University of Toronto
Founded in 1827, the University of Toronto has evolved into Canada’s leading learning, discovery, and knowledge creation institution. Students have the opportunity to learn from and work with preeminent thought leaders through a multidisciplinary network of teaching and research faculty, alumni, and partners.
The University of Toronto offers education on a global scale. The students and faculty are drawn from around the world. Many of the faculty members are international leaders in their fields. Graduates from the University of Toronto have gone on to live and work in over 160 countries abroad. The university benefits from being situated in one of the world’s most multicultural cities. The University of Toronto offers a rich array of programs and opportunities for motivated students. As an institution, they have been recognized as Canada’s top university and one of North America’s best public research universities.
Student services & facilities
On any of their three distinct campuses, University of Toronto students profit from committed teachers, supportive staff and state-of-the-art facilities. Students can also participate in some of the 300 student clubs, 17 newspapers and three radio stations in and around the University. There are excellent opportunities for recreational and competitive athletics, up to the inter-university level of the U of T Varsity Blues teams. Even as the University of Toronto celebrate a tradition of excellence that extends back over 175 years, they are committed to building a strong and bold future. A future that they very much hope will include you.
Mississauga Campus (UTM)
Established in 1967, theUniversity of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) is U of T's second largest division with a student population of just over 14,000.
Featuring 15 academic departments, an Institute of Communication, Culture, Information and Technology, 148 programs and 89 areas of study, UTM offers undergraduate and interdisciplinary graduate studies programs. The campus also boasts a vibrant research environment and many of its faculty and researchers are recognized internationally for their innovative work.
UTM’s award-winning facilities are situated on 225 acres of protected greenbelt along the Credit River, 33 kilometres west of U of T’s Downtown Toronto (St. George) Campus.
St. George Campus
The St. George campus blends historical architecture and inviting green spaces as a backdrop to a truly remarkable community.
Set in the centre of Toronto, one of the world’s most dynamic and diverse cities, it is a place where students, staff and faculty engage with a vibrant academic life and countless co-curricular activities.
Just beyond the campus are the many events, neighbourhoods and industries that Toronto has to offer. From Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, an annual art festival that runs from dusk until dawn, to sports games at one of the Varsity Centre's high-performance facilities, this location is intrinsically linked with the city's renowned cultural offerings to create a rich and unique experience for everyone.
Scarborough Campus (UTSC)
Experiential education is the hallmark of the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC).
Students get a head start on their futures through U of T’s only co-op program as well as internships, hands-on research, community engagement and a vibrant campus life.
Located next to popular natural landmarks in Toronto’s greenest area, the UTSC campus is experiencing dynamic growth. The new Aquatics Centre and Field House represents Canada’s largest investment in amateur sport infrastructure, opened in 2015 for the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games.
Living in Residence
Immerse yourself in university life by living on campus. Each U of T campus has a range of housing options that will help you integrate into a fun, supportive and close-knit community at the University. Walk to classes, on-campus events, athletic facilities and libraries. Take part in movie nights, recreational sports events, study groups and club activities. And find convenient and helpful services, from healthy dining options and laundry facilities, to city tours and academic mentorships. Living in residence is a great way to kick off your university experience.
Some students opt to live off campus in one of the Greater Toronto Area’s many student-friendly and culturally diverse neighbourhoods. If you decide to find your own housing arrangement, the University’s housing offices can help you navigate the rental market and find the best fit.
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