The University of Toronto, since its inception in 1827 has developed into Canada’s leading institution of learning, it represents a historic building of over 100 years old discovery and knowledge creation. The university proudly boasts to be one of the world’s top research-intensive universities, driven to invent and innovate. UToronto, as it is famously called is a public research university in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, located on the grounds that surround Queen’s Park. It is a global leader in research and teaching and has a significant footprint, both in Canada and around the world. With some of the most celebrated architecture and beautiful green space in the Greater Toronto Area and Mississauga, UToronto offers an extraordinary environment in which to learn and work. Its campuses are situated in one of the world’s most dynamic urban environments.

Toronto and the surrounding region is consistently ranked as one of the most diverse urban centres in North America. Toronto attracts great businesses, restaurants, entertainment and community events are everywhere you turn – and that’s what makes it a fantastic region in which to live and learn. UToronto has three campuses: Downtown Toronto (St. George), Mississauga (in the West) and Scarborough (in the East).

Ranked as the most diverse city in North America, Toronto and the surrounding Greater Toronto Area are vibrant, inviting areas with something for everyone. From sports teams to cultural happenings, festivals to street fairs, Toronto has it all. The total enrollment of students as for fall 2018 was 93,081 out of which 70,062, were in-state students and 23,019 were international students, coming from 159 countries and regions. UToronto has 44 libraries along with 158 librarians. The University of Toronto library system has more than 19.5 million physical holdings and more than 6.2 million electronic holdings. UToronto library system is the third-largest in North America.

According to the fall 2018 statistics published by the university, UToronto has over 14,648 faculty members assigned as active faculty members with teaching/research responsibilities and 5,75,924 alumni around the world.

University at a glance

% International Students21.3 %
Total International Students19,187
Size of Campus in acres177
Male/Female Ratio1 : 1.2
UG/PG Course Ratio1 : 0.2
Endowments ValueCAD 2 billion
No.of Campuses3
Yearly Hostel & Meals ExpenseINR 7.6 Lakh
International Students Website


CoursesDuration1st Year Tuition Fees
MS(3 Courses)15 – 18 MonthsINR 20.2L – 31.4L
MBA(3 Courses)13 – 32 MonthsINR 23.2L – 65.7L
BBA(2 Courses)4 YearsINR 30.8L – 32.9L
BE/Btech(6 Courses)4 YearsINR 30.8L – 34.2L
MIM(2 Courses)0.8 – 1.3 YearsINR 28.8L – 37.5L
MEng(8 Courses)1 – 2 YearsINR 33.9L – 35.5L
MASc(7 Courses)1.3 – 2 YearsINR 14.4L – 34.2L
Other Courses(3 Courses)1 – 4 YearsINR 12.4L – 30.8L

Entry Criteria

MS(3 Courses)GRE: AcceptedIELTS: 7 & AboveTOEFL: 93-100
MBA(3 Courses)GMAT: AcceptedGRE: AcceptedIELTS: 7 & Above
BBA(2 Courses)IELTS: 6.5 & AboveTOEFL: 100 & Above
BE/Btech(6 Courses)IELTS: 6.5 & AboveTOEFL: 100 & Above
MIM(2 Courses)GRE: AcceptedIELTS: 7 & AboveTOEFL: 100-102
MEng(8 Courses)IELTS: 7 & AboveTOEFL: 93 & Above
MASc(7 Courses)IELTS: 7 & AboveTOEFL: 93 & Above
Other Courses(3 Courses)IELTS: 6.5-7TOEFL: 93-100GRE: Accepted

On campus accommodation



  • The University of Toronto offers accommodation to its UG and PG students in all three of its campus i.e. St. George, Mississauga and Scarborough
  • Each campus has its own distinct residential communities and styles of residential living
  • U of T St. George residents live in one of the seven colleges, in Chestnut Residence, or in Student Family Housing
  • U of T Mississauga has more than 1,500 students living in residence and offers three different housing options: residence halls, townhouses or apartments
  • U of T Scarborough residents live less than a two-minute walk from academic buildings and the accommodations are either townhouses or apartment suites

Off campus accommodation


Details for off-campus

  • Dorm style housing to single and shared room options is available for students in toronto
  • Average price ranges from: Shared room: CA$1,265/month, Private Room CA$ 1,350 to 1,777/month and Entire Place CA$3,010/month
  • Common facilities includes: Furnished apartments, Air Conditioning, Shared Kitchen, internet and laundry

Know more about Studying in Canada

Studying Canada Details
Average 1st Year Tuition CostBE/Btech INR 18.3 L|MS INR 9.5 L|BBA INR 13 L|BSc INR 12.3 L|MEng INR 13.7 L|MIM INR 16.1 L|MBA INR 23.6 L|MASc INR 12.4 L|MA INR 8.1 L|BHM INR 12.5 L|MEM INR 11.7 L
Average Hostel & Meals ExpenseINR 5.3 L (based on 103 colleges listed on
Average Admission Exam ScoresTOEFL: 85|IELTS: 6.5|PTE: 59|GRE: 308|GMAT: 560
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