Founded in 1827, the University of Toronto has evolved into Canada’s leading institution of learning, discovery and knowledge creation. We are proud to be one of the world’s top research-intensive universities, driven to invent and innovate.
Our students have the opportunity to learn from and work with preeminent thought leaders through our multidisciplinary network of teaching and research faculty, alumni and partners.
The ideas, innovations and actions of more than 560,000 graduates continue to have a positive impact on the world.
The University of Toronto is a leader in research and innovation, with significant impact both locally and globally. Our outstanding research scholars are committed to understanding and solving the challenges that face us today - and look forward to what is possible for the future.
The University of Toronto is ranked one of the top 100 employers in Canada and among the top 10 for family friendly policies and staff development. Opportunities exist for people from a wide range of backgrounds, ranging from recent graduates to experienced senior professionals.
The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2019. By rating institutions on a scale from 1 to 5, on multiple studies-related questions, we found the top educators in the world.Learn more about the Global Student Satisfaction Awards
The Division of Student Life brings coherence to complexity and creates opportunities to build skills, foster community and integrate learning. We connect life to learning.
Immerse yourself in university life by living on campus. Each U of T campus has a range of housing options that will help you integrate into a fun, supportive and close-knit community at the University.
Some students opt to live off campus in one of the Greater Toronto Area’s many student-friendly and culturally diverse neighbourhoods. If you decide to find your own housing arrangement, the University’s housing offices can help you navigate the rental market and find the best fit.
The University of Toronto’s extensive library system supports learning, teaching and research at the University of Toronto with unparalleled collections, innovative services, and inspiring spaces. Whether you are a student, alumnus, faculty, visiting scholar, or community member, we are here to support your search for knowledge, when and where you need it.
The University’s information and communication technology (ICT) resources provide a rich array of services to our community. Ensuring the continuing utility and availability of these resources is the responsibility of service providers and consumers.
University of Toronto students have basic health insurance coverage through either Provincial Health Insurance.
With some of the most prestigious architecture and beautiful green space in the Greater Toronto Area and Mississauga, U of T offers an extraordinary environment in which to learn and work. We are situated in one of the world's most vibrant urban environments. Ranked the most diverse city in North America, Toronto and the surrounding Greater Toronto Area are dynamic, inviting areas with something for everyone. From sports teams to cultural happenings, festivals to street fairs, Toronto has it all.
The RAWC, the Recreation, Athletics and Wellness Centre opened in September of 2006. The new facility compliments our existing space and provides much needed additional facilities such as: a 25 metre, 8 lane pool, 12 person hot pool, double gymnasium with seating for 880 spectators, new fitness centre, new studio, indoor running track and a sports medicine clinic.
Clubs are only one of the many kinds of campus organizations you can get involved with at U of T.
It's a good university but very focused on studying. Not much of a social aspect which can get a little depressing when you're just stressed and have nothing to distract you
Good classes and intelligent instructors. Great facilities; quite modern. Very large class sizes; even in third year classes
The challenge is exciting, it requires substantial effort to do well however the outcome always seems to be fair and proportional. Some subjects tend to be difficult for the sake of being difficult and there is little help and assistance for any international students, causing us to feel quite isolated from the welcomed domestic students.