University of Toronto - Mississauga
The University of Toronto Mississauga is a vibrant and active undergraduate and graduate campus that offers the benefits of a University of Toronto education in a beautiful, park-like setting. U of T Mississauga’s outstanding facilities, including a spectacular library and academic learning centre, as well as a recreation, athletics and wellness complex, are set in 225 acres of protected green space.
The campus is home to approximately 13,800 full- and part-time students who are pursuing U of T degrees in arts, science, commerce and business.
U of T Mississauga offers more than 147 programs in 89 areas of study including humanities, social sciences, sciences and business. The interdisciplinary focus of many programs allows you to pursue degrees in more than one subject area. For example, studies in business and communication are brought together in Digital Enterprise Management; life science, ethics and social issues are brought together in Biotechnology. Courses are taught by world-renowned scholars and researchers who are committed to excellent undergraduate teaching.
U of T Mississauga is also home to professional master’s programs in Management and Professional Accounting, Biotechnology and Biomedical Communication. A diploma in Investigative and Forensic Accounting is also offered. Combined Honours Bachelor’s/Master’s degree programs are offered in environmental management, environmental science, psychology/child study & education, and exceptionality in human learning/child study & education. Honours Bachelor of Arts/Master of Information programs are available in digital enterprise management, interactive digital media, and communication, culture, information & technology.
The innovative Academic Culture and English (ACE) program is designed for students who have been admitted to the U of T Mississauga but who require additional English language skills training. Completing the ACE@UTM program may be a condition of an offer of admission. ACE@UTM is specifically designed to target the development of communication, research and study skills. The skills acquired will lead participants toward greater success in their studies.
The U of T Mississauga is also an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) testing centre.