Student Life

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 Student Life with MBiotech

Established in 1967, the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) is U of T's second-largest division with a student population of just over 14,000.

Featuring 15 academic departments, an Institute for Management & Innovation, and an Institute Communication, Culture, Information and Technology, 148 programs and 89 areas of study, UTM offers undergraduate and interdisciplinary graduate studies programs. The campus also boasts a vibrant research environment, and many of its faculty and researchers are recognized internationally for their innovative work.

UTM’s award-winning facilities are situated on 225 acres of protected greenbelt along the Credit River, 33 kilometres west of U of T’s Downtown Toronto (St. George) Campus.

UTM is a vibrant community where you can feel supported and encouraged.

— Learn More About the Campus 

› Who We Are

 MBiotech students come from a variety of academic backgrounds rooted in science. Our classes consists of students from across Canada and abroad. The average Biopharmaceutical Stream class consists of 42 students. The average Digital Health Technologies Stream class consists of 16 students.  You can learn more about our MBiotech students by checking out our Student Profile Directory.


› MBiotech Class Representatives 

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MBiotech Class Representatives are called upon at various points during the year to organize, assist with and participate in various events and duties. Class reps also act as a liaison between the class-at-large and Program Staff, providing a focused channel between these parties. 

Meet Our Class Representatives

› IMI Graduate Student Committee (IMI GSC)


The IMI Graduate Student Committee (IMI GSC) is comprised of representatives from 6 IMI programs: MMPAMMIMBiotechMScSMMUI, and MScBMC*.

As a student led group, the aim of IMI GSC is to create an interdepartmental community where graduate students from all corners of science, business and technology can build connections and broaden their networking circles. Individual programs at IMI do an excellent job at giving their students an exposure to the workforce, through alumni events, internships, and interactive class projects etc. The GSC enhances these program strengths, and is committed to furthering the student experience by offering cross disciplinary interactions and conversations..

Our goal is to give students an opportunity to broaden their networking circles and build contacts with current and future IMI graduate students.

Learn more about the IMI GSC

› Campus & Student Services

 New Students at IMI

As a graduate student at IMI, you are joining a community built on inclusivity and diversity of people, thought and experience. 

IMI offers many ways to engage with students across the Programs, as well as support for wellness.

IMI Services & Resources

 Recreation, Athletics & Wellness Centre

Providing opportunities to enhance your overall physical fitness and wellbeing, in addition to recreation and sport leadership development

Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation

 Health & Counselling Services

Offering support, resources and care for physical and mental health issues, as well as supporting students in difficulty and crisis.

IMI Embedded Counselling

Health & Counselling

 AccessAbility Services

Providing support, advocacy and programming for students with physical, learning and sensory disabilities.

AccessAbility Resource Centre

 International Student Services

Offering immigration advising, transition programs and support services for students who are new to Canada, and students seeking studying abroad opportunities.

International Education Centre

 Residence on Campus

The place to go for undergraduate, graduate and family housing, residence life programs, short-term visitor accommodation and off-campus housing

Student Housing & Residence Life

 Transportation Services

Offering parking options, U-Pass, and Shuttle Bus service to graduate students 

Parking at UTM

Digital U-Pass

Shuttle Bus Service