University of Toronto


Established in 1827, the University of Toronto is a public university located in Canada. It is the best university in Canada and falls amongst the world’s leading research intensive universities.

·       University of Toronto has 3 campuses. The main campus is in Toronto with the remaining two in Mississauga and Scarborough.

·        It offers more than 700 undergraduate and 200 postgraduate programmes.
·        It has about 20,000 faculty and staff members.

·       The tuition fee for undergraduate students is CAD 26,140 and for graduate students it is CAD 45,200.

·        IELTS and TOEFL are accepted as proof of English proficiency.
The university offers great opportunities to all its students both in terms of studies and placement.

Year of establishment
1827
Type of University
Public
Location
Toronto, Canada ( Main campus)
Number of seats in undergraduate courses
18,038
Number of seats in graduate courses
70,728
Test scores accepted
IELTS and TOEFL
Score required for undergraduate
IELTS: Overall 6.5, with 6 in each module
TOEFL: 100
Score required for graduates
IELTS: 6.5, with 6 in each module
TOEFL: 100
Tuition fee range
CAD 26,140- CAD 45,200
Official website
www.utoronto.ca

University of Toronto rankings

·         The university aims to deliver quality education to the students. The focused and dedicated approach makes it fall among the eminent universities in the world. The university is not only best in Canada but is recognised worldwide with a huge international appeal. It has been ranked 4th by NTU and 22nd by the Times Higher Education 2016.

Here is a list of rankings of the University of Toronto according to some acclaimed global publications of university ranking of 2016.

Times Higher Education Ranking
22
Shanghai Ranking
27
QS World University Ranking
32
US News Best Global Universities
21
NTU Ranking
4

University of Toronto programmes

With around 900 undergraduate and graduate programmes across all three campuses, the university offers a diverse range of options to aspiring students.

Undergraduate programmes

From Accounting to Sociology and Mathematics to Nursing, the University of Toronto offers more than 700 courses. Most of its courses fall under the category of Arts and Science. The university also offers dual specialisation courses which are a combination of Bachelor in science and arts.

Graduate programmes

The number of graduate courses is around 200 and most of the courses are in Science and arts.
The university offers doctorate programmes as well. The doctorate programmes fall under the category of Dental surgery, Music, Juridical science, Education, Pharmacy and Medicine.

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