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Vishal

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The Work Study program helps almost 3,000 students a year find part-time employment at the university.

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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 

Cindi Morshead (centre) and graduate students Rebecca Ruddy (left) and Kelsey Adams

A diabetes drug promotes brain repair – but only in females, U of T study shows

Males are straightforward while females are complicated. This misguided view prompted a decades-long exclusion of female animals from research out of fear that their fluctuating hormone levels will muddle the data. 

But now a new study by researchers at the University of Toronto shows that a female sex hormone plays a key role in promoting brain repair and opens the door to the development of more effective treatments.

U of T ranked first in Canada, among world’s top 20 universities by Times Higher Education

The University of Toronto has jumped three spots in the prestigious Times Higher Education ranking of the world’s universities, placing it firmly among the world’s top 20 institutions.

Aeroflux demonstrates their magnetic braking system for airplanes

From aircraft brakes to brain disorder diagnoses: Meet the winners of U of T's Demo Day startup competition

 

When it comes time to launch their careers, some University of Toronto students may be stepping into jobs they created themselves.

Four promising startups shared a total of $42,500 in seed funding at the seventh annual Demo Day, hosted by the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering’s Entrepreneurship Hatchery – one of several startup hubs on campus. The student-generated innovations range from contactless aircraft braking technology to tools that will help nurture the next generation of e-sports superstars.