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Professional paid internships

Did you know that engineering students can participate in the Professional Experience Year internship program? You get a full-time engineering job for 12 to 16 months, partway through your undergraduate degree.

Research Opportunities Program

An experience at Canada's leading research university wouldn't be complete without some research experience. Beginning in second year, undergraduate students can work on research projects with U of T professors, for course credit.

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Student News at U of T 

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Free museum passes for U of T students

For the second year in a row, U of T students 18 and older can visit select museums and cultural institutions for free, thanks to a U of T Libraries partnership with the Toronto Public Libraries (TPL).

But students should hurry – supplies are limited.

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Canada becoming more attractive to students from Hong Kong, Gertler tells South China Morning Post

International students, including many from Hong Kong, are coming to the University of Toronto in greater numbers in the wake of Brexit and the election of U.S. President Donald Trump, says U of T President Meric Gertler.

The increase is also due to U of T’s rank as one of the top public universities in the world, he tells the South China Morning Post, Hong Kong's English-language newspaper.

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Hart House's Human Library challenges visitors to not judge a book by its cover

People with questions about community -- what it means to be part of one, or excluded from one – had an opportunity this week to hear a diverse range of perspectives at a "Human Library" at the University of Toronto.

The sixth annual event held by Hart House included 14 “books” – or "human stories," as event organizers prefer to call them – for 20-minute conversations with the public.