University of Toronto


Located in the safest city of Canada, Toronto, the University of Toronto is considered among the world's leading universities. The university has three campuses in Toronto and is regarded as the largest university in Canada. The university has about 14 faculties and offers around 200 graduate and 700 undergraduate programs.

The University of Toronto possesses some great titles regarding research. For instance, the first insulin was created here, and the first successful lung transplant was done here. Moreover, it is also known to be the home of the very first electron microscope.

This institute has been a member of the Association of American Universities since 1926. Infosource named the University of Toronto the top research institute in Canada. It manages the largest research budget of any university in the country, with a sponsored direct-cost expenditure of 1,1147 million USD. The federal government is the main source of funding for the university. Infosource named it the top research institute in Canada.

Alumni of the University of Toronto include 5 Prime Ministers of Canada, 3 Governors General, 17 justices of the Supreme Court and 9 foreign leaders. This institute is also home 12 Nobel laureates.


Over 90,000 students were enrolled at the University of Toronto during Fall 2021. Reportedly over 20% of these students are international. These students hail from about 170 countries worldwide.

At the University of Toronto, students get cultural, social and recreational life. Hart House is a student activity centre conceived by alumni named Vincent Massey. It was opened in 1919. Students get the facility of a Library, dining hall, art galleries, theatre, swimming, and can participate in debates and listen to concerts.

The University of Toronto sports team participates in U Sports at the national level and OUA (Ontario University Athletics) at the provincial level. One of Canada's oldest student-run newspaper, "The Varsity", is also associated with this university. It has been in publication since 1880. Campus radio station "CIUT-FM" and University of Toronto Television broadcast students produced content.


The University of Toronto offers on-campus residence for all three campuses. The on-campus residence can benefit you in both academic and co-curricular manners. All first-year students are eligible for on-campus residence, but you must meet their deadlines.

If you are looking for an off-campus residence, you may find dormitories and apartments near the university. Plus, the university offers to help you find a proper residence.


Following are global rankings of the University of Toronto.

  • By QS World Ranking, the University of Toronto ranks 34.
  • According to Times Higher Education Ranking, the University of Toronto ranks 18.
  • U.S. News and World Report ranked the University of Toronto at 16.


University of Toronto
27 King's College Cir, Toronto, ON M5S 1A1, Canada

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