UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO (MISSISSAUGA), MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO - ADMISSION

Mississauga, OntarioLOCATION
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Estd 1827Established Year
  14682Enrollment
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University of Toronto (Mississauga) Admission 2020-2021, Requirement, Deadline & Acceptance Rate

Updated On - November 13th 2019By -  Bhavya Rawal

The university aces in providing nearly 700 undergraduate programs in different fields such as Humanities and Social Sciences, Life Sciences, Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Commerce and Management, Computer Science, Engineering, Kinesiology, and Physical Education, Music and Architecture.

  • University of Toronto believes in granting admission on basis of academic background, regardless of candidate’s age.
  • Aspiring students need to visit official website to check in detail about the appropriate level of education and program of interest in order to seek university’s admission requirement.
  • International Students can apply online through application form available on the official website of the university.
  • Students are required to fill OUAC 105F International Application for applying to any course in more than one university in Ontario.
  • If Students have applied with OUAC 105 application, they need not apply to U of T separately.

U of T is home to nearly 18% of International student body, with students coming from 168 countries and regions. For maximum benefit for its students, university provides various admission and in-course scholarships along with financial aid.

University of Toronto Admission Schedule

Application process for almost all the courses is ongoing. The application process for admission to university of Toronto starts during fall of the year (from November) and is summed by rising of next year (January).

Important EventDate

Start of Application Process

November 2017

End of Application Process

January 2018

Application Fee

CAD 180

Exam Required

TOEFL (Test of English as Foreign Language) or
IELTS (International English Language Testing System)

University of Toronto Admission for Undergraduate Program

Application Deadlines for all International Students to Full-Time Under- Graduate Programs are as follows:

Applied Science and Engineering

January 10

Architecture, Landscape, and Design

January 10

Faculty of Arts and Science, U of T St. George

January 10

International Foundation Program

January 10

Kinesiology & Physical Education

January 17

Music (incl. International Foundation Program)

January 17

Medical Radiation Sciences

February 1

Nursing

January 15

Physician Assistant

January 15

U of T Mississauga

January 10

U of T Scarborough

January 10

University of Toronto Admission for Part-time Studies (Summer and Fall Sessions)

Application deadlines for part-time studies (summer and fall sessions) are as follows:

Campus or Faculty

Summer Session(May Start)

Fall Session(September Start)

Applied Science and Engineering

N/A

January 10

Faculty of Arts and Science, U of T St. George

January 10

January 10

U of T Mississauga

January 10

January 10

U of T Scarborough

January 10

January 10

University of Toronto Admission for Non-Degree Program (Summer and Fall sessions)

Application deadlines for a Non-Degree program (summer and fall sessions) are as follows:

Campus or Faculty

Summer Session(May Start)

Fall Session(September Start)

Faculty of Arts and Science, U of T St. George

January 10

June 2

U of T Mississauga

January 10

June 2

U of T Scarborough

January 10

June 2

University of Toronto Eligibility for International Students

There are various requirements set by the University to meet their eligibility criteria for admission into various Graduate and Under-Graduate courses

  1. English Language Requirement

International Students applying for various Graduate and Under-Graduate courses in University of Toronto have to appear for exams like:

  • TOEFL (Test of English as Foreign Language)
  • IELTS (International English Language Testing System)

There are various other tests that are accepted by the University for meeting their English Language requirement.

  1. Academic Excellence Requirement

University of Toronto sets a benchmark with admitting academically excellent students. Hence, only those applicants who have attained a high level of academic achievement and who completely satisfy prerequisites will be admitted.

University will be required documents stating marks in your 10+2 level (for undergraduate courses) or college level (for post-graduate courses)

University of Toronto Admission Process

International Students interested in applying to University of Toronto have to apply using “University of Toronto International Application” available at adm.utoronto.ca/applications

  • Students need to apply for a study permit and entry visa (depending on citizenship) as soon as you receive your letter of admission from the University.
  • You can obtain applications for these documents from a Canadian embassy or consulate before departing.
  • One can also seek help from Centre for International Experience to have relief while facing unexpected challenges during their stay in Canada.

While applying for undergraduate program, if a student is under 18, he or she might be asked by Immigration Canada to find a Canadian citizen to act as a guardian. Your family is responsible for satisfying this requirement.

Details about applying to University of Toronto

Due to limited seats, students are advised to apply well before in advance.

  • After Applying for the admission to University of Toronto, you will receive a confirmation mail within a week of applying.
  • The mail will include information about your OINid/UTORid, your University of Toronto applicant number, and full information about the next steps in the application process.
  • Students must have entered their correct/active e-mail or mailing address so that university authorities can contact you for the admission process.
  • Students should make sure that they have submitted the required documents before the mentioned deadlines.
  • The eligibility for admission will be considered only when the candidate has submitted all the documents related to academic records and other additional information requested by division to which you have applied.

NOTE: The University of Toronto does not interact with agencies (educational "agents") in order to recruit students to undergraduate programs.

105F International Application for International Applicants

International Students aspiring for admission to University of Toronto need to fill OUAC 105 International Application form.

Fill in OUAC 105 application if the following points apply to you:

  • You are not a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident, and/or
  • You currently reside outside Canada
  • You are not currently attending Ontario High School day program (either in Ontario or Abroad)

Note: If both the applications are submitted, U of T International Application will be canceled with no refund of fee.

How is an application considered at the University of Toronto?

University of Toronto witnesses nearly 88,766 total enrolments and being one of the world’s best university, the authority scrutinizes every application to admit best students.

  • First step is to verify whether students meet general admission requirements of the university.
  • Subsequent to this, secondly authority verify that the students meet program-specific requirements
  • The third assessment is based on academic records of the students. University looks into last 2 years of study.
  • Admission authority might also consider various factors for admission like consistency; where and when courses were completed – regular day school, night school, summer school; and the number of times any courses have been attempted.
  • University then considers the score of test required for admission (IELTS, TOEFL, etc.)

University of Toronto Admission Requirement

Students must submit all the necessary documents for all secondary or post-secondary studies.

  • The name of candidate must be clearly visible on the documents provided
  • Documents have to be submitted only once even when applying to more than one program at University of Toronto
  • AP, SAT, ACT, IB, TOEFL, IELTS, and COPE/ELDA test scores have to be submitted.
  • Documents have to be submitted electronically via Parchment/Naviance/OUAC.
  • International Students can submit their documents through join.utoronto.ca or the Engineering Applicant Portal
  • join.utoronto.ca or the Engineering Applicant Portal works in cases your university or college is located outside Ontario, Canada or USA

It is recommended that students submit their documents prior to the deadline mentioned on official website as admission to the university is an ongoing process and the seats might get filled before the last date of admission process.

Contact Details of University of Toronto

Enrolment Services
University of Toronto
172 St. George Street
Toronto, Ontario
M5R 0A3

Telephone inquiries:  Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Tuesday: 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Telephone:  416-978-2190

Fax: 416-978-7022

After receiving the acceptance letter from the university, the applicant will have to apply for a VISA to study in Canada to complete the admission process.

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