Fees & costs

35 лучших университетов и колледжей Канады 2021

1 University of Toronto
2 McGill University
3 University of British Columbia
4 University of Alberta
5 Simon Fraser University
6 Montreal University
7 University of Windsor
8 York University
9 University of Guelph
10 McMaster University
11 University of Manitoba
12 University of Waterloo
13 Royal Roads University
14 Vancouver Film School
15 Kwantlen Polytechnic University
16 University of Calgary
17 Dalhousie University
18 Fanshawe College
19 University of Ottawa
20 Laval University
21 Sheridan College
22 University of Regina
23 Brock University
24 Thompson Rivers University
25 Humber College
26 Vancouver Island University
27    Mohawk College
28 Centennial College Toronto
29 Niagara College
30 Capilano University
31 Seneca College
32 Algoma University
33 Saint Clair College
34 Douglas College
35 LaSalle College

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Take advantage of the nearly endless opportunities at the University of Toronto to explore your passions and reach your potential. You can customize your degree to match your academic interests. Explore the First Year Foundations: The One Programs and other unique learning opportunities. Connect your education to your career aspirations and discover boundless ways to collaborate across communities and get involved in global partnerships. Get involved in research by working alongside world-renowned faculty in hundreds of different disciplines, and through a multitude of internship opportunities, field courses, independent study credits, and so much more.

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Годичный курс в области гостеприимства и туристического менеджмента позволит сформировать навыки, необходимые для успешного начала, продолжения карьеры. Обучение фокусируется на современных разработках в индустрии гостеприимства, позволяя:

  • Развивать профессиональные компетенции – эффективные навыки общения, умения качественного обслуживания клиентов, лидерские качества, умений работать в команде.
  • Получить опыт практической работы, непосредственно связанной с академическими и карьерными целями студентов
  • Стать эффективным менеджером индустрии гостеприимства, туризма благодаря пониманию принципов, процедур работы отрасли, включая операции на стойке регистрации, ведение домашнего хозяйства, производство продуктов питания и напитков.

Когда подаваться — рекомендации по срокам подачи

Языковые курсы, школы и детские языковые лагеря Начальное и среднее образование — частные школы Программы подготовки к поступлению в университеты — высшее образование Высшее образование (после окончания школы за рубежом по аккредитованным программам A-level, IB, High School) — Бакалавр, Магистратура, MBA
— рекомендуемая подача за 6-9 месяцев до начала курса (некоторые лагеря и школы предлагают скидки за раннее бронирование или за длительные программы обучения)- существуют сверх популярные и востребованные детские лагеря, где подача идет за год (в частности Швейцария, Великобритания, США, Канада, Австрия) — рекомендуемая подача за год до начала учебной программы, — некоторые школы имеют определенные временные рамки подачи (сентябрь-ноябрь — уточняйте дополнительно) — некоторые школы требуют пройти тесты в несколько этапов (UKISET, внутренние тесты школы: английский, математика, логика, предметы, собеседование, некоторые при личном визите) — рекомендуемая подача за год до начала учебной программы,- для программ Foundation и Pathway, как правило, требуются сертификаты IELTS и TOEFL соответственно — рекомендуемая подача за год до начала учебной программы,- сроки подачи закрываются в январе у ТОПовых вузов и, как правило, в марте в остальных университетах- для бакалавра требуется прохождение подготовительных программ Foundation или Pathway или же оконченная школа по системе A-level, IB, High School + IELTS/TOEFL- для магистра требуется оконченное высшее, в некоторых случаях нужна программа pre-Masters- для MBA требуется оконченное высшее, опыт работы желательно от 2-3 лет и пр документы

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Freedom of Information and Privacy Act

The University of Toronto respects your privacy.

Personal information that you provide to the University is collected pursuant to section 2(14) of the University of Toronto Act, 1971.  It is collected for the purpose of administering admissions, registration, academic programs, university-related student activities, activities of student societies, safety, financial assistance and awards, graduation and university advancement, and reporting to government.  At all times it will be protected in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. If you have questions, please refer to www.utoronto.ca/privacy or contact the University Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Coordinator at McMurrich Building, room 104, 12 Queen’s Park Crescent West, Toronto, ON, M5S 1A8.

In addition, the Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities has asked that we notify you of the following: The University of Toronto is required to disclose personal information such as Ontario Education Numbers, student characteristics and educational outcomes to the Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities under s. 15 of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities Act, R.S.O. 1990, Chapter M.19, as amended. The ministry collects this data for purposes such as planning, allocating and administering public funding to colleges, universities and other post-secondary educational and training institutions and to conduct research and analysis, including longitudinal studies, and statistical activities conducted by or on behalf of the ministry for purposes that relate to post-secondary education and training. Further information on how the Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities uses this personal information is available on the ministry’s website.

FAQ

Your university fees consist of tuition, incidental and ancillary fees, and are based on several factors. In addition, you’ll want to consider other costs such as books, supplies, residence, transportation, food and other expenses.

If you are a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, there are many sources of financial aid available to help you cover the costs of your University of Toronto education – from OSAP and other government aid, to assistance provided by the University. Explore your options.

If you are an international applicant, you should find out about your home country’s financial aid programs to see if you qualify for assistance. The University of Toronto is a publicly-funded institution and because of that cannot offer financial aid to international students. Find out more about scholarships & awards for international students here.

The University of Toronto is a publicly-funded institution and because of that cannot offer financial aid to international students. If you are an international applicant, you should find out about your home country’s financial aid programs to see if you qualify for assistance.

Apply online at https://www.ontario.ca/osap

Submit your OSAP application, then print and sign the consents and declaration pages – and any other required supporting documentation – and upload to your account on the OSAP website. If you are unable to upload your documents, you can submit by mail or in person to Enrolment Services, but this may lead to slower processing times.

Follow the instructions provided to complete your online Master Student Financial Assistance Agreement (MSFAA) with the National Student Loan Service Centre.

If you are a returning applicant you may not need to submit any documentation.

Find more details on our OSAP FAQ list.

Eligible high school students are automatically considered for a variety of admission scholarships when they apply to the University. There are also admissions scholarships that require a separate application, and others that require you to complete an awards profile.

Note, however, that the value of scholarships is rarely sufficient to cover all costs the student will incur while attending University of Toronto.

Find out more about Scholarships here.

If you have any questions, get in touch:

Enrolment Services
University of Toronto
172 St. George Street
Toronto, Ontario
M5R 0A3

Location (the office is currently closed for in-person inquiries due to COVID-19):

We are located on the west side of St. George Street, just north of the intersection of St. George Street and Bloor Street West. The closest subway stop is St. George Station.

Drop-in hours (the office is currently closed for in-person inquiries due to COVID-19):

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday: 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Telephone Inquiries:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday: 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Telephone: 416-978-2190

Fax: 416-978-7022

  • Admission questions
  • Questions about Financial aid, including OSAP, UTAPS, and Part-Time Financial Assistance: osap.staff@utoronto.ca
  • Financial Aid for Canadian provinces outside Ontario, including submission of required documents for out of province financial aid: can.oop.financialaid@utoronto.ca
  • Financial Aid for United States Citizens, including US Federal Student Aid loan opportunities, private loans (non-government), Veteran Affairs certification requests for benefits & education tax credits: usa.financialaid@utoronto.ca
  • Awards/Scholarship questions

Топовые вузы Торонто: цены и особенности программ для русских студентов, школьников и иностранцев

  • Для тех, кто ищет институт для получения технического образования, прекрасно подойдет Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning (5-е место в списке), который на сегодняшний день предлагает большой перечень разнообразных программ и курсов, охватывающих наиболее актуальные специализации. Студентов, приехавших из-за рубежа, будут ждать вспомогательные курсы английского языка, учеба в летнем языковом лагере и курс “Английский как иностранный”. Согласно статистическим данным, 90% студентов в течение полугода находят себе работу. Стоимость обучения составит от 15240$CAD.
  • Слоган ведущего университета Seneca College Toronto (Сенека College) — “Образование для реальной жизни”. Благодаря передовым программам обучения высшее образование здесь дает самые необходимые знания и навыки для работы в современных крупных международных компаниях. Это престижное заведение стабильно входит в ТОП-90 университетов Канады. Стоимость обучения составит от 17000$CAD в год.
  • Centennial Сollege Toronto считается самым многонациональным вузом страны: здесь учатся студенты из 100 стран, которые составляют более четверти основного потока очной формы обучения. Университет завоевал репутацию одного из самых инновационных в Канаде: программы вуза максимально направлены на практику, а лекции часто проводятся не постоянными, а приглашенными преподавателями, специалистами из разных областей. Стоимость обучения составит от 14805$CAD в год.

FAQ

Find Important Application dates here.

Find out which application you should use, depending on whether you’re a current Ontario high school student, an applicant from another Canadian province or territory, an international applicant, or in another circumstance. Find out more here.

Find out about U of T’s English Language Requirements and proof of English facility here.

If you have completed college or university studies, AP, IB, GCE, CAPE, or French Bacc. examinations you may be eligible for transfer credit at the University of Toronto. Transfer credits are assessed after admission.

Find out more about transfer credit at U of T.

All changes to your application should be made before the application deadline.

If you have applied on a 101 or 105 application and wish to make changes to your initial application, you must do this by logging in to the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre website (www.ouac.on.ca).

All other applicants (International/Internal/Part-Time/Non-Degree) should log onto Join U of T, click on Check Status, and follow the instructions for making changes to your application.

The University of Toronto will be closed for its annual winter break from December 23 until January 3. The admissions process will be on hold and no decisions will be released while the university is closed. Be assured that you will be able to proceed with all of the remaining next steps when the university reopens on January 4th. Wishing you a safe and happy holiday season!

Telephone: 416-978-2190
Telephone inquiries are answered on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and on Tuesday from 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.Please note that for the months of July and August our summer phone hours will be until 4:00 p.m. Regular phone hours will resume in September.Where follow up appointments are necessary these will be held by phone.

Admissions: apply.adm.utoronto.ca/register/questions
Ask a Student: apply.adm.utoronto.ca/register/askastudent

Financial aid, including OSAP, UTAPS, and Part-Time Financial Assistance: osap.staff@utoronto.ca
Financial Aid including Canadian provinces outside Ontario, including submission of required documents for out of province financial aid: can.oop.financialaid@utoronto.ca
Financial Aid for United States Citizens, including US Federal Student Aid loan opportunities, private loans (non-government), Veteran Affairs certification requests for benefits & education tax credits: usa.financialaid@utoronto.ca

Your feedback is important to us. Please take a couple of minutes to let us know how we did by completing our Enrolment Services Satisfaction Survey

If you are unable to begin your degree studies this fall, you may request a one-year deferral of your offer of admission. Deferrals are not guaranteed and will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Deferral requests that are approved will include deferral of eligible entrance scholarship(s) awarded – check the terms of your award for conditions & eligibility – and the residence guarantee, if applicable. Ensure you have satisfied the conditions of your offer and paid the admission deposit (if required). Deferral applications will be available in July 2020. Please note that offers to non-degree studies and the International Foundations Program are not eligible for deferral.

You will receive an acknowledgment from U of T, with login instructions for our applicant website, about two weeks after you submit your application.

COVID-19 and Admissions

We understand this is a stressful time for students preparing for post-secondary studies. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect both high school and post-secondary students around the world, and there is uncertainty about the extent of disruption we will all face before normal activities can resume. We will continue to monitor the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the school year and will be as flexible as possible throughout the admission process. Read more about the University of Toronto’s response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Get ready to apply by choosing your program — or programs — and making sure you meet our admission requirements. Refer to Admissions Requirements for complete information about admission requirements for your intended program of study. In addition to meeting general university admission requirements, you may need to present specific subject prerequisites, or submit a personal profile or statement of interest. Application deadlines vary by program area. Find details about all application deadlines here.

  • Application Deadlines

CREATE …PRODUCE

We create new music through programs in Composition, Jazz, Film/Media and Large Ensembles. We create new music through our composer-in-residence programs, our Electronic Music Studio and our GamUT Contemporary Ensemble. And we celebrate new music annually through our New Music Festival with its Distinguished Visitor and our Karen Kieser Composition Prize.

We produce new music through our Opera and Early Music programs. New stagings of classic and contemporary operas that train professional singers, instrumentalists, stage directors, repetiteurs, and coaches. And we celebrate annually with a new fully staged, orchestrated opera on an original libretto through UofT Opera and our Opera Student Composer Collective. 

Meet some of our featured startups

Run by brother-sister team, this U of T startup is leading Big Pharma out of the darkIt was a little over two years ago when Saara Punjani and her brother, Ali Punjani, made their first sale to a multinational drug company from a “random meeting room” at the University of Toronto’s Bahen Centre.
A deal with the Raptors: U of T dance-tech startup builds industry credFrom centre court at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena, the future looks bright for Axel Villamil and StageKeep, his dance choreography startup.
U of T startup raises $3.25 million to eliminate prescription opioids after surgeryA U of T startup has raised $3.25 million to develop a gel-based drug delivery system that could eliminate the need to give patients powerful painkillers following surgery – a key source of the current opioid crisis.
The content ‘factory’: How U of T alumnus Allen Lau is disrupting the way books, movies and TV shows are madeWhen Allen Lau and Ivan Yuen founded Wattpad back in 2006, the two U of T alumni were focused on building an e-reader app for the Motorola Razr flip phone and its competitors.
How to wash your hands: U of T startup aims to solve major health-care problemWhen Luke Kyne and his classmates Marawan Gamal, Parham Chinikar and Michael Wu learned Canada has the highest rate of health care acquired infections (HAIs) of any developed country, they were inspired to reduce it.
Co-founder of Atomwise returns to U of T to speak about starting his AI-powered drug discovery businessU of T alumnus Abraham Heifets has spent the past seven years channeling his love of science and a desire to impact the world into Atomwise, a company that is applying the latest advances in neural networks to make better drugs faster.
A place for space? U of T startup builds out a global satellite network – from downtown TorontoLocated above a strip of Spadina Avenue populated by nail salons, currency exchange vendors and a leather supply store, the fourth-floor office of Kepler Communications looks like that of any other tech startup.
‘This is what I wanted to do’: Happy Pops founder on the challenges of being a young, female entrepreneurSix months after landing a deal on Dragons’ Den, Leila Keshavjee’s Happy Pops startup – forged with the help of the University of Toronto’s entrepreneurship network – is poised to move into more grocers’ freezers across the country.

ФАКУЛЬТЕТЫ УНИВЕРСИТЕТА ТОРОНТО

  • Факультет Прикладных и Инженерных Наук (Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering)
  • Факультет Джона Г. Дэниэлса Аритектуры, Ландшафта и Дизайна (John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design)
  • Факультет Гуманитарных, Естественных и Точных Наук, Антропология и Археология (Faculty of Arts and Science)
  • Медицинский факультет (Faculty of Medicine)
  • Медицинский факультет, Стоматология (Faculty of Dentistry)
  • Педагогический Факультет (Studies in Education)
  • Факультет Лесничества (Faculty of Forestry)
  • Факультет Информационных технологий (Faculty of Information)
  • Юридический факультет (Faculty of Law)
  • Музыкальный факультет (Faculty of Music)
  • Фармацевтический факультет (Faculty of Pharmacy)
  • Физкультурный факультет (Faculty of Physical Education and Health)
  • Факультет социальной работы (Faculty of Social Work)
  • Театральный факультет (Faculty of Theatre and Drama Studies)

Факультет гуманитарных и технических наук – это 25 500 студентов университета и 3 500 студентов магистратуры, что составляет более половины основного кампуса Университета Торонто. На факультете 800 ученых с мировым именем, которые преподают 2000 курсов на 300 программах высшего образования и 70 программах магистратуры.

Программы высшего образования включают в себя программы по архитектуре, коммерции и финансам, компьютерным дисциплинам, экономике, международным отношениям, математике, физике и многим другим.

Факультет прикладных наук и инженерии – самое большое учебное заведение, в котором преподают инженерное дело, в Канаде, он также считается одним из лучших в Северной Америке.

Безупречная репутация и качество программ высшего образования факультета привлекает лучших студентов со всей Канады и мира. Выпускники факультета создали, построили и управляют ведущими компаниями Канады и мира.

Required Documents

After you have applied for admission, visit join.utoronto.ca often to find complete information about the documents required to complete your application.

You must submit full documentation (transcripts) for all secondary and post-secondary studies attempted.  Depending on your academic background and/or the program(s) to which you have applied, you may also be required to submit the online ‘self-reported grades’ form, proof of English language proficiency, standardized test results, or other supplemental information. Notarized translations of any documents issued in a language other than English or French are also required.

Documents received by Enrolment Services become the property of the University and will not be returned or forwarded to other institutions. We do not retain documents from previous applications.  Do not submit any irreplaceable documents to Enrolment Services.

Ontario High School (currently enrolled full-time)

Your school will send Grade 11 and 12 results through the OUAC. All grades MUST be submitted via the OUAC; unsolicited Ontario transcripts/report cards will not be reviewed.

Ontario High School (not currently enrolled or enrolled part-time)

After you have applied, upload your transcripts and self-report your grades through join.utoronto.ca or the Engineering Applicant Portal.

Quebec CEGEP

Provide your Permanent Code on your OUAC  application, allowing U of T to obtain your transcripts electronically from the OUAC.

Canadian High Schools Outside of Ontario and Quebec

After you have applied, upload your transcripts and complete the self-reported form through join.utoronto.ca or the Engineering Applicant Portal.

U.S. High School

After you have applied, submit transcripts electronically via Parchment/Naviance. Where electronic transfer of documents is not possible, upload your transcripts.  Complete the self-reported form through join.utoronto.ca or the Engineering Applicant Portal. Test scores (SAT/ACT/AP) must be sent electronically.

International Baccalaureate

After you have applied, upload your transcripts and complete the self-reported form through join.utoronto.ca or the Engineering Applicant Portal. Final IB results must be sent electronically by the IBO.

GCE (British-Patterned Education)

After you have applied, upload your transcripts and complete the self-reported form through join.utoronto.ca or the Engineering Applicant Portal. Final IGCSE/GCSE/O level and AS/A Level results must be issued by the appropriate exam board.

High Schools Outside of Canada and the U.S.

After you have applied, upload your transcripts and complete the self-reported form (if requested) through join.utoronto.ca or the Engineering Applicant Portal. If you are attending an international school that offers multiple curricula you must ask your school to specify the type of program in which you are enrolled and ensure that appropriate documents are submitted.  Check join.utoronto.ca or the Engineering Applicant Portal for a list of documents required to complete your application.

U.S. Universities and Colleges

Submit transcripts electronically via Parchment/Naviance. Go to Parchment (http://exchange.parchment.com/sign-up/), register for a student account and have your transcripts sent electronically to Enrolment Services. Where electronic transfer of documents is not possible, upload your transcripts through join.utoronto.ca or the Engineering Applicant Portal.

Universities and Colleges Outside of Canada and U.S.

Submit your transcripts electronically via Parchment/Naviance. Where electronic transfer of documents is not possible, upload your transcripts through join.utoronto.ca or the Engineering Applicant Portal. Check join.utoronto.ca or the Engineering Applicant Portal for a list of documents required to complete your application.

Details About Applying to U of T

We encourage you to apply well in advance of the posted deadlines.  Spaces fill quickly and programs may close before the application deadlines listed  (See Important Application Dates).

Your eligibility for admission will be considered once your complete academic record and any additional information requested by the division to which you have applied have been received.  You must submit full documentation for all secondary and post-secondary studies you have attempted.  Be sure to submit all required documents in advance of the published supporting document deadlines. 

In considering students for admission and scholarships, the University reserves the right to give preference to students whose grades represent their first attempt.

University policies on access to student records and personal privacy allow us to communicate only with the applicant unless we have the written permission of the applicant to discuss the application with a third party.

We reserve the right to require recent, government-issued photo identification for verification purposes. 

The University of Toronto does not interact with agencies (educational “agents”) in order to recruit students to undergraduate programs. 

FAQ

Find Important Application dates here.

Find out which application you should use, depending on whether you’re a current Ontario high school student, an applicant from another Canadian province or territory, an international applicant, or in another circumstance. Find out more here.

Find out about U of T’s English Language Requirements and proof of English facility here.

If you have completed college or university studies, AP, IB, GCE, CAPE, or French Bacc. examinations you may be eligible for transfer credit at the University of Toronto. Transfer credits are assessed after admission.

Find out more about transfer credit at U of T.

All changes to your application should be made before the application deadline.

If you have applied on a 101 or 105 application and wish to make changes to your initial application, you must do this by logging in to the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre website (www.ouac.on.ca).

All other applicants (International/Internal/Part-Time/Non-Degree) should log onto Join U of T, click on Check Status, and follow the instructions for making changes to your application.

The University of Toronto will be closed for its annual winter break from December 23 until January 3. The admissions process will be on hold and no decisions will be released while the university is closed. Be assured that you will be able to proceed with all of the remaining next steps when the university reopens on January 4th. Wishing you a safe and happy holiday season!

Telephone: 416-978-2190
Telephone inquiries are answered on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and on Tuesday from 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.Please note that for the months of July and August our summer phone hours will be until 4:00 p.m. Regular phone hours will resume in September.Where follow up appointments are necessary these will be held by phone.

Admissions: apply.adm.utoronto.ca/register/questions
Ask a Student: apply.adm.utoronto.ca/register/askastudent

Financial aid, including OSAP, UTAPS, and Part-Time Financial Assistance: osap.staff@utoronto.ca
Financial Aid including Canadian provinces outside Ontario, including submission of required documents for out of province financial aid: can.oop.financialaid@utoronto.ca
Financial Aid for United States Citizens, including US Federal Student Aid loan opportunities, private loans (non-government), Veteran Affairs certification requests for benefits & education tax credits: usa.financialaid@utoronto.ca

Your feedback is important to us. Please take a couple of minutes to let us know how we did by completing our Enrolment Services Satisfaction Survey

If you are unable to begin your degree studies this fall, you may request a one-year deferral of your offer of admission. Deferrals are not guaranteed and will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Deferral requests that are approved will include deferral of eligible entrance scholarship(s) awarded – check the terms of your award for conditions & eligibility – and the residence guarantee, if applicable. Ensure you have satisfied the conditions of your offer and paid the admission deposit (if required). Deferral applications will be available in July 2020. Please note that offers to non-degree studies and the International Foundations Program are not eligible for deferral.

You will receive an acknowledgment from U of T, with login instructions for our applicant website, about two weeks after you submit your application.

FAQ

Find Important Application dates here.

Find out about academic requirements for applicants from outside Canada here.

Find out which application you should use, depending on whether you’re a current Ontario high school student, an applicant from another Canadian province or territory, an international applicant, or in another circumstance. Find out more here.

Find out about U of T’s English Language Requirements and proof of English facility here.

If you have completed college or university studies, AP, IB, GCE, CAPE, or French Baccalaureate examinations you may be eligible for transfer credit at the University of Toronto. Transfer credits are assessed after admission.

Find out more about transfer credit at U of T.

All changes to your application should be made before the application deadline.

If you have applied on a 101 or 105 application and wish to make changes to your initial application, you must do this by logging in to the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre website (www.ouac.on.ca).

All other applicants (International/Internal/Part-Time/Non-Degree) should log onto Join U of T, click on Check Status, and follow the instructions for making changes to your application.

Please note that Enrolment Services is currently closed to in-person enquiries due to COVID-19.

If you have any questions, get in touch:

Telephone Inquiries:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday: 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Telephone: 416-978-2190

Fax: 416-978-7022

Mailing Address:

Enrolment Services
University of Toronto
172 St. George Street
Toronto, Ontario
M5R 0A3

Contact the following for assistance:

Admission questions
Financial aid, including OSAP, UTAPS, and Part-Time Financial Assistance: osap.staff@utoronto.ca
Financial Aid including Canadian provinces outside Ontario, including submission of required documents for out of province financial aid: can.oop.financialaid@utoronto.ca
Financial Aid for United States Citizens, including US Federal Student Aid loan opportunities, private loans (non-government), Veteran Affairs certification requests for benefits & education tax credits: usa.financialaid@utoronto.ca

If you decide to put your studies on hold, you may request a one-year deferral of your offer of admission. If granted, the deferral of admission will include a deferral of any entrance scholarship(s) awarded and the residence guarantee if applicable. Applicants who plan to attend another post-secondary institution will not be permitted to defer their admission. You’ll find instructions and the application form  .

You will receive an acknowledgment from U of T, with login instructions for our applicant website, about two weeks after you submit your application.

Additional Details

We accept only official test scores sent directly to Enrolment Services by the testing agency. We recommend that you request that your result be sent to us as soon as it is available. Note that you will not be penalized for an unacceptable result if we receive an acceptable result by the deadline.

Your results need to be sent to us as soon as possible and no later than your deadline for submitting supporting documentation – .

Be sure that you register for a test using the same first (given), surname (last/family name), date of birth, and gender as on your application for admission. We cannot match your results to your application if this information differs.

For verification purposes, the University reserves the right to share English facility test results sent in support of your application for admission with other English facility test provider(s) who have submitted results to Enrolment Services on your behalf.   We also reserve the right to require recent, government-issued photo identification for verification purposes.

You may qualify for an exemption if you have studied in English (for at least four years) in any of the following countries/territories: Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Botswana, British Virgin Islands, Cameroon, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Falkland Islands, Fiji, Gambia, Ghana, Gibraltar, Grenada, Guam, Guyana, Ireland, Jamaica, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Malawi, Malta, Mauritius, Montserrat, Namibia, New Zealand, Nigeria, Papua New Guinea, St. Helena, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Scotland, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Solomon Islands, South Africa, eSwatini (Swaziland), Tanzania, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, Uganda, United Kingdom (England, Northern Ireland, Wales), United States of America, Vanuatu, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Please note that this list is for information only. Your eligibility for an exemption will be determined after you have submitted your application for admission and relevant supporting documents (i.e:  transcripts).

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