University of Toronto

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Campuses & Surroundings

The three campuses of the University of Toronto offer students three unique learning environments and experiences. The campuses are united by their proximity to the business, cultural and artistic heart of Canada. The incredible variety of activities available in Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area contribute to the richness of student life on and off campus.

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  • Map of the Greater Toronto Area and where the three U of T campuses are located.

    Three Campuses

    The University of Toronto's three campuses have a combined reputation for attracting top faculty and students and producing groundbreaking research.
  • Students sitting on benches in the CCT Building.

    U of T Mississauga Campus

    UTM attracts top faculty and students while maintaining an intimate learning community and closely-supervised research opportunities in diverse fields.
  • Three students walking outside between classes.

    U of T Scarborough Campus

    University of Toronto Scarborough campus is a tight-knit community and a hub for research and hands-on learning.
  • Students playing soccer in front of University College.

    U of T St. George Campus

    U of T St. George is steeped in tradition and shaped by new ideas.
  • Downtown Toronto from the sky at night.

    Toronto & GTA

    Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area is a place of unequalled vitality and opportunity in Canada. This is a city built on the diverse contributions and perspectives.
  • A lake surrounded by forests.

    Excursions

    Outside of campus and city life, and within minutes of leaving their respective city centres, students can easily explore dramatic Canadian landscapes, nearby urban areas and small historic communities.
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