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 U of T graduate programs

Attending a graduate or professional program can be an excellent way to move closer to your career goals, but this decision requires a lot of planning and personal reflection about your educational and career pursuits. We strongly encourage you to research the wide variety of available programs and reach out to your academic advisor for assistance.

You might also consider attending info sessions and events on graduate studies that are held during the academic year. These will be posted in the events calendar in the RC portal.  In addition, you may wish to consult the following resources:

This comprehensive guide, produced by U of T’s Career Centre, gives you information on what you need to know about preparing for grad school.
This resource will help you:

  • research and explore programs and schools
  • understand application timelines, admission requirements and tests
  • write effective personal statements and secure references

School of Graduate Studies (SGS) at U of T

  • SGS helps students even before they start the U of T admission process. They provide admission advice, assess credentials and organize chat sessions to discuss student concerns and questions. SGS can also provide guidance through the online admission process and assist students with the necessary administrative tasks of registration and enrolment.

Business-related graduate business programs offered at the University of Toronto




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