Applying to Medicine at U of T

Female doctor examining a female patient
A doctor examines a patient at the Health Services clinic.

Applying to Medicine at U of T

Medicine at the University of Toronto is a second entry program.  Applicants need to complete at least three years of undergraduate study (equivalent of 15 credits) towards a Canadian university bachelor’s degree.

Prerequisite Courses

Two full-course equivalents (FCEs) in life sciences and one FCE in social science, humanties and a language.

Information on applying to Medicine at U of T

For more information on applying, please visit the Faculty of Medicine admissions page.

 

Applying to the University of Toronto

Interested in applying to the University of Toronto?

U of T gates outside the front entrance of the St. George campus

Choose your Program of Study and check the Admission Requirements.

You can use the Program Finder to discover undergraduate programs and find program-specific requirements.  Look up the University’s Admission Requirements based on your educational background.

Applying. Which application do I use?

Find out which application form you should use.  After submitting your application online you will receive information on the next steps including how to submit your documents.

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Start looking into scholarships and financial aid options right away.  You can find more information under Finances.

 

Applying to the University of Toronto

Interested in applying to the University of Toronto?  Here are the steps to apply.

The downtown St. George campus, outside view, CN tower in background

Choose your Program of Study

You can use the Program Finder to discover undergraduate programs and find program-specific requirements.

Admission and English Language Requirements

Look up the University’s Admission Requirements based on your educational background.  Also, check to see if you meet the English Language Requirements.

Applying. Which application do I use?

Find out which application form you should use.

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Start looking into scholarships and financial aid options right away.  You can find more information under Finances.

Submit your documents

After submitting your application online you will receive information on the next steps including how to submit your documents.

Thinking of applying to a Professional Program?
(e.g. Dentistry, Law, Medicine or Pharmacy).

If you are thinking of applying to a Professional program (e.g. Dentistry, Law, Medicine or Pharmacy) please contact the program.

Thinking of applying to Graduate Studies?

If you have inquiries about graduate programs please contact the School of Graduate Studies.

 

How and when to apply as a transfer student to U of T

We have been receiving questions regarding how and when to apply as a transfer student to U of T.

With regard to applying as a transfer student from another University or College, you would apply in the Fall.  Undergraduate Admission is only in the Fall, we do not have Winter or Spring admission.

The deadline to apply as a transfer student for Fall 2017 has closed.  You can find information on applying as a transfer student under the Transfer Credit Information section on the www.future.ca website.

Aerial view of the St. George campus

Earth Sciences- an area you can pursue on all three campuses

We recently received a question about the Earth Sciences program at U of T.

What is Earth Sciences?

Earth Sciences is the study of physical, chemical, and biological processes over a range of temporal and spatial scales in earth and planetary systems.  You can find this area of study on all three campuses.  Check out what each campus has to offer: U of T St. George;  U of T MississaugaU of T Scarborough.

As an undergraduate student, you have the opportunity to take on research that can lead to amazing opportunities such as undertaking field work in places like Spain or New Zealand.

Beach in New Zeland
Earth Sciences students learn hands-on geology on an international field trip to New Zealand. Here, a student overlooks the “Artist’s Palette”, an overflow reservoir containing bright splotches of sulfur, antimony, mercury, and ferrous salts. The firsthand research experience was proposed by the students themselves, who received funding for the expedition through the Faculty of Arts & Science International Course Modules (ICM) program. The group includes senior undergraduates in Russell Pysklywec’s fourth-year geodynamics course and second-year students from Charly Bank’s Earth evolution course.

For more information on the admission requirements to apply to Earth Sciences, please take a look at the University Admissions Bulletin and International Undergraduate Admissions Bulletin.

How to apply to the University of Toronto.

Interested in applying to the University of Toronto?  Here are the steps to apply.

Soldier's Tower at Hart House, University of Toronto

Choose your Program of Study

You can use the Program Finder to discover undergraduate programs and find program-specific requirements.

Admission and English Language Requirements

Look up the University’s Admission Requirements based on your educational background.  Also, check to see if you meet the English Language Requirements.

Applying

Find out which application form you should use.

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Start looking into scholarships and financial aid options right away.  You can find more information under Finances.

Submit your documents

After submitting your application online you will receive information on the next steps including how to submit your documents.

Thinking of applying to Graduate Studies?

If you have inquiries about graduate programs please contact the School of Graduate Studies.

Campus Tours

We recently received a question about visiting the St. George campus during the summer.

Exterior view of Hart House

Each of our campuses offer tours all year round.  The St. George campus runs tours Monday through Friday at 11 am and 2 pm and on Saturdays at 11 am.

U of T Mississauga offers tours Mondays through Thursdays 10 am and 2 pm and Fridays at 11 am.

Exterior view of Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre

 

U of T Scarborough generally offers tours Monday through Friday at 11 am.

Exterior of Humanties Wing Building at UTSC

You can find information on campus tours and book a tour on the Campus Tours page.

We update the campus tours schedule regularly so please keep checking. 🙂

 

 

Cherry Blossoms on the St. George and Scarborough campuses.

Every year, after the onset of Spring, the St. George and Scarborough campuses are adorned with beautiful cherry blossoms.

Cherry blossoms outside Robarts

Close up of cherry blossoms

The cherry blossoms, also know as sakura, were a gift from the Sakura Project, established by the Consulate General of Japan to celebrate the good will and friendship between Canada and Japan.

Two students sitting outside on the grass surrounded by cherry blossoms

If you are planning to be on either campus I would recommend checking them out; the cherry blossoms usually bloom for 4-10 days.

 

It is Entrepreneurship week here at UofT and there is a lot going on.

A team of globally renowned UofT researchers was the driving force behind the new Vector Institute  that launched in Toronto in March 2017.

Located near U of T’s St. George campus, the institute will be Toronto’s and Canada’s claim as global leaders in Artificial Intelligence (AI). Geoffrey Hinton, a U of T Professor Emeritus in computer science and Vice-President Engineering Fellow at Google, will serve as the scientific adviser to the newly created Institute. Learn more.

Picture of Professor Emeritus Geoffrey Hinton

 

ROSS Intelligence, a San Francisco-based startup founded by U of T alumnus Jimoh Ovbiagele and Andrew Arruda, announced the opening of ROSS North, the company’s new research and development headquarters in Toronto. Ovbiagele and Arruda, who were featured in the 2017 edition of Forbes 30 Under 30 list, visited U of T recently and talked about how they want to strengthen their partnership with U of T. Learn more.

Two men standing with a television screen.

UofT turns 190 and Canada is turning 150!

Today we celebrate the University of Toronto’s 190th birthday.

White and blue cupcakes were available across campus including this location at Robarts Library

True Blue is now at #RobartsLibrary handing out cupcakes! Come say hi! #uoft #hbduoft #uoftbulletin

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Also this year, Canada will be turning 150.  Two momentous
celebrations.