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The main faculty for undergraduate studies at the University is the Faculty of Arts and Science. Some of the University Colleges offer specialized programs and lecture series, with subjects like International Relations, Renaissance studies, Film Studies, Gender Studies, Industrial Relations, Medievalism, and Canadian studies, among others.
The University of Toronto comprises of a network of leading of research and academic institutions and partnerships, and has 3 campuses located in the Greater Toronto region, including St George Campus, Mississauga Campus, and the Scarborough Campus.
The St George campus is the flagship campus of University of Toronto, located in downtown Toronto. St George campus offers students a rich and diverse university experience. Through its Faculty of Arts and Science, the campus offers a variety of degree programs, and specialise in fields such as music, law, engineering, medicine, literature, and political science.
Located in Mississauga, the campus offers students an urban university experience, amidst a natural backdrop. The university has over 145 programs, in 88 areas of study, the opportunity to be part of hands on research, and internships at fortune 500 companies.
Students can work with renowned faculty on leading research, or study interactive and immersive digital media at the institute of Communication, Culture, Information and Technology, innovative Biotechnology at the Institute for Management and Innovation, or crime scene investigations through the Forensic Science program.
The campus also houses a Recreation and Athletic centre, inclusive of a squash court, track and weight rooms, a gymnasium, and an eight- lane pool.
The Scarborough campus is a centre for research and experiential learning, through international development co-ops and community focused learning. Students pursuing courses at this campus have the opportunity to participate in research on molecular mechanisms of Parkinson's diseas, impacts of climate change, soil fertilty, and more.
Some of the most popular areas of study pursued by students at the University of Toronto includes:
The University of Toronto has several scholarships on offer for international students. This includes The University or Toronto International Scholar Award, awarded to international students enrolled to pursue a full-time undergraduate program at the University. The scholarship is awarded based on academic merit and is applicable for the full three-year length of the degree program.
The award is given for students completing programs delivered by the following faculties:
The university campuses provide students with a range of services on campus through its Student Success Centre, open Monday – Friday from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm and delivers assistance and guidance in areas such as academics, health and wellness, career exploration, housing, and more. Students also have the opportunity to make appointments and meet with educators and strategists.
The University of Toronto has over 1,000 different clubs and student-run organizations across the three campuses, ranging from student government, drama, music, cultural clubs, academic clubs, athletic groups, to community service organizations. This is the perfect opportunity for students to meet like-minded people, engage and network with others outside of class hours.
The University of Toronto has several housing colleges located on campus, each operating its own set of residence and dining halls. Innis College, St Michael's, Trinity College, Victoria College, and Woodsworth Colleges give first priority for the undergraduate students from the Faculty of Arts and Science. Massey College provides rooms specially for graduate students, while Knox and Wycliffe Colleges houses graduate theology students.
The on-campus residences can only accommodate 6,400 students, which means that the University can only guarantee housing for undergraduate students in their first year of study, with most of the upper year and graduate students residing off campus.