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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.

“I feel as if I have a community, but just a few steps outside and I’m in the heart of the city. You certainly don’t feel like you’re alone, you feel like you’re a part of a living system.”

B.Sc. 2014, MSc candidate, Neuropharmacology/psychopharmacology


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.

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 


'An amazing experience': U of T Engineering students explore careers through PEY Co-op program

Noah Guerin wanted a taste of the career he could have after graduation – one that would allow the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering student to delve deeper into the power and control systems he had been studying in his electrical engineering classes. 


'A team sport': Hayley Wickenheiser on why she pursued a career in emergency medicine

After a storied hockey career that included being inducted to the Hockey Hall of Fame, Hayley Wickenheiser is now pursuing another childhood dream: becoming a doctor. 

She traces her interest in the medical field to her youth, when one of her friends was badly injured after being hit by a truck.


U of T grad student tracks 70 years of snow and ice data in the High Arctic

Brianna Lane, a second-year master’s student studying physical geography at the University of Toronto Mississauga, is developing an accessible method for snow and ice data quantification using ground-based trail cameras in the Central Canadian High Arctic – making vital research underway easier for experts to assess.