Admission Update Regarding Coronavirus COVID-19
The University of Toronto is committed to ensuring that disruptions outside students’ control will not negatively impact those students’ enrolment at the University. We will update the information to applicants and admitted students on Join U of T/email as new information emerges.
- Please read our April Counsellor Update email that was sent out on April 6, 2020. It outlines how we are processing and assessing applications based on available results, releasing offers on schedule, and how you and your students can connect with us.
- For information about events, tours and recruitment activities, please visit: future.utoronto.ca/visit.
- For information about how COVID-19 is affecting admissions and an FAQ, please visit: future.utoronto.ca/apply/covid19.
- The University’s overall COVID FAQ updates are provided here.
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2021-22 Admissions and Programs Updates
- Certificate in Effective Business Practices & Leadership Skills: The Certificate in Effective Business Practices & Leadership Skills provides eligible students the opportunity to participate in a 4-month (non-credit) paid work placement while completing their program of study. Through the certificate, students will gain authentic learning experiences and apply what they are learning in the classroom to workplace environments. This certificate must be completed concurrently with any Department of Management program.
- Neuroscience will now be offered as a major program, in addition to the existing specialist program.
- Exceptionality in Human Learning will no longer be offered as a major program. The specialist program will continue to be offered.
- For first-year students enrolling at UTM in the fall of 2021 and beyond, Communication, Culture, Information & Technology will no longer be a joint program with Sheridan College. UTM will continue to deliver the Honours Bachelor of Arts CCIT degree.
- Theatre, Drama, and Performance Studies (under Humanities) has been renamed to Dramaturgy and Drama Studies. This does not apply to the Theatre and Drama Studies specialist program.
- South Asian Civilizations has been renamed to South Asian Humanities.