Canadian Graduate and Profeissional Student Survey
As Canada's largest university, the University of Toronto educates more students and makes more significant
discoveries in virtually every field than any other university in Canada. To continue the high calibre of innovative work and research, we take part in the
Canadian Graduate and Professional Student Survey (CGPSS).
This survey provides performance measurements on student satisfaction with their graduate programs and experience. It helps us identify our strengths and ensure that our graduate programs continue to improve, inspire, and set the course for high standards of academic excellence.
2016 CGPSS Results:
2013 CGPSS Results: View report.
2010 CGPSS Results: View report.
2007 CGPSS Results: View report.
2005 CGPSS Results: View report.
Graduate Student Experience in the Research University (gradSERU)
Graduate Student Experience in the Research University (gradSERU) is a comprehensive survey designed to help answer questions about the potential relationship between graduate education experiences, program characteristics, and development outcomes of masters and doctoral students. The gradSERU examines a number of different aspects of graduate education including advising, research and teaching experiences, professional development, and program climate, among others.
The University of Toronto participated in GradSERU for the first time in Spring 2017.
2017 gradSERU Results: View report.