Place for liberal arts
The University of Toronto was established in 1827 and is the leading research intensive university in Canada. It has around 70,000 students, 3,000 faculty and over 300 undergraduate programm-es. The university includes three campuses — St George Campus has around 26,000 full-time undergraduate students, over 12,000 graduate students and 7,000 students in professional programmes; University of Toronto Mississauga offers undergraduate and graduate programmes in arts, science, business, education and medicine; and University of Tor-onto Scarborough provides undergraduate and graduate studies and the University’s only co-op educati-onal programmes. Students have options in humanities, social sciences, management, and over 80 co-op options in arts, sciences and business.
There’s life outside the classroom and the lab. An abundance of sports, theatre, music, academic conferences and student groups contribute to a vibrant campus life.
The University of Toronto, its colleges and faculties award approximately 1,500 admission scholarships and approximately 2,500 in-course scholarships each year.
Work opportunities are available to international students. Students registered in co-op programs at U of T Scarborough or Professional Experience Year programmes have the opportunity for paid work placement as part of their academic programme.
The University of Toronto offers a wide variety of housing and housing services ranging from campus residences, including their own Graduate House, to off-campus shared and private accommodation.