The University of Toronto is a world-renowned university in a celebrated city where knowledge meets achievement, history meets future and ambition meets inspiration. According to the Times Higher Education Supplement, 2010, U of T is one of six universities world-wide ranked in the top 17 for all fields. The other four are UC Berkeley, Cambridge, Oxford, Stanford and UCLA.
Student life at U of T is all about choice. Our students have access to more academic programs than at any other Canadian university and they participate in more than 1,000 student organizations, athletic teams and academic associations. Working with faculty, staff and other students in close-knit learning communities, our students can tailor their educational experience to match their interests and develop passions that will help them make their mark on the world.
U of T has three campuses, each of which houses specific academic departments in a unique setting. U of T St. George, located in the heart of downtown, offers students the quintessential urban university experience. U of T Mississauga to the west balances urban opportunities with a park-like campus and a smaller community. U of T Scarborough to the east provides a close-knit academic community that fosters learning through experience by maintaining strong ties to the businesses and organizations across greater Toronto.