Programs of Study
Dive into your interests and develop your passions at U of T. We offer over 700 undergraduate and 200 graduate programs across three campuses in the Greater Toronto Area. From architecture to medicine, music to urban studies, we’ve got what you’re looking for.
U of T invites applications from well-qualified students from around the world. Approximately 21% of our student body is international, with students coming from 168 countries and regions.
The University of Toronto offers an exceptional range, choice and depth of study. Our undergraduate students choose from 700 academic programs, learn from the best minds, get involved with research, and take advantage of smaller learning communities. Working with faculty and other students in close-knit communities, our students tailor their experiences to their interests and develop passions that help them make their mark on the world.
Our admission requirements are based on academic background, regardless of your age. To see if you meet our admission requirements, please check the appropriate level of education and your program of interest.
If you do not meet the published admission requirements you may become eligible for some programs through either the Academic Bridging Program or the Transitional Year Programme.
English is the language of instruction and examination at U of T, and success in our degree programs requires a high level of English language proficiency.
If English is not your first language (i.e. is not the first language you learned at home as a child), you will need to provide evidence of adequate English facility for admission consideration, unless you qualify for an exemption.
You may qualify for an exemption from the English facility requirement if one of the following applies to you: