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The University of Toronto is home to one of the world's strongest faculties, and produces more research than almost any other university in North America.

1. Students Undergraduate: The University of Toronto is expecting 66,419 undergraduate students in 2012-2013 Domestic: 57,480 International: 8,939 St. George campus is expecting 43,141 undergraduate students Scarborough campus is expecting 11,142 undergraduate students Mississauga campus is expecting 12,136 undergraduate students Toronto School of Theology is expecting 908 undergraduate students Graduate:

The University of Toronto is expecting 15,803 graduate students in 2012 - 2013 Domestic: 13,833 International: 1,970 St. George campus is expecting 15,369 graduate students Scarborough campus is expecting 100 graduate students Mississauga campus is expecting 334 graduate students Toronto School of Theology is expecting 342 graduate students Most of our international students come from China, South Korea, United States, India and Hong Kong. We also have a significant number of students from Pakistan, Malaysia, Japan and the United Kingdom. 2. Faculty and Staff The University of Toronto has 11,581* faculty members as of September 2011, including 5,553 full-time and 6,028 part-time. The University of Toronto has 6,017** staff members as of September 2011, including 5,681 full-time and 336 part-time. The University of Toronto has 161 librarians as of September 2011. *The number inlcudes all active faculty members with teaching/research responsibilities but excludes Research Fellows and Teaching Assistants. **The number includes both unionized and non-unionized employees. U of T also employs 4,528 Teaching Assistants and 839 Sessional Lecturers who are not included above. 3. Alumni The University of Toronto has 496,236 alumni around the world as of Fall 2011. *The number of individuals (both living and deceased) who have graduated from the University of Toronto is 581,079 as of Fall 2011. Programs Undergraduate The University of Toronto offers approximately 709 undergraduate programs. The undergraduate programs with the largest enrolments typically include those in Business/Commerce, Life Sciences and Engineering. Some of the most popular are Management, Psychology, English, Biology and Human Biology. Graduate The University of Toronto offers approximately 215 graduate programs; this includes doctoral and master's programs The University of Toronto offers approximately 63 professional programs plus 18 combined programs, which includes professional master's components Tuition 1. Domestic Undergraduate Programs Tuition cost for first-entry domestic undergraduate students for 2012-2013 ranges from approximately $5,695* to $13,203 depending on the program The University of Toronto has a policy that ensures no student admitted to a program at the university will be unable to enroll or complete the program because they do not have sufficient funds. Graduate Programs (Graduate studies/Masters/PhD/Profession Programs) Tuition cost for domestic graduate students for 2012-2013 ranges from approximately $7,160 to $41,258 depending on the program. All doctoral stream graduate programs guarantee financial support for eligible graduate students. Partial funding may be available to graduate students in other programs. 2. International Undergraduate Programs Tuition cost for international undergraduate students in first-entry programs for 2012-2013 ranges from approximately $24,709 to $31,961 depending on the program Graduate Programs (Graduate studies/Masters/PhD/Profession Programs) Tuition cost for international graduate students for 2012-2013 ranges from approximately $16,886 to $48,293 depending on the program *Tuition fees reported here do not include compulsory non-academic incidental fees.

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Admission Requirements: Ontario Secondary School Diploma with six Grade 12 U/M subjects including ENG4U, and for programs with the calculus prerequisite, MCV4U. Rotman Commerce at U of T St. George requires completion of an online Personal Statement. U of T Scarborough programs require completion of a Supplementary Application Form (SAF). For specific program prerequisites required at the secondary school level choose the appropriate link below: U of T Mississauga U of T St. George U of T Scarborough Additional Information: Every Faculty of Arts and Science, University of Toronto St. George student is a member of one of seven colleges. You must indicate your college preferences when you apply. Selecting a college is a personal decision unrelated to program choice. For information about what to consider when choosing a college, and for some quick facts about each one visit the colleges website. Close attention is paid to subjects required for admission. The "out of school" component of Grade 12 U/M co-op courses will not be accepted for admission purposes. The University of Toronto reserves the right to give preference to students whose marks are the result of a single attempt at each course. What if my first language is not English? You may need to take an English Language Test.

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