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About University of Toronto

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Year of establishment1827
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Also Known AsU of T
Accepted Exams
Total International Students19187
Size of Campus in acres177
Male/Female Ratio1.2
UG/PG Course Ratio0.2
Endowments ValueCanadian Dollar 2 billion
Scholarships69
No.of Campuses1
Accommodation expenses14030 CAD for 2 sharing (UG),12048 CAD for 2 sharing (PG)
Meal expenses5830 CAD (PG)
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Q:   What are the University of Toronto admission requirements for international students?

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To get admission, the applicants are required to meet Toronto University admission requirements. These admission requirements are given below:

Undergraduate Courses

  • All India Senior School Certificate awarded by CBSE / Indian School Certificate awarded by CISCE. Class 12 State Board exams with excellent results shall also be considered on an individual basis
  • Note that CBSE students who want to study programs that need Calculus for admissions, like Business, Engineering, and Science programs, must present Class 12 Standard Mathematics for admission consideration
  • Class 12 Applied Mathematics (Old and New syllabus) shall not meet the Calculus requirement

Graduate Courses

  • For master’s programs, the applicants must have an appropriate bachelor’s degree, or its equivalent with a final-year average of at least mid-B from a recognised university
  • For doctoral programs, an appropriate master’s degree, or its equivalent, with an average of at least B+ or demonstrated comparable research competence is required. Some departments directly admit students to a doctoral programme from a bachelor’s degree (Minimum average A- required)
  • Also, do refer to country-wise requirements before applying to University of Toronto graduate programs

Read: Eligibility Criteria to Study in Canada 

 

Q:   Is the University of Toronto a good university?

A: 

The University of Toronto is a public research university, founded in 1827, and is Canada’s top university. U of T has been consistently ranked among the top 20 universities in the world by THE. The QS World University Rankings 2024 ranked the University of Toronto #21 in the world, which is a significant improvement of 13 positions from last year’s #34. Meanwhile, the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2023 ranked the University #18 in the world. THE has been consistently ranking the University of Toronto at the #18 position in the world for the last four years. It shows the U of T’s commitment to maintaining higher academic standards and the best teaching methods. The University of Toronto is also one of the world's best research-intensive universities that has produced some of the best minds across different fields.

 

Q:   How is the University of Toronto for International students?

A: 

The University of Toronto is one of the most-sought after universities in the world. Each year tens of thousands of student from Canada and around the world apply for the University of Toronto. In the Fall 2021/22, more than 27,000 international students were enrolled across three campuses of U of T in various courses. The University of Toronto has international students from 170 countries and regions. The top five countries of origins for international students in the University of Toronto are; China, India, the United States, South Korea and Hong Kong. More than 2,000 students from India were enrolled in fall 2021/22 across various courses of the University of Toronto.

 

Q:   Does counseling help with scholarships at University of Toronto?

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The University of Toronto offers a range of scholarships to international students based on academic merit or their financial needs. The counseling services at Shiksha can help the students in getting the available scholarships from the university in the following ways:

  • The counselor will ask the student about the course they are deciding to select from the course catalog. 
  • After the shortlisting of courses is complete, the student can accordingly apply for admission and be automatically considered for merit scholarships or apply separately on the university website. 
  • Based on the student's academic profile, they can avail of scholarships such as the Lester B. Pearson International Scholarship program, International Scholar Awards, and the International Merit Admission Award. 
 

University of Toronto Rankings 2024

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#24
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Q:   Is the University of Toronto a good university?

A: 

The University of Toronto is a public research university, founded in 1827, and is Canada’s top university. U of T has been consistently ranked among the top 20 universities in the world by THE. The QS World University Rankings 2024 ranked the University of Toronto #21 in the world, which is a significant improvement of 13 positions from last year’s #34. Meanwhile, the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2023 ranked the University #18 in the world. THE has been consistently ranking the University of Toronto at the #18 position in the world for the last four years. It shows the U of T’s commitment to maintaining higher academic standards and the best teaching methods.

 

Q:   Is the University of Toronto better than McGill?

A: 

McGill University is a public research university in Montreal, Quebec. Established in 1821, it is the oldest university in Canada. Six years later, in 1827, the University of Toronto was established in Toronto. Both universities are very popular among international students. The Times Higher Education (THE) has been consistently ranking the University of Toronto #18 in the world for the last 4 years, meanwhile, for the same period of time McGill University has been ranking at around #45 position in the world. However, the QS World University Rankings has been consistently ranking McGill University under the top 30 universities in the world, and the University of Toronto has been also ranked under the top 30 universities in the world.

 

Q:   Should I go to the University of Toronto, or the University of Waterloo?

A: 

According to the QS World Rankings 2024, University of Toronto has a ranking of #21 and University of Waterloo has a ranking of #112. Some of the other world rankings of both the universities are given in the table below:

Year University of Toronto University of Waterloo
202029173
202125166
202226149
202334154
202421112
 

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Q:   Can an international student get scholarship to University of Toronto?

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University of Toronto offers a range of undergraduate and graduate scholarships to international students based on academic merit or financial needs. Some of the scholarships offered at the university are given as follows:

Name of ScholarshipEligibility Criteria Coverage/Value
Ontario Graduate Scholarship- Other Master Programs
  • Undergraduate degree
  • Letters of Recommendation
  • Transcripts
  • Plan of Study 
  • Research Experience
  • INR 3.08 Lakh
  • USD 5,000 per session
Lester B. Pearson International Scholarship Program- Bachelors of Computer Science
  • Must be enrolled in the final year of secondary school
  • Tuition and Fees covered
  • Accommodation 
University of Toronto Scholar Program
  • Academic Transcripts 
  • Online self-reported grades form
  • Proof of English Language Proficiency 
  • Standardized Test Results
  • INR 4.63 Lakh
  • Tuition and Fees covered
U of T - Karta Scholars Program
  • TOEFL/IELTS scores
  • Official Transcripts
  • Standardized Test Results
  • Academic profile
  • Tuition and Fees covered
  • Need-based
 

University of Toronto Admission Dates 2024

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  • Type of deadline :Depends on course
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Q:   What are the entry requirements to study in the University of Toronto?

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The University of Toronto offers hundreds of courses to its students. The entry requirements vary by course and program. However, there are some general admission requirements and documents that you must have for admissions. These general entry requirements are:

  • Secondary School Diploma
  • Completion of senior-grade/Grade 12 English (or equivalent) with a minimum grade of 70%
  • Minimum overall average of at least 75%
  • Proof of proficiency in English language
  • SAT or ACT
  • GRE or GMAT
  • Statement of Purpose
  • Letter of Recommendations (LOR)
 

Q:   What is the acceptance rate of the University of Toronto?

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The University of Toronto is one the most popular universities in Canada. U of T is one of the most sought-after university among international students going to Canada for higher education. Each year thousands of students from Canada and around the world apply to the University of Toronto. However, it is not easy to get into the University of Toronto. The University of Toronto has an acceptance rate of about 43%, which makes it selective for admissions. Although it is not easy to get into U of T, yet, it is not impossible.

 

Q:   What is the minimum IELTS/TOEFL score required for U of T?

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As an international student, if English is not your first language, then you are required to demonstrate your proficiency in the English language to get into U of T. The University of Toronto accepts all major international English language tests like IELTS and TOEFL. Minimum IELTS score requirement for U of T is 6.5 overall with no band below 6.0. Meanwhile, minimum TOEFL score requirement for U of T is overall 100 with 22 in writing.

 

University of Toronto Tuition Fees, Duration & Eligibility 2024

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Courses1st Year Tuition FeesDuration & Eligibility
MS(50 courses)
INR 18 L - 40 L
Duration1 year-3 years
Exam AcceptedTOEFL: 93 - 107, IELTS: 7 - 7.5, GRE
B.Sc.(112 courses)
INR 28 L - 41 L
Duration4-7 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 & Above, TOEFL: 89 - 100, Duolingo: 120 & Above
MBA/PGDM(14 courses)
INR 18 L - 46 L
Duration8-32 months
Exam AcceptedTOEFL: 93 - 110, IELTS: 7 - 7.5, GMAT: 570 - 710
MIM(12 courses)
INR 18 L - 46 L
Duration8 months-2 years
Exam AcceptedTOEFL: 93 - 110, IELTS: 7 - 7.5, GMAT: 570 - 710
B.A.(87 courses)
INR 35 L - 37 L
Duration4-6 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 & Above, TOEFL: 100 & Above, Duolingo: 120 & Above
B.E. / B.Tech(14 courses)
INR 35 L - 41 L
Duration4 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 & Above, TOEFL: 89 & Above, PTE: 65 & Above
M.A.(49 courses)
INR 15 L - 32 L
Duration1 year-3 years
Exam AcceptedTOEFL: 93 - 107, IELTS: 7 & Above
BBA(9 courses)
INR 66 K - 37 L
Duration39 hours-6 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 & Above, TOEFL: 89 & Above, PTE: 65 & Above
MEng(7 courses)
INR 42 L
Duration1 year
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 7 & Above, TOEFL: 93 & Above
MASc(8 courses)
INR 18 L
Duration20 months-2 years
Exam AcceptedTOEFL: 93 & Above, IELTS: 7 & Above
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Q:   How much does University of Toronto cost for international students?

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The tuition and incidental fees for full-time studies for 2022-2023 for the University of Toronto is given below.

Expense

Fees

 Tuition

CAD 67,370

Incidental Fees

CAD 1,960.87

Residence & Meal Plan

CAD 11,800 – 35,203

Books/Supplies

CAD 1,500 – 2000+

 

Q:   How much is the tuition fee of University of Toronto?

A: 

The amount of tuition you pay will depend on a lot of factors like your selected programme and year of study, course, and campus. Apart from the tuition, you also need to pay tuition, incidental and ancillary fee. Apart from this, you also need to consider other costs like books, supplies, residence, transportation, food and other expenses.

 

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  • 47% students never faced discrimination in this university
Internships4.2
Part time work4.1
Post study jobs4.3
Quality of faculty4.4
Student Life4.1
Value for money4
Public transportation4.7
Safety4.4
Indian Food4.4
Permanent Immigration4.4
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4.3
Good campus, great internship support from the college and a great city.
Tips: Canada is very welcoming. I did not experience a cultural shift because I have lived abroad before. I did apply for a scholarship but unfortunately could not get the scholarship but I know many people who got one. The course is good for quickly getting Canadian working experience. It is however not the best course if you want a classroom experience because you only take 4-5 classes a week.
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4.8
Hardworking and friendly folks
Tips: UofT provides you with tremendous opportunity to boost your career. Alumni are friendly. You can participate in a plethora of activities with students from other departments. There are not many scholarships available at Master's level but a lot for Ph.D.
Likes (Student Life): UofT campus is always buzzing with activities and events. It is easy to find a peer group and have some fun while learning new skills. During orientation you will get an opportunity to enroll in a vast array of clubs. There is always free food at some or the other event on the campus where you can make friends.
Dislikes (Part time work): All upcoming students get an option to apply for Teaching Assistantship roles. Moreover, students can connect with faculty members for Research Assistantship roles. Alumni is very friendly, you can reach out to them for part time roles in the industry.
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3.1
It is a good university.
Tips: It's a good university but if you are more research-oriented then go for US universities. The weather is not great in Canada. If you are person who loves sunlight or going out then say goodbye to both of them. The campus is scattered and in the middle of the city.
Likes (Permanent Immigration): Good chance of getting a PR if you have enough points. You also get a Post Graduation Work Permit once you graduate. It is an open work permit and the duration depends on the length of the programme.
Dislikes (Value for money): It's okay but not a great programme. They charge too much for the courses they are offering. It is good that there is an internship at the end of the programme otherwise it would have taken a lot of time to repay the loan.
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Master of Applied Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering - Batch of 2020
4.1
Tough journey but worth paying
Tips: Cultural shift is there after moving to this country. I was offered a full scholarship in MASc programme. Courses are of high quality. Sometimes, it's very stressful for students from tier 2 or tier 3 Indian universities. But less job opportunities as compared to US. PR immigration is easy here.
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Diverse campus with lots to learn.
Tips: One good thing about UOFT is that it is very diverse and people always accept and respect others. You don't have to change yourself to fit in. I am a permanent resident. I didn't apply for scholarships. Work is stressful. But overall social life is fun.
Likes (Indian Food): Lots of Indian food is available. Restaurants are very good. Pricing depends on the ambience. I have a meal plan with the university, so I don't cook. I live in downtown, so you get everything here. Indian restaurants have similar food to India, and there is one located in every locality.
Dislikes (Safety): This is the main campus located in downtown, Toronto. The other two are subsidiaries. - downtown is often surrounded by homeless people, often drug addicts. It gets sketchy during the night. My recommendation is to always travel in groups, especially during the night.
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Q:   Does University of Toronto have placements?

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The University of Toronto offers career planning services to its students based on their major and university year. According to the Rotman School of Management 2021-22, the University of Toronto placement rate is 97% for full-time MBA graduates.

 

Q:   What is the employment rate at the University of Toronto?

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The employment rate of U of T graduates (2 years after graduation) remains above 90% and has shown some improvement since the global financial crisis of 2008-09. According to the Rotman School of Management 2021-22, the University of Toronto placement rate is 97% for full-time MBA graduates.

 

Q:   Is University of Toronto worth going to?

A: 

The value of the University of Toronto is globally recognized. In 2023, Times Higher Education ranked U of T among the top in its world universities ranking. U of T was ranked 18th globally, placing it firmly among the world's top 20 institutions. Even QS has ranked the University of Toronto at 21st position for 2024, a sharp improvement from 34th rank from previous year.

 

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Q:   Is the University of Waterloo better than the University of Toronto?

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University of Waterloo as well as the University of Toronto are two well-known universities in Canada and great study abroad options for students. When it comes to rankings, Toronto University beats the Waterloo University with the rank #21 in QS World University Rankings for the year 2024. Whereas, the latter has been ranked #112 in the same category.

Mentioned below is the comparison between both the universities on the basis of some other parameters that can help you choose the better university for you:

Parameters

University of Waterloo

University of Toronto

World Ranking (QS 2024)

#112

#21

World Ranking (US News 2023)

#191

#18

Acceptance Rate

53%

43%

Average GPA/Grades Required

3.7 GPA

70%

Annual Tuition Fee (MS)

INR 13 L - 34 L

INR 19 L - 41 L

Overall, the University of Toronto is considered to have an upper hand among both the universities due to its high ranking, academic excellence, renowned alumni, experienced faculty, vibrant campus life, and more.

 

Q:   Which university has better placements: York University or University of Toronto?

A: 

York University and the University of Toronto are among the top choices to study in Canada for international students. In term of placements, the University of Toronto placement rate was 97% in 2022-23, which is higher than York University placement rate. Applicants can check the table below for more detail:

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University of Toronto Placement

York University Placement

Placement rate

97%

90%

Top recruiting sector 

Financial Services

Financial Services

Average salary 

INR 75.14L

INR 82 L

Average signing bonus

INR 12 L

INR 9 L

Top recruiting industry 

Accounting/Finance

Technology

 

Q:   Which university has a better reputation, McGill University or the University of Toronto?

A: 

McGill University and University of Toronto are renowned institutions offering unique campus cultures and various academic programs. While they share a great reputation, there are subtle differences between the two universities. The below table compares the rankings, fees and acceptance rate of McGill University and University of Toronto . Overall this information could be useful for students who are considering them.

Here is the comparison highlighting the differences between the Universities:

 Name of The University

Ranking

Acceptance Rate

1st Year Tuition Fee

McGill University

#46

46%

 UG course: INR 16 L - 41 L

 PG course: INR 62 L 

University of Toronto

21 

 43%

UG Course:  INR 36 L - 42 L

PG course:  INR 19 L - 47 L

(The comparison of fees was between the BTech course for UG and the MBA course for PG)

 

University of Toronto FAQs

Q:   What is the cost of a Canada student visa?

A: 

For studying abroad you need a valid Canada study permit issued by the embassy of Canada in your home country. The cost of Canada student visa is CAD 150. If the duration of your course is less than 6 months, then international students do not require a study permit. However, if your course length is more than 6 months then you are required to apply for a study permit in the nearest Canadian embassy. Importantly, you need to know that the study permit is not a visa, once approval for your study permit comes through, Canadian government will automatically give your either a visitor visa or an eTA visa.

 

Q:   What tests are required for University of Toronto?

A: 

The University of Toronto offers various courses to its students. The entrance exam requirements vary by course and program. International students need to have a GPA of 3.6 - 4 for securing admission to U of T. Also, the entrance exams required for the University of Toronto are mentioned below.

  • SAT combined score of 1330 - 1500
  • ACT composite score of 29 -34
  • GRE or GMAT
  • IELTS or TOEFL score
 

Q:   What is the living expenses at the University of Toronto?

A: 

The University of Toronto offers on-campus accommodation to international students. However, you can choose to live off campus as well. Other than the tuition fees a major portion of your expenses in the university will go towards your accommodation, food, and other stuff and on campus,  these expenses might range from CAD 8,000 to CAD 15,000 per academic year. Also, your living expenses in Canada will depend on various factors such as your lifestyle, type of accommodation you choose and your personal expenses. However, off-campus living may cost you up to CAD 15,000 or more.

 

Q:   Which University of Toronto campus is the best?

A: 
The University of Toronto has three campuses; Mississauga campus, St. George campus, and Scarborough campus. The Mississauga campus of the U of T is the oldest and main campus. This campus offers 148 programs in 89 areas of study across its 15 academic departments. This campus is home to Institute of Communication, Culture, Information and Technology. The St. George campus is home to seven colleges; Innis College, New College, St. Michael’s College, Trinity College, University College, Victoria College and Woodsworth. Meanwhile, the Scarborough campus of the U of T offers more than 250 programs and over 1,300 courses annually to its students. It is the only campus of the U of T that offers co-op program, internships, hands-on research, community engagement and vibrant campus life.
 
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