The University of Toronto has evolved into Canada’s leading institution of learning, discovery, and knowledge creation. The university is rated to be one of the world’s top research-intensive universities. And it has an over 45% acceptance rate, it has over 500,000 alumni doing great around the world, the university is suited in one of the populous cities in Canada, one university with three beautiful campuses that has a working and learning environment.
In addition, the University of Toronto has contributed to the Canadian economy with over $15.7 billion, with over $1.1 billion in research funds awarded. The University of Toronto has 2,547 academic staff, 5000 administrative staff, 45,000 undergraduate, 20,000 Postgraduate.
The University of Toronto has more than 300 academic program choices, and the programs are categorized into six professional faculties, i.e. faculty of Arts and Science, faculty of applied science & engineering, faculty of architecture, landscape, and design, faculty of music, Rotman commerce.
The University of Toronto accepts over 90,000 applicants across the world, almost all the campuses and professional faculties in the University of Toronto accept transfer credits, starting from high school, college, second degree, two years of university or less all are eligible to apply for the transfer credit to the University of Toronto.
Transfer credit information in U of T varies, depending on the faculty and the level of the intended applicant. Be sure to check if the intended programs consider in U of T faculty. The transfer credit assessment is mandatory for all students from outside the University of Toronto.
Admission is based on the program applicant intend to study, Results from your previous post-secondary studies,
Academic performance in matriculation/high school, transcript, also if your first language is not English, you may need to take an English language test, and this will stand as proof of English language proficiency.
When applying for transfer credit into the University of Toronto, the application for internal students is different from international students, if you are an internal transfer student from any of the University of Toronto campuses, you are not required to submit a transfer credit application. For post-secondary transfer students, transfer credits application is mandatory, also transfer application can be accessible with the payment of $30.00.
There are two types of applications:
OUAC 105 application: this is for students who are not currently studying in Canada.
University of Toronto international application: this is for students who reside outside of Canada, are not currently studying in Canada.
Note: all applications are submitted through the Ontario universities application Centre (OUAC)
Originally posted 2021-03-23 13:06:42.