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University of Toronto

Choose from 700+ programs at Canada's #1 university. With three campuses in one of the world's most diverse regions and a half-million-strong alumni network spanning 150+ countries, the University of Toronto is your best place to build lifelong friendships and unlock doors to any industry, anywhere.

About the institution

As Canada’s top university, the University of Toronto is a leading destination for innovators and trailblazers the world over. Students can choose from 700+ programs in the sciences, the arts, business, engineering, music, architecture, kinesiology, and much more.

With three campuses in and around Toronto—one of the world's most diverse cities, and a hub of culture, finance, and technology—our students enjoy access to professional training in and out of the classroom, international partnerships, research courses, cutting-edge facilities, and warm collegiate communities. And, with a half-million-strong alumni network spanning the globe, our degrees unlock doors to any industry, anywhere.

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Number of Undergraduate Students

50000

Average Undergraduate Class Size

• Our first year classes consist of small seminar courses capped at 20 - 35 students to larger lecture styles varying from 80 to 1200 students which also have smaller tutorials (12 – 20 students) or labs
• In our Faculty of Arts and Science, 62% of the classes have less than 40 students

Size of Instituition

Very Large Institution >30,000

Selectivity

Highly Selective (10-25% admitted). The majority of our programs want low to mid 30's, competitive areas STEM/BUS high 30s+

Campus Style

U of T has 3 campuses, all self-contained campuses in a large urban area.

Education Model

UofT is a leading comprehensive research institution where students can mix & match programs areas.

Are there internship opportunities?

Yes - We offer optional paid integrated co-op and internship options in a large variety of program areas.

Are there study abroad options?

Yes - We have partnerships with about 170 institutions around the world.

Cost of Tuition

$41,000-62,000 Canadian $

Funding

The University of Toronto is a publicly-funded institution and because of that cannot offer financial aid to international students. There are a few merit scholarships available though.

Canadian Citizens & permanent residences of Canada could be eligible for financial aid including government funding.

IB Grade Requirements

Admission ranges vary by program/admission category
• A total score of 27, not including bonus points, is required for admission consideration. Most programs require a significantly higher score. Many programs require higher scores and our most competitive programs, including Commerce and Computer Science, require a significantly higher score (mid/high 30s or higher)

UFP Grade Requirements

Not accepted

Subjects

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World Top 50

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# 2 Canada Medical Doctoral School

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World Top 50
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Degree Area
Accounting & Finance
Business
Aeronautical/Aerospace Engineering
Engineering
African Studies
Language & Culture
American Studies
Language & Culture
Anatomy Physiology and Pathology
Sciences
Anthropology
Society & Social Sciences
Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies
Language & Culture
Archaeology
Society & Social Sciences
Architecture
Art & Design
Art & Design
Art & Design
Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
Computing & ICT
Astronomy/Astrophysics
Sciences
Bio-Veterinary/Animal Science
Sciences
Biochemistry/Biomedicine
Sciences
Biological Sciences
Sciences
Biomedical Engineering
Engineering
Business and Management
Business
Chemical/Energy Engineering
Engineering
Chemistry
Sciences
Chinese Studies
Language & Culture
Civil Engineering
Engineering
Classics and Ancient History
Society & Social Sciences
Communication and Media Studies
English & Media
Computer Games and Graphics
Computing & ICT
Data Science
Computing & ICT
Development Studies
Society & Social Sciences
Dietetics/Nutrition
Medicine & Healthcare
Drama & Theatre
Performing Arts
Ecology & Conservation
Sciences
Economics
Society & Social Sciences
Education
Society & Social Sciences
Electronic/Electrical Engineering
Engineering
English Literature and/or Language
English & Media
Environmental Science
Sciences
Financial Mathematics
Mathematics
Geography
Society & Social Sciences
Geology/Geoscience
Sciences
History
Society & Social Sciences
Information Technology
Computing & ICT
International Relations
Society & Social Sciences
Japanese
Language & Culture
Journalism
English & Media
Law
Society & Social Sciences
Liberal Arts and Sciences
Liberal Arts & Sciences
Linguistics
Language & Culture
Manufacturing
Engineering
Marketing
Business
Materials Science
Engineering
Mathematics
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Engineering
Modern Languages Mixed
Language & Culture
Music
Performing Arts
Natural Sciences
Sciences
Nursing
Medicine & Healthcare
Pharmacy & Pharmacology
Medicine & Healthcare
Philosophy
Society & Social Sciences
Physics
Sciences
Politics
Society & Social Sciences
Psychology
Society & Social Sciences
Radiography
Medicine & Healthcare
Social Policy
Society & Social Sciences
Sociology
Society & Social Sciences
Software Engineering
Computing & ICT
Sport Science
Sciences
Statistics
Mathematics
Theology and Religious Studies
Society & Social Sciences

Our Education Model

At U of T we offer a variety of program concentration levels (Specialist, Major, Minor, Certificate) which allow you to mix and match programs in different areas such as Engineering with a Minor in Music, or a Double Major in Philosophy and Mathematics, or a Major in Chemistry and 2 minors in French and Economics. Alternatively you may choose to complete a Specialist program (high concentration in one subject) together with a number of elective courses.

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