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University of Toronto

  • Public University, Estd 1827
  • Toronto, Ontario
  • 50 Courses

University Highlights

  • Ranks #1 in Canada according to QS, Times Higher Education, and Maclean’s
  • 2 million+ digital books, journals, and more in the library
  • 44 libraries set across 3 University of Toronto campuses
  • An acceptance rate of 43%
  • 24% of its student population is international students
  • More than 1,000 programs of stud
  • 22,803 faculty and staff members
  • $1.37 billion research funds awarded
  • $15.7 billion worth of contributions to the Canadian economy
  • The library system is the fourth largest in North America.
  • Created more than 500 start-up companies
  • Guaranteed housing for first-year students

University at a Glance

  • International
    Students
    24691
  • Male/Female
    Ratio
    45:55
  • UG/PG Course
    Ratio
    1:0.2
  • Faculty/Student
    Ratio
    1:8
  • No. of
    Campuses
    3
  • Yearly Hostel &
    Meals Expense
    $13.5K

Overview

The University of Toronto is a public university located on the grounds surrounding Queen's Park and based in Ontario, Canada. The royal charter established it in 1827. This university was the first institution of higher learning in Upper Canada. It went by the name King's College until it became a secular institution in 1850. Since then, people often refer to it as UToronto or U of T. In the two centuries of its existence, this university evolved into a global leader of learning, discovery, and knowledge creation. All major rankings acknowledge its position as one of the top 20 public universities in the world and the top university of Canada.

UToronto offers over 700 undergraduate and 200 graduate programs to its 95,000 students. A total of over 24,000 students come to study here from around the globe. 622,902 alumni have had the privilege of learning within these halls of knowledge. The long list of alumni includes three Governors-General, five Prime Ministers, seventeen justices of the Supreme Court, and nine foreign leaders. Twelve Nobel laureates, six Turing Award winners, 94 Rhodes Scholars, and one Fields Medalist also make the list.

U of T has three campuses to its name. The campuses located in St. George, Mississauga, and Scarborough are home to eleven colleges. Residence and housing facilities are available at all three campuses. They can accommodate 3,630, 747 and 840 students each. These campuses also house the fourth-largest library system in North America. There are a total of 44 libraries at the University of Toronto.

The University of Toronto stands out due to its academic achievements. Influential movements and curricula in literary criticism and communication theory are notable in this regard. This university was the home ground of stem cell research, insulin, and the first artificial cardiac pacemaker. It was also the site of the first successful lung transplant and nerve transplant. The first electron microscope, neural network, the development of deep learning, multi-touch technology, and the identification of the first black hole also came out of the doors of U of T. As you can tell, this institution is a leader for research-based start-ups, inventions, licenses, and options (AUTM).

UToronto commits to diversity within its community and welcomes people from all backgrounds for employment. Students can also access over 13,000 opportunities on the job boards. On and off-campus jobs, volunteer work, and work-study programs are on the website. 7,000 positions are also available for students in 1,000 co-curricular activities.

Fees & Admissions Requirements

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Admission Requirements
Documents

SOP: Needed for few courses
LOR: Needed for few courses
Essays: Needed for few courses
CV: Needed for few courses
Additional documents: Required
Proof of English Proficiency: Conditional

Application feesCAD 125 - 180
Courses
  • Undergraduate
    Duration: 4 Years - 4 Years
    1st Year Tution Fees: $59.8K
  • Postgraduate
    Duration: 1 Year - 3 Years
    1st Year Tution Fees: $26.2K

Accommodation

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University of Toronto through our handy list of options below!

On campus accommodation :
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Description
  • Accommodation is available for undergraduate and postgraduate students in all three of its campuses, St. George, Mississauga, and Scarborough.
  • St. George resident students live in one of the seven colleges, in Chestnut Residence, or in Student Family Housing
  • Traditional-style dormitories, apartments, or townhomes are up for grabs at the Mississauga Campus
  • At the Mississauga Campus, first-year students share residence space with students in the same as similar academic discipline
  • Scarborough residents live around a two-minute walk from academic buildings
  • The accommodations at Scarborough are either townhouses or apartment suites
  • Meal plans are included
  • Upper-year students live in residence as dons or residence advisor
  • Amenities include elevators, automated door openers, braille signage etc.
    Link:http://future.utoronto.ca/housing
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All Courses

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Bachelor of Commerce in Finance (Specialist)

  • Course LevelUndergraduate
  • Course Duration4 Years
  • 1st Year Tution FeesCAD 60.6K
  • IntakeFall: September 2023
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Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting (Specialist) (BCom)

  • Course LevelUndergraduate
  • Course Duration4 Years
  • 1st Year Tution FeesCAD 60.6K
  • IntakeFall: September 2023
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Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing (Specialist) (BCom)

  • Course LevelUndergraduate
  • Course Duration4 Years
  • 1st Year Tution FeesCAD 60.6K
  • IntakeFall: September 2023
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Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)

  • Course LevelUndergraduate
  • Course Duration4 Years
  • 1st Year Tution FeesCAD 60.6K
  • IntakeFall: September 2023
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Bachelor of Commerce in Economics (BCom)

  • Course LevelUndergraduate
  • Course Duration4 Years
  • 1st Year Tution FeesCAD 60.6K
  • IntakeFall: September 2023
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Honours Bachelor of Science in Chemistry (HBSc)

  • Course LevelUndergraduate
  • Course Duration4 Years
  • 1st Year Tution FeesCAD 60.6K
  • IntakeFall: September 2023
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Honours Bachelor of Science in Physics (HBSc)

  • Course LevelUndergraduate
  • Course Duration4 Years
  • 1st Year Tution FeesCAD 60.6K
  • IntakeFall: September 2023
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Honours Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science (HBSc)

  • Course LevelUndergraduate
  • Course Duration4 Years
  • 1st Year Tution FeesCAD 60.6K
  • IntakeFall: September 2023
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Honours Bachelor of Science in Biology (HBSc)

  • Course LevelUndergraduate
  • Course Duration4 Years
  • 1st Year Tution FeesCAD 60.6K
  • IntakeFall: September 2023
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Honours Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (HBSc)

  • Course LevelUndergraduate
  • Course Duration4 Years
  • 1st Year Tution FeesCAD 60.6K
  • IntakeFall: September 2023
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Honours Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology (HBSc)

  • Course LevelUndergraduate
  • Course Duration4 Years
  • 1st Year Tution FeesCAD 60.6K
  • IntakeFall: September 2023
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Honours Bachelor of Science in Psychology (HBSc)

  • Course LevelUndergraduate
  • Course Duration4 Years
  • 1st Year Tution FeesCAD 60.6K
  • IntakeFall: September 2023
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Campus & Contact

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Main Campus
  • Address:
    27 King's College Circle, Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A1 Canada
  • Email:
    graduate.information@utoronto.ca
  • Phone:
    +416-978-6614

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