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The University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) is a place where exceptional students are nurtured and learn to succeed. Students come to explore their potential, share their passions, and grow into the leaders, visionaries, entrepreneurs, artists and intellectuals that our society needs.

Before you Apply

  1. Learn about UTM. Learn about our program and admission requirements, residence options, financial aid and scholarship opportunities, and what to do after you've applied.
  2. Visit our Campus. A university degree is a big investment. You want to make sure the campus you choose fits who you are and want to be. We host daily campus tours, eventful on-campus open houses, and even some weekend visits, all to help you decide UTM is right for you.
  3. Check your eligibility. If English is not your first language, you may need to take an English Language test. If you are an international student, you should also research the additional information needed to study in Canada (e.g. Visas & Permits). Use this website to help you prepare your application.

Submitting Your Application

  • In most cases, application to UTM is completed online via the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC). Make sure you review our deadlines and application procedures based on your educational background.
  • International students have the option to apply directly to the University of Toronto if they do not wish to apply to any other post-secondary institution in Ontario.
  • As part of your application, you may be required to submit additional documents. Only send us what we ask you to and do so before the deadline. We will communicate with you regarding your next steps after you submit an application.


  • New students are expected to begin their studies with us in September; UTM does not offer a January start time.

Learn more about our deadlines, required documents, what to do after you apply, and how we make decisions by following the links below.

Canadian Students

Whether you're coming from Umimmak School in Grise Fiord, Nunavut or Harrow District High School in Essex, Ontario, welcome!

International Students

We are home to a community of active learners drawn from all over the globe. Join us!

Alternative Pathways

Don't have the traditional requirements for university? Our pathways may be able to help.

International Baccalaureate

1 million students in over 150 countries partake in the International Baccalaureate program every year.

Dates & Deadlines

Application deadlines and other important admissions dates.

English Language Requirements

English is the primary language of instruction at UTM. Here's how you can meet U of T English language requirements.


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Transfer Credits

The transfer credit assessment is an evaluation of all your previous post-secondary experience and may give you a head start when you begin with us.

After Applying

Learn about your next steps, how we make decisions, and when you can expect to hear from us.