Applications open: October 15, 2020
Application deadline: December 1, 2020
Deadline to submit supporting documents: December 3, 2020
Prepare all required documents for the application.
Names and email addresses of three referees
Three reference letters are required to complete your application. At least two letters should speak to your ability to conduct independent research at the graduate level. Referees with extensive research or academic experience are preferred. We strongly recommend that you contact your referees in advance in order to confirm their willingness to act as a reference for you, to confirm their institutional email addresses, and to tell them to expect an email from our system (it will include the words “University of Toronto” and your name in the subject line). Only Adobe PDF format will be accepted.
Your referees’ emails must be their official institutional address. For example, Gmail addresses are not acceptable. If a referee does not have an institutional address, you may include a link to your referee’s contact web page showing their email address in the ‘Additional Information’ section of the departmental application form.
On the application you will be asked to rank your research interests and faculty members whom you would like to work with.
Statement of purpose
A personal essay of up to two pages in length that discusses your career goals, why you want to do research, the areas of research that interest you, and your skills or qualifications. Describe any original research that you have done – the results, their importance, and your particular contributions. If you have specific research plans, outline them here. Include the names of any faculty members whom you are particularly interested in working with. Be concise and use specific examples rather than vague general statements.
Provide a resume or CV detailing your educational, professional, and other experience. List any publications with complete citations including all authors, the publication venue, date, page numbers, and whether it was peer-reviewed.
Official academic transcripts
We require applicants to upload only an unofficial scan or printout of their documents during the application process. Students who receive a conditional offer of admission will be asked to submit official copies of all final transcripts (and in some cases, degree certificates) prior to registration.
SGS Application Portal
Application to the Department of Computer Science graduate program begins with an application to U of T’s School of Graduate Studies (SGS). At this stage, you provide basic information and pay the application fee of $125 (CAD). You will not be asked for referee details at this stage.
After this, within 24-48 hours, you will receive an email with instructions to complete the departmental application form, as described in step 3.
Department of Computer Science Application
With your SGS application number, complete the Department of Computer Science application form at the URL given in the email you received. On this form, you will include your referee information and supporting documents.
Note that the School of Graduate Studies application system does not automatically update when the departmental application form has been submitted. For the most up-to-date status of your application, please view the “Application status” field of your form on the Department of Computer Science’s graduate application system.
English-Language Test and GRE Scores
If applicable, please arrange to send your English-language test scores and/or GRE scores electronically to the University of Toronto’s Enrolment Services. This information can also be noted unofficially on your application.
Some applicants may be required to complete an online interview with a member of the Graduate Admissions committee or potential supervisors.
We aim to notify applicants of the result of their application between February and the end of April.
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How to Apply
Ready to apply to the University of Toronto and join one of the world’s top universities? Select the appropriate online application in this section and learn about each step in our application process. You’ll also learn more about submitting academic records and other required documents, and how to monitor the status of your application after you’ve applied.
Find Important Application dates here.
It depends on what you’re applying to, but most programs do not require additional applications. Some programs, colleges and campuses ask students to fill out an added application or profile. You should receive an e-mail that will indicate if you need to fill out an application, where you can find it and what the deadline is. You can also find this information by looking up your intended program’s requirements in the Program Finder.
Find out which application you should use, depending on whether you’re a current Ontario high school student, an applicant from another Canadian province or territory, an international applicant, or in another circumstance. Find out more here.
Find out about U of T’s English Language Requirements and proof of English facility here.
If you have completed college or university studies, AP, IB, GCE, CAPE, or French Bacc. examinations you may be eligible for transfer credit at the University of Toronto. Transfer credits are assessed after admission.
Find out more about transfer credit at U of T.
All changes to your application should be made before the application deadline.
If you have applied on a 101 or 105 application and wish to make changes to your initial application, you must do this by logging in to the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre website (www.ouac.on.ca).
All other applicants (International/Internal/Part-Time/Non-Degree) should log onto Join U of T, click on Check Status, and follow the instructions for making changes to your application.
We do not accept any changes or corrections via e-mail or telephone.
Following recent recommendations from public health officials, Enrolment Services will be doing its part to help halt the spread of COVID-19. Starting Tuesday, March 17, 2020, Enrolment Services will be closed to in-person visits; however, Client Services staff will be available to assist you by phone and email during regular business hours:
Telephone inquiries are answered on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and on Tuesday from 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Please note that for the months of July and August our summer phone hours will be until 4:00 p.m. Regular phone hours will resume in September.
Where follow up appointments are necessary these will be held by phone.
Financial aid, including OSAP, UTAPS, and Part-Time Financial Assistance: [email protected]
Financial Aid including Canadian provinces outside Ontario, including submission of required documents for out of province financial aid: [email protected]
Financial Aid for United States Citizens, including US Federal Student Aid loan opportunities, private loans (non-government), Veteran Affairs certification requests for benefits & education tax credits: [email protected]
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If you are unable to begin your degree studies this fall, you may request a one-year deferral of your offer of admission. Deferrals are not guaranteed and will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Deferral requests that are approved will include deferral of eligible entrance scholarship(s) awarded – check the terms of your award for conditions & eligibility – and the residence guarantee, if applicable. Ensure you have satisfied the conditions of your offer and paid the admission deposit (if required). Deferral applications will be available in July 2020. Please note that offers to non-degree studies and the International Foundations Program are not eligible for deferral.
You will receive an acknowledgment from U of T, with login instructions for our applicant website, about two weeks after you submit your application.
For master’s programs and full-time special students, an appropriate bachelor’s degree, or its equivalent, with a final-year average of at least mid-B from a recognized university.
For doctoral programs: an appropriate master’s degree, or its equivalent, with an average of at least B+ or demonstrated comparable research competence some departments admit directly to the doctoral program from a bachelor’s degree for highly qualified candidates (minimum average A- required)
Many graduate units (departments, centres, and institutes) have higher minimum requirements than the minimum SGS requirements. As we receive many more applications each year from excellent candidates than we have placements available, meeting the minimum admissions requirement does not necessarily guarantee admission.
Use the international degree equivalencies tool to see which international credentials are required for master’s and doctoral admissions at U of T.
Minimum Requirements: English-Language Proficiency Testing
As English is the primary language of instruction and communication at the University of Toronto, applicants must demonstrate an adequate level of proficiency in English, regardless of their citizenship status or country of origin. It is important that these students follow SGS policies on ELP testing requirements and take one of the required tests for admission to a graduate program.
Applicants from universities outside Canada where English is not the primary language of instruction must provide results of an English language proficiency examination as part of their application. Tests must have been taken within the last 24 months at the time of submission of their application.
Please note that these scores reflect the School of Graduate Studies’ minimum requirements. Some programs have higher minimum required scores. Please consult the web page of the graduate unit you are applying to in order to be sure you meet their minimum requirements.
Non-Degree Special Students
Non-degree special students are those who choose to take coursework and are not registered in a program of study that leads to a degree. Non-degree special students must submit an application for admission for each academic year of study.Full-time special students pay the full-time academic fee. Special students enrolling on a part-time basis will pay for each course or half-course. Fees paid as a special student cannot be applied to any subsequent degree program. Refund dates are different for part-time special students; check the Student Accounts website for details.
Before applying, you should identify the courses you wish to take and obtain approval from the graduate unit offering the course.
- Full-time special students must have completed an appropriate bachelor’s degree with good academic standing (mid B), from a recognized university. At least two letters of reference are required for full-time special students.
- Part-time special students must hold an appropriate bachelor’s degree, or its equivalent, from a recognized university. Applicants who are accepted with less than mid-B standing are not normally considered admissible to a master’s degree at a later date.
- Other qualifications as specified by a graduate unit.
Some graduate units require a Graduate Records Examination (GRE). Check with your graduate unit.
If English is not your primary language and you graduated from a non-Canadian university where the language of instruction and examination was not English, then you must demonstrate your proficiency in English. See more details on English-language proficiency testing.
The University of Toronto offers an online admissions application to make the process quick and simple for potential students. Before beginning the application, we advise that you carefully read the application instructions, requirements, and deadlines for your chosen academic program provided on the program’s website.
There is a CDN $125 application fee. This fee is non-refundable and non-transferable. A supplementary application fee may be assessed depending upon the program to which you are applying. The supplementary application fee can be found at the program’s website or at the payment step of the online application.
Application deadlines vary by program. Please visit your graduate unit’s website.
Important information about admissions, funding and visa applications to study at a university in Canada
With its outstanding natural beauty, welcoming society and globally recognised universities, it’s easy to see why so many international students choose to study in Canada.
In fact, two of the country’s top institutions, the University of Toronto and the University of British Columbia, are together home to the greatest number of international students in North America.
The multicultural country is consistently ranked as one of the best nations in the world for quality of life, with Vancouver and Toronto regularly placing in the top 10 most liveable cities globally.
Applying to universities in Canada has its own timelines and processes, so we’ve collected the information that you’ll need to secure your place as an undergraduate.
Where to apply
Some international students hope to experience life in one of the country’s bustling metropolises, while others look forward to studying in a small Canadian town. There are 147 public post-secondary institutions in Canada within the nation’s 10 diverse provinces and three territories, so you have many options to choose from.
If you’re looking for a competitive university, you’ll find some of the best in the world in Canada. Five institutions in the country place in the top 100 in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, including the University of Toronto, the University of British Columbia and McGill University.
No matter where you apply, you can enjoy an active lifestyle with national parks, lakes, mountains, ski slopes, ice rinks and more within easy reach, as well as a vibrant arts and culture scene across the country.
Choosing what to study
When you apply to a Canadian university, you’ll typically choose a general area of study that interests you, such as arts, science, forestry or kinesiology. You’ll then have the option of specialising further after a year or two of study.
You might be interested in engineering, for example, and discover that you want to focus on environmental engineering after your first year. Or perhaps you’ll study a combination of subjects that suits your career trajectory, such as music and management, through many universities’ dual-degree or double-major options.
A number of Canadian institutions also offer the opportunity to customise your degree to your interests beyond the classroom. You might want to give undergraduate research a try, or gain international experience studying at partner universities across the world. Many Canadian universities also provide cooperative education programmes, which are paid, full-time placements in a variety of work settings relevant to your degree.
No matter which path you choose, you’ll be able to design a flexible degree programme and take part in academic activities that will set you up for success after graduation.
Depending on the institution, you can start your degree at various times – generally September, January or May – although most universities are set up for you to begin the year in September.
Applications usually open 11 months before a programme starts. Deadlines vary for each institution, but most need to have received your application by spring at the latest.
In addition to your academic performance, Canadian universities will sometimes consider supplementary information such as a written personal profile, a video or a portfolio. Recommendations or reference letters are generally not required.
You’ll most likely apply directly to the institution, unless you hope to go to university in the province of Ontario, when you’ll use the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) system. In both cases, you should expect to pay a one-time application fee; and in some instances, you’ll be asked for the results of an English competency test, such as Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Test System (IELTS).
Graduates from Canadian universities maintain an excellent reputation with employers, so investing in a degree from the country can offer a high return.
Tuition fees for international undergraduates vary significantly. They can range from C$11,000 to C$59,000 per year, depending on what you want to study and which institution you choose. You’ll be able to discover what your tuition fees are by type of degree programme by checking each university’s website.
Those websites will also provide information on scholarships and financial awards for international students. Most of these scholarship programmes are merit-based, meaning that your previous academic performance will determine whether you are eligible.
Some universities also have hybrid awards, which are scholarships given on the basis of merit and financial need. Some examples of these hybrid awards are Trent University’s International Global Citizen Scholarships and the University of British Columbia’s International Scholars Program.
The Canadian government, too, provides a selection of scholarships for international students.
Although funding support is available, most international students will need to plan on self-financing the majority of their education and living costs.
Before you come to Canada, you’ll need to apply for a study permit if you’re going to be at university for more than six months. A study permit is a document issued by the Canadian government that allows foreign nationals to study at a designated learning institution in Canada.
Once you’ve received your letter of acceptance from an institution, you’ll need to apply for your permit. It will be your own responsibility to secure a study permit, but a number of universities offer step-by-step guides or checklists to help you work through the process of gathering documents and information.
Your study permit will allow you to work on or off campus without applying for a separate work permit, within certain restrictions. Should you wish to remain in Canada after graduation to obtain some work experience, you are able to pursue this through Canada’s Post-Graduation Work Permit Program.
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The Application Process
How to Apply
Learning how to apply to U of T Mississauga is a fairly straightforward process. This page will walk you through it!
Now that you’ve applied, learn about your next steps, how we make decisions, and when you can expect to hear from us.
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Admission Requirements & Next Steps
A university degree is a big investment. Before you apply, you might want to consider learning about our program and admission requirements. If you’re ready, here is where you will find information about our requirements based on your educational background and other admissions information.
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Looking to pursue, or continue, your education after some time away? We have a number of opportunities for you to access studies for the first time or if you’re changing direction.
1 million students in over 150 countries partake in the International Baccalaureate program every year. If you are currently enrolled in or have completed the IB Diploma, here’s what you need to know!
The transfer credit assessment is an evaluation of all your previous post-secondary experience and may give you a head start when you begin with us.
Dates & Deadlines
Application dates, scholarship reminders, residence guarantee deadline, and other important admissions dates. There’s a lot to keep track of!
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English Language Requirements
English is the primary language of instruction at the University. Here’s how you can meet U of T’s English language requirements.
Admission Update Regarding COVID-19
We understand this is a stressful time for students preparing for post-secondary studies. School closures and exam delays are affecting both high school and post-secondary students around the world, and there is uncertainty about the extent of disruption we will all face before normal activities can resume. We will continue to monitor the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the school year and will be as flexible as possible throughout the admission process. As specific questions arise throughout the year we will update this page.
We are now accepting applications for September 2021 and January 2022
Incoming graduate students to the Department of Biochemistry will participate in rotations during the first term of their studies. Students will undertake 3 rotations, each lasting 5 weeks. At the end of the third rotation, students will decide in which lab (in agreement with the PI) they will conduct their studies.
The rotation system will improve the fit of the incoming student, with their prospective PI and the laboratory.
International applicants who are accepted will need to secure a sponsor as a condition of admission. A sponsor is a Faculty member who provides a commitment of placement in the event that you are not able to secure a placement in a different lab after the rotation process. The deadline for securing your sponsor for September admissions is May 31st (for applicants in the first review), and July 31st (for applicants in the final review). January applicants will have until November 30th.
Applicants should ensure they have read all of the instructions and admission requirements below before submitting an online application.
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Requirements for Admission
Applicants from Canadian Universities
We consider applications from students who have achieved at least a B+ average in their last two years of study in an honours or specialist B.Sc. program in biochemistry, molecular biology, or cell biology, as well as students with strong academic credentials in honours/specialist programs in related disciplines, including physics, chemistry, and computer science. Applications from students with M.Sc. degrees in these areas will also be considered for admission. Applications from outstanding students in other programs or subject areas will also be considered. Applications that do not meet the minimum requirements will not be considered.
Applicants from Universities Outside Canada
Applicants educated outside of Canada require a degree equivalent to that of a Canadian Honours/Specialist degree (i.e. a four-year degree) as described above. In some cases this may be an M.Sc. degree. It should be in biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology, or in a related subject area before being considered for entry into our graduate program.
English Language Proficiency (TOEFL/ IELTS Test)
If the language of instruction at your university is not English, we require an English language test. Tests must have been taken within the last 24 months at the time of submission of your application. Please review equivalent English-language facility test for minimal acceptable scores and exemptions.
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Application Process – for all applicants
- Online application (submitted electronically)
- Letter of Intent (submitted electronically) 1 – 2 pages
- Curriculum Vitae (submitted electronically) 1 – 3 pages
- Three letters of reference (submitted electronically)
- Official transcripts from ALL university programs attended (submitted electronically).
Note: Transcripts from Canadian Universities only: a PDF print out from your schools online student record system will be accepted in lieu of scanned official transcripts for the review process – Provided that it includes your name and grading legend.
Applicants who completed their degree outside of a Canadian University must also submit:
- English Language Proficiency exam (University of Toronto code: 0982)
Please note that we are only accepting International students for Ph.D. or Direct-entry PhD. We are unable to accept International students for the MSc program at this time.
Direct Entry into the Ph.D. Program
Applicants with exceptionally strong undergraduate records may request direct entry into the Ph.D. program.
For additional information, please contact:
Graduate Program Administrator
All applications to graduate school at the University of Toronto are made online through the School of Graduate Studies (SGS). Get Application: SGS Online Application
Letter of Intent
What drives your passion for research? Please submit a 1 to 2 page Letter of Intent. In the letter of intent, please indicate specific areas of research that are of interest to you, and if possible, specify PIs whose research aligns well with your interests.
Curriculum Vitae (CV)
Letters of Reference
We require three letters of reference from people familiar with the applicant’s academic/research capabilities. To do this, you must submit an email address for each reference at the time of filling out the online application form.
Applicants should use institutional email addresses for their referees (gmail, Yahoo, hotmail etc. will be prohibited).
It is also very important that the applicant enters the correct referee email addresses as revisions cannot be made once the application has been submitted. After the method of payment has been selected, an email will be automatically sent to each of the referees with a link to the reference form and instructions on how to submit it online.
Applicants applying for the January 15th deadline must advise their references the correct document deadline as the system will automatically indicate the April 30th deadline in the instructions they receive.
All applicants are required to upload a scanned copy of their Official transcripts (including transcript legends) from ALL post-secondary institutions attended. Accepted applicants will be required to send official paper copies of your transcript(s) as a condition of admission.
It is important that your uploaded transcripts are legible. Scanning in “gray scale” or black and white may produce the best results. Preview your PDF for image quality and completeness prior to uploading. Ensure your transcripts are not password protected. If you are unable to upload a legible document, you will need to have an official transcript mailed to the Biochemistry Graduate Office.
Official University of Toronto Admission 2021-2022| Requirements & Dates
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To apply for any Australian universities, below are things to note:
Step 1: Choose your course and education provider
Carefully research courses, institutions, and their locations. Consider the areas of specialization offered through different courses and which specializations will best suit your intended career path.
Once you have decided on the best course, you need to find out which education providers offer it and which provider best suits your requirements. You should consider the size of the campus, the available facilities, and the support services offered for international students.
You can use the Course Search and Institution Search to help you research Australian education providers and the courses they offer, as well as make an inquiry.
Step 2: Apply
- your personal details
- certified proof of your level of English language proficiency
- details of your previous academic qualifications, such as academic transcripts
- your course preferences — the course(s) you are applying for
- a summary of your employment experience (if applicable).
Step 3: Have your application processed
Once the education provider receives your application it will be assessed and you will be notified of the result. It may take a few weeks (longer for postgraduate applications) before your application is processed.
Step 4: Accept your offer
If your application is accepted, you will receive a letter of offer and an acceptance form. Before accepting the offer, you should carefully read the letter of offer and check any conditions that may apply. You will need to meet these conditions before the institution issues a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE). You may also be required to pay tuition fees before your institution issues a CoE. The institution will advise you of its requirements.
Step 5: Prepare for departure
How to Apply for the University of Toronto admission 2021
Applying at the University of Toronto for Admission 2021 is “as simple as ABC”,
Simply log in to the Official University of Toronto Website… or University of Toronto Student Portal, on that page, navigate to Admission, follow the on Screen Instructions
Here is some advice to help with your course application:
Step 1: Choose your course and education provider
Step 2: Apply
Step 3: Have your application processed
Step 4: Accept your offer
Step 5: Prepare for departure
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How to Apply
1. Choose Your Program
Explore our programs. Chances are, we’ve got what you’re looking for.
2. Learn about Admissions Requirements
Confirm your program’s admission requirements by consulting the SGS Calendar. Visit your graduate unit’s website to confirm application procedures and deadlines. Some requirements you should consider: prerequisite degrees and courses, minimum GPA, application deadlines, and confirmation of supervision
3. Prepare Your Application
Review all the admission requirements for your chosen program. Plan enough time to submit your application and all supporting documents before the deadline. Note that referees will only receive reference requests when you pay the application fee, so give your referees plenty of time to submit their references.
4. Apply Online
Use our online application system to create a personal profile and begin the submission. Set aside 30-60 minutes to create a personal profile on our online application system, including your personal information and academic history. Please note that you will not be able to make changes to this information after paying the application fee.
Frequently Asked Questions
Wondering how to apply from overseas? Looking for a supervisor? Search the FAQs and get the answers you need.
Do you have questions about your financial situation? Reach out to your Graduate Unit for more information about funding packages. For details about awards, scholarships and emergency funding, explore the opportunities.
Doctoral-stream graduate programs at the University of Toronto offer a range of financial supports to graduate students to offset the cost of their graduate education.