For international graduate students seeking to conduct research at U of T for up to three sessions, the
International Visiting Graduate Student (IVGS) Study Abroad Agreement facilitates visits by international graduate students who do not fall under an approved exchange program to participate in short-term research activities at U of T.
Incoming Exchange Students
If you are from one of U of T's partner institutions and are interested in studying at U of T as an exchange student, visit the
Centre for International Experience (CIE) website
for information about coming to U of T as an incoming exchange student.
Additional information about Visiting & Exchange Opportunities can be found on the Exchange Opportunities page of the SGS website.
Joint Educational Placement
A Joint Educational Placement (JEP) is an opportunity for individual students to pursue their doctoral degree program under the joint supervision of faculty from U of T and a collaborating Canadian or international university.
two main ingredients: (1) an existing or emerging collaboration between a supervisor at the University of Toronto and a faculty member at another institution
and (2) a full-time doctoral student whose research interests are shared with the two supervisors.
If successful, the student will be awarded a
single doctoral degree from the lead institution. The University of Toronto will issue a parchment and transcript indicating that the degree has been "awarded as a single degree under a Joint Placement arrangement with (the other institution)." This other institution may also issue a parchment.
Learn More about the JEP