• University of Toronto

    Toronto, Ontario
    Canada
  • University of Toronto

    Toronto, Ontario
    Canada
  • University of Toronto

    Toronto, Ontario
    Canada
  • University of Toronto

    Toronto, Ontario
    Canada
  • University of Toronto

    Toronto, Ontario
    Canada
  • University of Toronto

    Toronto, Ontario
    Canada
  • University of Toronto

    Toronto, Ontario
    Canada
  • University of Toronto

    Toronto, Ontario
    Canada
  • University of Toronto

    Toronto, Ontario
    Canada
  • University of Toronto

    Toronto, Ontario
    Canada
  • University of Toronto

    Toronto, Ontario
    Canada
  • University of Toronto

    Toronto, Ontario
    Canada
  • University of Toronto

    Toronto, Ontario
    Canada
  • University of Toronto

    Toronto, Ontario
    Canada
  • University of Toronto

    Toronto, Ontario
    Canada
  • University of Toronto

    Toronto, Ontario
    Canada

The University of Toronto is one of the world’s top universities. It is recognized for its teaching excellence and as a top research university. Its comprehensive offering of undergraduate programs is matched by remarkable facilities. Situated in what is arguably Canada’s most exciting city, U of T is structured across three campuses and serves more than 70,000 students, both undergrads and graduate students. The main campus is the downtown St. George campus, which is in the middle of the city and served by multiple subway and bus routes. St. George operates on a college system; this system is widely used by undergraduates. Two satellite campuses offer primarily undergraduate programming and expand U of T’s organizational plan. U of T Mississauga is 40 minutes to the west of the St. George campus on the inter-campus shuttle bus. Students can take most undergraduate Arts & Science programs at U of T Mississauga. This campus also offers a group of business degree options, a forensic science degree and several joint programs with Sheridan College in Mississauga. The residence system is supportive and attractive. Buildings are new and well appointed. On the other side of the city, easy transport links take you to UT Scarborough, a third campus of U of T that is equally attractive to undergraduates. Lying adjacent to the new Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre and Centennial College, the Scarborough campus offers standard Arts & Science programming as well as joint programs with Centennial College and a wide variety of business degrees, each of them with a co-op option. Scarborough’s residence system and student services are of the same high quality as those on the other two campuses. Students who wish to be a part of a world-class research university while living in a ‘smaller is better’ atmosphere can have the best of both worlds at U of T Mississauga or U of T Scarborough. Those who wish to be in the middle of the ‘big smoke’, surrounded by tens of thousands of students, should look closely at the U of T St. George campus.