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Future Students

The University of Toronto is a global leader in research and teaching. We provide diverse and extensive areas of study organized around intimate learning communities. That is what creates an exceptional learning environment for our students. Customize your education at U of T and join a network of over 560,000 accomplished alumni around the world.

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First Year Foundations

Looking for an exceptional first-year program? Jump in and stimulate your brain with The One programs designed for smaller group learning experiences.

“Toronto is its own kind of urban laboratory – it’s incredibly diverse – and so using those skills you are learning in school and then applying them in practice was a superbly valuable experience.”

city planner, urban studies alumnus



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How to study for exams: Experts give tips to change bad habits

For some students, they are the most emotionally charged words in education: exam season. 

It’s a stressful time, whether it’s your first or last round of exams. If you’ve developed poor study habits, or can feel yourself developing them, there are ways to turn things around.   

We spoke to students about their studying habits, then asked University of Toronto experts for their take on preparing for exams.

“I have to start studying right away”

U of T Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education to boost PhD funding, expand graduate programs

The University of Toronto’s Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education will launch a series of initiatives to enhance the graduate student experience. 

The initiatives include an immediate increase in PhD minimum base funding and an expansion of graduate student support programs such as professional skills development and peer-mentorship.

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Your voice matters: Course evaluations help U of T faculty improve teaching

Sarah Cox will never forget sitting in her first-year sociology course at University of Toronto Scarborough, building snowmen out of playdough with her classmates.

There were hundreds of students in the class, taught by Assistant Professor Kathy Liddle, but this fun, creative exercise gave the massive – and potentially intimidating – course a personal touch.


“Coming into U of T with an economics mindset and leaving with a sociology, political science and economics background changed my life. They all tackle global poverty, aid and development, but from very different schools of thought."

Shawn Ahmed

Bachelor of Arts Honours (B.A. Hons.) 2005, Trinity College


The college system

All students within the Faculty of Arts & Science on the downtown Toronto (St. George) campus are affiliated with one of seven colleges. These colleges have deep roots in the history of the University of Toronto; the college system dates back to the earliest days of the university and remains one of its distinctive features. The colleges are a home base for their students and provide the advantages of a closer-knit community experience within a large research university.