The University of Toronto, known locally as the U of T, has long been regarded as Canada’s best university, and is highly sought-after by students from all over the world.

Originally named ‘King’s College’ in its inception in 1827, the name was changed later changed in 1850 upon becoming a secular institute. The U of T is well-known as having trained many Prime Ministers, Governor Generals and Foreign leaders, and has been affiliated with 94 Rhodes scholars, 10 Nobel Laureates and 3 Turin Award winners.

As a research university, the U of T receives significant research funding, and is proud to be responsible for some of the world’s most prominent discoveries including the discovery of insulin and the development of multi-touch technology.

With up to 700 undergraduate programs and 200 postgrads, you’re sure to find a program to suit your interests and goals amongst U of T’s 20 Academic Units including Applied Science and Engineering, Nursing, Education and Forestry.

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