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Current Students

Enrich your experience while you're at U of T! We are here to help you succeed and pursue opportunities that interest you. Connect with other students, navigate your academic pursuits, work on cool projects, start a club, and balance your studies with your social life.

"It’s like you sit in a classroom with a research paper and the person who wrote the paper is the professor in front of you. That kind of experience you don’t get at many universities.”

Vishal
International student (Dubai)

Vishal

International experiences

Be part of U of T’s global footprint! Whether you’re an international student or want to participate in an exchange, we have a range of amazing opportunities available to you.

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.

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Student News at U of T 

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U of T graduate students explore new wards for Urban Policy Lab program to help Toronto voters

Transit problems. Traffic congestion. Lack of affordable housing. They are three of the leading issues on the minds of Torontonians as they get ready to cast their votes in Monday's municipal election.

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U of T expert on cannabis pardons – and how racialized Canadians are disproportionately affected by drug laws

On Wednesday, the day that cannabis became legal in Canada, the federal government announced that it will bring in legislation to allow Canadians with criminal convictions for small amounts of marijuana apply for pardons.

It's an issue that Akwasi Owusu-Bempah, an assistant professor of sociology at the University of Toronto Mississauga, has been at the centre of as the director of research for the Campaign for Cannabis Amnesty, a non-profit advocacy organization.

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President Gertler on how U of T can prepare students for the 'fourth industrial revolution'

In an era where artificial intelligence and automation are becoming commonplace, “how can we educate our students to be ready for the disruptive changes brought by the fourth industrial revolution,” asks University of Toronto President Meric Gertler in an interview with the Korea Herald.