admission requirements for university of toronto
Important Dates & Deadlines
Each applicant is responsible for ensuring their application includes all the required documents by the deadline. Applicants should log in to ACORN to confirm that all documents have been received. The University will not accept any information after the corresponding deadline has passed, unless otherwise specified.
Apply by November 1: Early Consideration
Submit your completed application, including all supporting documentation and $90 CAD non-refundable application fee ($150 CAD for international applications), no later than November 1 for early consideration.
International applicants should also submit proof of proficiency in written/spoken English by this date (if applicable). Read more about proficiency requirements >
Secondary school applicants must request that your official mid-year marks be submitted as soon as they become available online through your guidance office (for Ontario schools) or directly from the Ministry of Education of your province or country (for out-of-province/country schools).
Applicants to the University of Toronto should present a minimum average of 80% in the following subjects: 6 Grade 12 U or M courses including English.
Applicants must also present a minimum average of 80% in the following subjects: 3 Grade 12 U or M courses including English.
Admission Information for International Students
You must have successfully completed the equivalent of a recognized Canadian secondary school program with grade 12 English.
If your secondary school studies were not entirely in English, you must submit proof of English language proficiency as described below.
If you studied at a high school where all instruction is in English, you are exempt from submitting proof of English language proficiency if you meet one of the following:
- You did your secondary education at a recognized institution in Canada (except Quebec), the United States, Great Britain, Ireland or Australia.
- You have a minimum score of 26 on the ACT Writing test or 600 on the SAT Reasoning Test writing section.
Admission Information for Mature Students
- Mature students are individuals who are 19 years of age or older as of May 1st of the year you intend to begin your studies.
- If you are a mature student and you do not meet the admission requirements for University of Toronto programs, there is an alternative pathway that will allow you to demonstrate academic ability by completing a few courses at the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies.
If this applies to you, please visit the following page for more information: [Continuing education](http://admission.skule.ca/ce/#what-is-the-ce).
Acknowledging That You have Read and Understood the Application Instructions.
When you submit your application, you will be asked to acknowledge that you have read and understood the application instructions. You will also be required to agree to the terms and conditions of the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC). All information must be true and correct, as falsification in any part of your application may result in denial or withdrawal of admission or cancellation after enrolment. Ensure that all supporting documents including transcripts, test results, official letters and essays are submitted by the deadline dates.
Be sure to check out the admissions requirements of your program of interest.
When applying to an undergraduate program, it’s important that you check the admissions requirements of your program of interest. Make sure you’re familiar with the application deadlines and that you meet all the requirements. You’ll need all the required documents, including immunizations and transcripts. You’ll also need to prove your English language proficiency and personal identification.