study Rooms
    • Computer labs
    • Group Study Rooms
    • Quiet Areas
  • Fitness Centre
    • Spin Studio
    • Machines
    • Free Weights
    • Fitness Classes
    • Dance Studio
  • IT Support
    • Loan Laptops
    • Campus Wireless Connectivity
  • Transport
    • Campus Bus Service
    • On-Campus Shuttle
  • Food & Restaurants
    • Restaurants 1
    • Cafe’s 1
  • Sports Facilities
    • No. of Natural Turf American Football Pitches 1
  • Healthcare & Medical
    • Counselling & Mental Health Services
  • No. of All Weather Sports Pitches
    • No. of Athletics Track 1
  • Tutoring Support
    • Student Tutoring & Support
    • Academic Tutoring & Support
    • Peer & Buddy Program

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University of Toronto programs

Fees and funding

The amount of tuition you pay will depend on factors such as your program and year of study, your course load and your campus.

There are over 4,400 undergraduate admission scholarships that the University of Toronto, along with its faculties, campuses and colleges, awards each year.

Eligible high school students (including international candidates) are automatically considered for a variety of admission scholarships when they apply to the University.

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Applied Science and Engineering - CAD$57,085 (US$44,281) Architecture, Landscape, Design - CAD$51,252 (US$39,756) Arts, Science, Commerce - CAD$51,878 (US$40,241) Music - CAD$36,924 (US$28,642) Kinesiology & Physical Education - CAD$36,261 (US$28,127)

Every admitted student is automatically considered for a scholarship.

Merit Based Scholarships CAD$500 - $10,000 Based on top students University of Toronto admits each year

Lester B. Pearson International Scholarship

International secondary applicants may also be considered for the Lester B. Pearson International Scholarship program if nominated by their high school. This scholarship program is intended to recognize students who demonstrate exceptional academic achievement who are recognized as leaders within their school.

University of Toronto's International Scholarship:

This is a new scholarship offered to a select group of international students. Undergraduate students from India and the US are automatically considered for the University of Toronto's International Scholarship. Recipients will be notified by early May.

The scholarship is renewable for up to four academic years and is contingent on you maintaining your academic standing at U of T. Except for the Lester B. Pearson International Scholarship, this scholarship may be combined with other scholarships.

Details regarding the scholarship will be included in your scholarship offer.

Location

University of Toronto

27 King's College Circle, Toronto, ON M5S 1A1, CA

Toronto — one of the world's most diverse cities, and a hub of culture, finance, and technology. The Economist ranks Toronto as one of the safest and most liveable cities in the world.

  • From Toronto Pearson Airport

    25 minutes

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Visa requirements for University of Toronto

Many international students will require a visa to study in Canada, and this is a vital step of your study abroad journey. Make sure you understand the requirements you may need to meet before applying.

Canada student visa requirements