University of Toronto

Toronto, Ontario | Public University | Established 1827

About us

The University of Toronto, which was founded in 1827, has grown to become Canada's leading learning, discovery, and knowledge creation institution. They are one of the top research-intensive universities in the world, with a strong desire to invent and innovate.

Through their multidisciplinary network of faculties, alumni and partners, our students are able to learn and work with prominent thinkers and world leaders. The circumstances for their diverse staff and student body is to maximise students’ creativity through an equal and inclusive working and learning environment.

The University of Toronto has 3 campuses-

Mississauga Campus (UTM)

The University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) was founded in 1967 and is the University of Toronto's second-largest division, with a student body of just over 14,000 students.

UTM offers undergraduate and integrative graduate studies programmes through 15 academic departments, an Institute of Communication, Culture, Information, and Technology, 148 programmes, and 89 areas of study. The university also has a thriving research environment, with many of its academics and researchers receiving international recognition for their groundbreaking work.

St. George Campus

The St. George campus blends historical architecture and inviting green spaces as a backdrop to a truly remarkable community. It is located in the heart of Toronto, one of the world's most dynamic and diverse cities, and it is a place where students, staff, and professors may participate in a vibrant academic life as well as the collection of extracurricular activities.

Beyond the school, Toronto has a plethora of events, neighbourhoods, and businesses to offer. 

Scarborough Campus (UTSC)

The University of Toronto Scarborough is known for its experiential education.

Through U of T's unique co-op programme, internships, hands-on research, community engagement, and lively campus life, students receive a head start on their futures.

The UTSC campus, which is located near popular natural monuments in Toronto's greenest neighbourhood, is experiencing significant growth. 



Courses Duration 1st Year Tuition Fees
Master of Accounting and Finance 3 Year -
Master of Arts 3 Year -
Master of Education 3 Year -
Doctor of Philosophy 4 Year -
Master of Science 3 Year -
Master of Health Science 3 Year -
Master of Applied Science 3 Year -
Master of Engineering 2 Year -
Doctor of Philosophy 6 Year -
Master of Biotechnology 3 Year -
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Admission Requirements


Visa application form

Original valid passport with photocopy of biodata page

Use of representative Form (IMM 5476)

Police Clearance Certificates and Medical Reports

Academic Certificates

Proof of Funds

Official letter of acceptance from a Canadian university, college, or Technical Institute

College/University Fees Payment Receipt

G.I.C Payment Receipt or Education Loan Acceptance Letter

Statement of Purpose

Other relevant certificates

Intake Season & Deadlines

There are three intakes in Canada,

Fall Intake, in the month of September

Winter Intake, in the month of January

Summer Intake, in the month of May

Courses Exams
Master courses
Bachelors courses

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University City Toronto, Ontario
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Population of City 6,254,571
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