105 – University of Toronto
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Last updated: September 19, 2017
- University of Toronto St. George Programs
- University of Toronto Scarborough Programs
- University of Toronto Mississauga Programs
- International Opportunities
- Accessibility Services
- Residence Accommodations
- Student Financial Support
- U of T Advance Planning for Students (UTAPS)
- Applicant Information
- English-Language Requirements
- Campus Visits
- Contact Information
As one of the world’s top educational institutions, the University of Toronto (U of T) is a dynamic destination for unsurpassed excellence.
The University of Toronto is consistently ranked as one of the world’s top universities. In 2016-17, the Times Higher Education World University Rankings put U of T at #1 in Canada and 22nd among all of the world’s universities. The U of T was also ranked #1 in Canada and #14 in the world in the 2016 Global Employability University Survey and Ranking.
Since 1827, students, faculty and graduates of the University of Toronto have been making history and mapping the future. At U of T, exceptional students become extraordinary people by seeking to develop their minds, bodies and spirits through connections with new ideas, people and places.
Studying at U of T is about choice. Entering first year gives you access to more academic programs than at any other Canadian university.
Choice extends to the more than 1,000 student organizations, athletic teams and academic associations, and each of the 3 campuses offers different learning environments, experiences and recreational opportunities.
The University of Toronto offers many different opportunities to participate in exchange programs, including study abroad programs and international summer programs, through partnerships with leading universities around the world.
Accessibility Services is part of our commitment to maintaining an accessible and welcoming university community. Assessment and financial support are available to assist students with physical or learning disabilities as well as students with chronic health problems.
Services range from on‑campus transportation, books on tape and note taking, to the latest adaptive equipment, which is made available through the Adaptive Technology Resource Centre.
For information about Accessibility Services, visit the website of each campus.
U of T student housing offerings are as varied as the people who live in them. We have the same philosophy for housing and community as we do for learning: different people have different needs. Refer to the residence website for detailed information.
We offer approximately 4,400 admission scholarships that total more than $14.9 million. In most cases, no separate application is required. Selection is based on your overall record, with particular emphasis placed on the most recent results. Find more information about scholarships.
Student Financial Support
For Canadian students, the University of Toronto is committed to the principle that no student admitted to a program will be unable to enroll in or complete the program due to a lack of financial means. The commitment is based on the assumption that you will first access the government aid for which you are eligible.
Financial need is assessed based on the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) and those whose assessed need is not fully covered by government aid will receive additional funding from the University.
U of T Advance Planning for Students (UTAPS)
If you are a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person and are concerned about the financial cost of attending university, you can obtain a preliminary estimate for the amount of funding you may expect to receive from government programs and other forms of financial assistance by completing the UTAPS Online Estimator.
You will be considered for your first University of Toronto choice. You may list additional U of T choices (to a maximum of 3) and in the event that we are unable to offer you admission to your preferred program, we will consider you for alternative choice(s) where possible.
A non‑refundable service fee of $90, paid directly to the OUAC, is required. Upon receipt of your OUAC application, we will send an acknowledgement email that provides information about what is required to complete your application.
Note: Your application cannot be considered until we receive all required documentation.
If English is not your first language, you may be required to provide proof of English facility.
University of Toronto
172 St. George Street
Toronto ON M5R 0A3