University of Toronto - Scarborough
About U of T
The University of Toronto is one of the world’s great public research universities where talented students have affordable access to some of the world’s best scholars and researchers. No university in Canada, and few in North America, can match the range and reputation of U of T’s programs.
About the Scarborough Campus
An anchor institution in the eastern GTA, U of T Scarborough combines the intimacy of a close-knit campus with the breadth of the liberal arts and the depth and rigor of one of the world’s best research universities. Fostering a vibrant culture of community engagement, U of T Scarborough students cross academic and geographic boundaries in their pursuit of knowledge.
The dynamic campus life features more than 2,000 student groups. Located next to popular natural landmarks in Toronto’s greenest area, U of T Scarborough is situated in one of Toronto’s most diverse and multicultural neighbourhoods. New buildings by award-winning architects characterize U of T Scarborough's transformational growth. The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre — a world-class fitness and training centre — represents Canada’s largest investment in amateur sport infrastructure, opened to U of T Scarborough students and the community in September 2014, and hosted events for the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan American Games.
With more than 215 program options offered in 85 areas of study, U of T Scarborough is the sole U of T campus to offer paid co-op programs within industries in the arts, science and business. Co-op enhances university education with real-world work experience that fosters a true partnership between academics and industry. Consequently, our co-op graduates are highly marketable and very much in demand by top employers.
We also offer Canada’s only undergraduate Paramedicine degree program and U of T's only Journalism program. Exciting combined degree programs allow students to work on undergraduate and graduate credentials concurrently. The new BBA/BSc double degree (pending approval) will combine Management and Statistics programs into a powerful offering that will have students graduate with both a business degree and a science degree.