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School of Continuing Studies | University of Toronto

University of Toronto

The University of Toronto is Canada’s largest and among its most celebrated universities. The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2016-17 placed the University of Toronto 22nd in the world.

U of T in Numbers

  • Founded in 1827
  • Three campuses in the Greater Toronto Area (St. George, Mississauga, and Scarborough)
  • 85,000+ students
  • 15,000+ international students
  • 17 professional faculties and 13 teaching hospitals
  • 700+ undergraduate programs
  • 250+ graduate programs
  • Among the top 3 research libraries in North America
  • 800+ student clubs and organizations
  • U of T
  • U of T in winter
  • St George Campus
  • OISE Building
  • Robarts Library
  • University College UofT
  • Convocation Hall
  • Tower Road
  • UofT Campus
  • UofT Campus 2
  • Robarts Library 2
  • Graduate House

A History of Success

Many successful English Language Program students have continued their studies at the University of Toronto. “Grade B” or above in Academic English Level 60 satisfies the language-facility requirement for admission to undergraduate and most graduate programs at the University of Toronto.

Our University and College Application Support service can help you apply to study at the University of Toronto and other universities or colleges.

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University of Toronto Enrolment Services can provide more information about the University’s English language-facility requirements.