Apply Online for a Study Permit/Work Permit/Visa: Upcoming Information Sessions

The Immigration Advisor at the Centre for International Experience will be giving an information session which will cover:
- Navigating the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) website:
- Creating an account with IRCC.
- Completing the online Eligibility Questionnaire.
- Completing and validating the required forms.
- Uploading the required documents to the application Page.
- Making an online payment and submitting your application.
- Replying to immigration officers' requests.

To register and learn more:

Post-Graduation Work Permits: October & November sessions

The Immigration Advisor at the Centre for International Experience will be giving sessions about the Post-Graduation Work Permit. 

Discussion topics include:
- Eligibility Criteria for the PGWP.
- The deadline for submitting a PGWP application.
- How to create an online account with Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) which will enable you to apply online. 
- The validity period of the PGWP. 
- IRCC's Conditions on the PGWP. 
- An Overview of the Different options for permanent residency in Canada.

Learn more and register:

Online Chat for Student Families

Are you a student with a child or children? Get the information you need from the comfort of your own computer/phone!


  • Tuesday, November 13, 1-2 pm

  • Wednesday, December 5, 9-10 am

Location: Online (link will be emailed)

A Family Care Advisor will be available to chat and answer questions on:

  • Child care & child care subsidies

  • Schools & children programs

  • Integrating study and family (and work as well)

  • Any other questions about being a student parent and a student partner at U of T

All prospective, new, current U of T student parents and their partner/spouse are welcome, registration required.

Register for Workshop

Grad Talk: Money Matters for Grad Students

Hear The SGS Financial Aid and Advising Team speak about funding at the University of Toronto and provide tips for financial survival. They will also share best practices for awards and scholarships you may be eligible to apply for as a graduate student. Learn more about application best practices, deadlines, processes and where to get help when you need it.

Pizza will be available.


Supervision Workshop for Faculty

This workshop provides an overview of the SGS Graduate Supervision Guidelines intended to help faculty and administrators create a supervisory environment that sets a student up for success.

In this workshop, participants will:

  • explore their own supervisory style, and how they can apply and adapt the guidelines;
  • explore case studies and discuss best practices with other participants and a panel of faculty members who are recognized for their excellence in graduate supervision.

The focus of the workshop will be on creating a positive supervisory environment from the start of the supervisory relationship in order to support the student towards academic success and prevent potentially problematic situations from developing.


  • Charmaine Williams, Acting Vice-Dean, SGS
  • Carol Rolheiser, Director, CTSI
  • Marie Vander Kloet, Assistant Director, TATP/CTSI

Register and learn more.