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Indigenous University of Toronto

Future Students2019-10-21T15:11:36-04:00

The University of Toronto is a world-renowned university in a celebrated region where knowledge meets achievement, history meets future and ambition meets inspiration.  What might your future look like at U of T?

Student Recruitment

Future Students

First Nations House can assist Indigenous students with their applications to the University of Toronto as well as advocate on students’ behalf. There are multiple pathways into the University, including access programs. To find information about the application process, contact the Recruitment Officer at First Nations House to talk about your options.

Student Recruitment Offices at each campus can also provide valuable information to help students make informed choices about studying at the University of Toronto.

St. George Campus: Enrolment Services

Scarborough (UTSC) Campus: Admissions & Student Recruitment

Mississauga (UTM) Campus: Student Recruitment & Admissions

Transitioning into the University of Toronto

Future Students

The University of Toronto’s access and bridging programs enable adults who do not have the formal requirements for University admission to meet them.

Transitional Year Programme (TYP)

TYP is a full-time, eight-month program for adults who do not have the formal qualifications for university admission. Many participants grew up in communities with little or no access to higher education.

Academic Bridging

Academic Bridging assists students who have been away from formal education for some time and do not meet the University’s formal requirements for admission. Students who successfully complete the Academic Bridging Program are admitted to the Faculty of Arts & Science, with credit towards their degree.

Transitioning into the University of Toronto

Future Students

The University of Toronto’s access and bridging programs enable adults who do not have the formal requirements for University admission to meet them.

Transitional Year Programme (TYP)

TYP is a full-time, eight-month program for adults who do not have the formal qualifications for university admission. Many participants grew up in communities with little or no access to higher education.

Academic Bridging

Academic Bridging assists students who have been away from formal education for some time and do not meet the University’s formal requirements for admission. Students who successfully complete the Academic Bridging Program are admitted to the Faculty of Arts & Science, with credit towards their degree.

Undergraduate Admissions

Prospective Indigenous students need to meet the ‘General’ admissions criteria when applying to most programs at the undergraduate level.

Graduate & Professionals Admissions

Indigenous students can build on their undergraduate degree with U of T’s rich selection of professional and graduate programs. While some programs require university preparation, others require a university degree. See faculty websites for specific admission information.

The School of Graduate Studies provides support and guidance for Indigenous students, including working with non-Indigenous supervisors and navigating hierarchical relationships.

Professional faculties such as Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy and the Faculty of Law also have embedded assistance. Other support services include Supporting Indigenous Graduate Enhancement (SAGE), a student-driven initiative focused on enhancing the academic experiences of Indigenous graduate students at the University of Toronto.

Undergraduate

Admissions

Prospective Indigenous students need to meet the ‘General’ admissions criteria when applying to most programs at the undergraduate level.

Graduate & Professionals

Admissions

Indigenous students can build on their undergraduate degree with U of T’s rich selection of professional and graduate programs. While some programs require university preparation, others require a university degree. See faculty websites for specific admission information.

The School of Graduate Studies provides support and guidance for Indigenous students, including working with non-Indigenous supervisors and navigating hierarchical relationships.

Professional faculties such as Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy and the Faculty of Law also have embedded assistance. Other support services include Supporting Indigenous Graduate Enhancement (SAGE), a student-driven initiative focused on enhancing the academic experiences of Indigenous graduate students at the University of Toronto.

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