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Toronto University MS
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4.4/5
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Vibe of Campus
  • Academically oriented
  • Multi-dimensional
  • Friendly
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Student Views
  • 43% students never faced discrimination in this university
Internships4.3
Part time work4.5
Post study jobs4.5
Quality of faculty4.2
Student Life3.8
Value for money4.3
Public transportation4.3
Safety4.8
Indian Food4.3
Permanent Immigration4.5
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MSc Applied Computing in Artificial Intelligence - Batch of 2023
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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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MS in Applied Computing in Computer Science - Batch of 2022
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Academic fountain of deep learning in the world
Tips: The university is known for its academic standards therefore the quality of courses is good and so are the marking criteria of the professors who teach the courses. The expectation from Masters students is to work on par with Ph.D. scholars and perform better since this degree usually prepares you for pursuing a Ph.D. degree in future.
Likes (Indian Food): Toronto is a vibrant city with cosmopolitan culture and food of every kind is available in the city and also this university. I as an Indian and a hard-core vegetarian. I was able to enjoy the street food and also there are many Indian veg cuisine restaurants present as well. I never found it difficult to find food.
Dislikes (Student Life): Everyone is engaged in their own activities due to course loads with less activities which students can indulge in together.
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MS in Applied Computing in Computer Science - Batch of 2023
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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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University of Toronto is the place to be!
Tips: Whatever you do, try to excel in that. Also focus on your fundamentals Science classes like Math and Physics as it helps in more ways than one, even though I'm in CS. People here come from various backgrounds and the admissions committee views applications holistically. They value the amount of effort you've put into whatever your domain is and can find ways of transferring your skillset to match you with what you could potentially be great at.
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MS in Applied Computing in Computer Science - Batch of 2024
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Live every moment and work hard for your academics, at University of Toronto.
Tips: Cultural shift sure, but not that much. In my programme and in the city too I find enough Indians that I feel at home. There are some shifts but in a good way. Like people are quite honest and rule following here than what we SEE in India. They have a vector scholarship, but it can be hard to get. Like only 120 students in my batch got it that too across 5 different universities. From my programme probably only 4 to 6 people got the scholarship. Courses are great, there is a high focus on practical applications. The courses are mainly project oriented so students get good hands on experience. Placement in my is industry focused. So like nearly everyone gets an internship.
Dislikes (Internships): Although university doesn't an internship, they will help you 100% to get one. And the best part is the salary from the internship can pay a large portion of your tuition fee. Adding to if you can get the TAship and the vector scholarship you can take off the money loads significantly.
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Q:   How to get into University of Toronto for Masters in Computer Science?

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To take admission to the University of Toronto MS in CS, students must have an appropriate bachelor’s degree, with a B+ in the final year of bachelor’s. Preference is given to students who have studied Computer Science or a closely related discipline. Also, students must have an English language proficiency test score report. Students can submit the scores of TOEFL / IELTS, etc.

  • TOEFL (Paper-Based Test): 580 on PBT, and 4 on the Test of Written English (TWE)

  • TOEFL (Internet-Based Test): 93/120 and 22/30 on the Writing and Speaking sections

  • IELTS: 7.0 (Academic) with at least 6.5 for each component

 

Q:   How much does MSc cost at the University of Toronto?

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For international students, as per the data of 2022-23, the cost of MSc in Computer Science at the University of Toronto is CAD 30,120. In INR, the first-year tuition fee will be around 18 Lacs and the cost of other expenses will be approximately CAD 8 Lakh. Read: Cost of Living in Canada for International Students 

 

Q:   How do I apply for University of Toronto Computer Science?

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To apply for University of Toronto Masters in Computer Science, follow the steps given below:

  • Firstly, choose your program

  • Next, learn about the admission requirements including application deadlines, pre-requisite degrees and courses, minimum GPA, etc.

  • Then, prepare your application so that it is submitted with all the supporting documents on time

  • Next, apply online at the university portal. Create a personal profile and enter all the important details including personal information and academic history

Read: How to Apply for UG & PG Courses in Canada 

 

Q:   How much is the application fee for Masters in the University of Toronto?

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The University of Toronto application fee for graduate programs is CAD 165. It is non-refundable and non-transferable. Payment can be done at the time of filling application online using a credit card. Only Visa or Mastercard credit card is accepted. Note that applications shall not be processed until the application fee is received by the University of Toronto.

 

Q:   How hard is it to get into the University of Toronto for Master's in computer science?

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 As per an unofficial source, getting admitted to University of Toronto MS in CS is quite competitive and difficult. Only those applicants are given admission offers who have a strong academic profile with great extracurriculars. So, to take admission to the University of Toronto MS in CS, be adamant about working on each aspect of the application. These include having good undergraduate GPA, IELTS / TOEFL scores, letters of recommendation, etc.

 

Q:   Does the University of Toronto require GRE for MS in CS?

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 As such, the University of Toronto has not specified that it is mandatory to have a GRE score in order to take admission to the University of Toronto MS in CS. However, it is encouraged. Other documents that have to be submitted are:

  • Academic Transcripts

  • Letters of Recommendation

  • Proof of English Language Proficiency

  • Any other additional document (as specified)

 
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To get admission to computer Science programs at the University of Toronto (UofT) and the University of Guelph (UofG), international students must have a bachelor's degree in a relevent descipline. We have mentioned the general requirements for MS in CS admissions:

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 Yes, to take admission to the University of Toronto MBA course, students are required to submit GMAT or GRE score. However, the university has not specified any specific GMAT score requirement. But, in the class profile of 2024 data, the average GMAT score specified is 674. The University of Toront

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