Received an Offer of Admission?

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Congratulations on your offer to Arts & Science!

The experience here is pretty special. You have access to all the resources of Canada’s number one university, the most diverse and flexible program options available and an incredible network to help you shape your future. Opportunity has knocked and an exciting future awaits you! 

The first step on your U of T journey is to accept your offer. Simply follow the instructions on the Join U of T portal. All the information you need is right there.  

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What's next?

After you accept your offer, there are some important things you need to do to prepare for September. If you have questions, attend an upcoming webchat or contact our recruitment team.

For the latest updates on Fall 2021 planning at the Faculty of Arts & Science, visit the Arts & Science Undergraduate Student FAQs.

For other information about the Fall 2021 term, including guidance on coming to Canada and the University’s latest COVID-19 updates, visit the frequently asked questions on the Office of the Vice Provost, Students website.

Why choose A&S?

From our academic reputation to our inspiring setting in the heart of downtown Toronto, there are so many reasons to say yes to your offer of admission to Arts & Science. Here is just a snapshot of the A&S experience.

World-Class Reputation

A&S is the heart of U of T – Canada’s #1 university and one of the top 20 in the world. U of T graduates were recently ranked the most employable in North America thanks to our world-class reputation and vast global network. Align yourself with excellence and set yourself up for success by joining A&S! 

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Inspiring Setting

With its mix of historic buildings and modern architecture, state-of-the-art facilities and picturesque green space, and nestled in the heart of Canada’s largest, most multi-cultural city, the St. George campus will provide an unforgettable setting for your university experience. Imagine what your day might look like as an A&S student!

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Unparalleled Opportunities

As an A&S student, you can explore many interests and take a wide range of classes – big and small. There are even academic opportunities designed just for first-year students – and some require applications. Read about the First Year Foundation (FYF) Ones Programs and Seminars to find the one that's right for you. 

You will also have the chance to apply course concepts to real-world settings by participating in research projects, international exchanges and excursions and paid work experiences. 

Academic opportunities

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Vibrant Communities

A&S is a big place but through your college, you’ll find a smaller, tight-knit community to call home. We also have more than 500 clubs you can join to meet other students with similar interests – everything from beekeeping to breakdancing, magic to mahjong, Quidditch to space robots – it’s all here!

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Looking Ahead

Once you have accepted your offer, you can start planning your first year at U of T. While course enrolment doesn’t begin until July 22, 2021, you can start planning now using our New Student Guide. This handy resource will get you ready for September with tips for choosing courses, making a schedule, planning your finances and more. And, to get ready for university-level courses, you can register for Arrive Ready, a free summer academic prep program designed just for incoming first-year students. If you have questions, be sure to join one of our upcoming webinars or contact our recruitment team - we are here for you!

Plan your studies

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