The University of Toronto has once again been rated one of the top 25 universities in the world and first in Canada in the distinguished Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU), produced annually

University of Toronto one of top 25 universities in the world – again

Stellar, cutting-edge research output and impact have placed the University of Toronto 10th among public universities in the world and 21st overall in the U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings of best global universities. 

U of T named best global university in Canada, top 10 public university in world by U.S. News & World Report

The University of Toronto has been ranked among the world’s top 20 post-secondary education institutions for the second consecutive year by Times Higher Education.

U of T first in Canada, among top 10 public universities globally in Times Higher Education rankings

The University of Toronto has once again nabbed fourth place in the 2017 National Taiwan University (NTU) Ranking – following Harvard, Johns Hopkins and Stanford un

U of T is world’s top public university, fourth overall: National Taiwan University Ranking

The University of Toronto has been ranked 18th in the world for the third straight year in the prestigious Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

U of T ranked 18th in the world – and 2nd among North American public universities – by Times Higher Education

The University of Toronto is one of the top three schools in the world outside the United States – behind only the University of Cambridge and University of Oxford – in one of the latest releases of the 2011 rankings season.

Newsweek names U of T one of top three schools outside U.S.

The University of Toronto is one of only seven universities in the world to rank in the top 30 in all 11 subjects considered by the latest Times Higher Education subject rankings.

U of T among seven universities globally to rank in the top 30 of 11 subjects by Times Higher Education

The University of Toronto is first in Canada and one of the top 25 universities in the world, according to the prestigious Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings.

U of T first in Canada in global reputation rankings

The University of Toronto jumped to fourth place in the world – and first in Canada – in the latest international rankings on scientific performance.

University of Toronto first in Canada, fourth in world in latest rankings

The University of Toronto has moved up one spot, to 21st place, in the latest edition of the influential Times Higher Education rankings of the w

U of T rises one spot to place 21st in Times Higher Education rankings of world's best universities

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The University of Toronto has once again been rated one of the top 25 universities in the world and first in Canada in the distinguished Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU), produced annually

Stellar, cutting-edge research output and impact have placed the University of Toronto 10th among public universities in the world and 21st overall in the U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings of best global universities. 

The University of Toronto has been ranked among the world’s top 20 post-secondary education institutions for the second consecutive year by Times Higher Education.

The University of Toronto has once again nabbed fourth place in the 2017 National Taiwan University (NTU) Ranking – following Harvard, Johns Hopkins and Stanford un

The University of Toronto has been ranked 18th in the world for the third straight year in the prestigious Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

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Innovative research rewarded

January 10, 2012

Research excellence in projects as varied as plastic solar cells, “extreme” astronomical devices to detect earth-like planets outside our solar system and the potential of music to promote healing has been recognized by the University of T

Breaking Research Research, Our Faculty & Staff, Music, Medicine, Engineering, Dentistry, Awards, Faculty of Arts & Science

Singing for an unsung Canadian political icon

January 10, 2012

Celtic Studies and history professor David Wilson’s recent book tour in support of his two-volume biography of Irish-Canadian politician Thomas D’Arcy McGee was far from the

Features

Do hand sanitizers really work?

January 10, 2012

Everywhere you turn of late, it seems you’re confronted with a bottle of alcohol-based hand sanitizer. We asked Professor James Scott whether these formulations work—and if so, how?

Health, Medicine, Student Life, Top Stories

Preserving U of T's scientific heritage

January 9, 2012

This glass bottle, known as a Crookes tube, is actually a distant ancestor of the television.

Breaking Research Features, Student Life, Research, Medicine

Remembering Josef Skvorecky

January 4, 2012

Celebrated writer and former U of T English and film professor Josef Skvorecky, who used a fictionalized Erindale College (now U of T Mississauga) setting in one of his most famous novels, died Jan. 3.

Our Faculty & Staff, English

Do minor injuries make for fuzzy minds?

January 4, 2012

When hockey players are knocked out on the ice, medical personnel often look to computerized cognition tests to determine when concussed athletes can return to play.

Breaking Research Concussion, Medicine, Physical Education, Research, Student Life, Top Stories

Order of Canada honours U of T faculty, alumni

January 3, 2012

Three University of Toronto faculty members, nine alumni and two additional U of T benefactors have been honoured with  year-end Order of Canada appointments.

Top Stories, Woodsworth College, Victoria College, University College, Trinity College, St. Michael's College, Medicine, Law, Engineering, Awards, Alumni

Germanic Languages and Literatures

January 2, 2012

Four University of Toronto projects have the golden touch and six others are worthy of acclaim, say judges in the Accolades Awards competition sponsored by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), District II.

Our Faculty & Staff, Awards, Alumni

Ovarian cancer study proves drug delays disease progression

January 2, 2012

Treating ovarian cancer with the drug bevacizumab (“Avastin”) delays the disease and may also improve survival, according to an international clinical trial co-led by Drs.

Breaking Research Top Stories, Research, Medicine, Health, Cancer

Pre-surgery exam rates vary widely among hospitals

December 20, 2011

Hospitals vary greatly in the number of patients who see an internal medicine specialist before major non-cardiac surgery, with rates ranging from five per cent of patients to 90 per cent, new research from the University of Toronto

Breaking Research Research, Medicine, Health, Top Stories

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