Your experience at the University of Toronto will transform you. Your academic journey begins before you even arrive on campus. Though you will tell us what your interests are when you apply to U of T, you will also be introduced to many different disciplines, courses and experiential learning opportunities that you didn’t even know existed.
Here is a snapshot of some of the opportunities that will be available through your studies at U of T.
At the end of your first year, you will enrol in a specific program of study.
Take the time in your first year to explore your options and take introductory courses that interest you.
Programs come in three different levels: specialist, major and minor. The main difference among them is the number of required courses.
In your first year, there are many opportunities. Consider First-Year Foundations Ones Programs, First-Year Foundation Seminars and First-Year Learning Communities.
You are now in a program of study! In addition to taking courses that give you greater depth of knowledge and fulfill your degree requirements, you may want to consider a unique academic experience:
Between Academic Exchanges, Summer Abroad Programs and International Course Modules (ICMs), you can immerse yourself in global experiences while earning course credits.
Gain research experience and earn course credit while working closely with a professor on a research project as early as the summer after first year.
Continue to take courses to deepen your program-specific knowledge: consider taking graduate-level seminars or independent study classes.
U of T is ranked number one in Canada for graduate employability and 13th in the world. In your upper years you will start to expand your professional network and connect with alumni by participating in Backpack to Briefcase, Career Centre workshops, mentorship meals and networking events.
Access to all the university's resources, diverse and flexible program options and an incredible network will have shaped your education and your future.