The University of Toronto was founded in 1827 and remains Canada's largest and most respected university. In Maclean's annual university rankings, UofT has been tabbed as Canada's top research-intensive university. U of T offers education through 17 academic divisions that cover a wide breadth of topics. World-class programs are held through UofT on the historic St. George campus in downtown Toronto, on campuses in Mississauga and Scarborough and in nine fully affiliated teaching hospitals around the GTA.
UofT scholarships: UofT 's comprehensive scholarship program: As a domestic student studying at a Canadian high school or Year 1 of CEGEP, and if your average is greater or equal to 92 percent or better, and you have completed all subjects with a minimum 'A' standing, the University of Toronto guarantees you entrance scholarship(s) totaling at least $2,000 if you enroll in first year at U of T.
In addition to scholarships that recognize outstanding achievement, the University provides many awards which take into account financial need or other criteria. These awards require separate applications. For further information on these awards and their application process refer to Need Based Admission Awards and Other U of T Scholarships. The University of Toronto also provides assistance to students through its work study program. Work study students can gain valuable experience in their field in addition to meeting their financial needs.
Housing: U of T offers a Guarantee of Residence. Residence is guaranteed for any new student entering their initial year of an undergraduate degree, regardless of where they are applying from. Students must be offered admission to their program by July 1st and must indicate their interest in residence on their application for admission.
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