How to Apply
1. Choose Your Program
Explore our programs. Chances are, we’ve got what you’re looking for.
View / download our Graduate Student Viewbook (2023–24) for more information (PDF).
2. Learn about Admissions Requirements
Confirm your program’s admission requirements by consulting the SGS Calendar. Visit your graduate unit’s website to confirm application procedures and deadlines. Some requirements you should consider: prerequisite degrees and courses, minimum GPA, application deadlines, and confirmation of supervision
3. Prepare Your Application
Review all the admission requirements for your chosen program. Plan enough time to submit your application and all supporting documents before the deadline. Note that referees will only receive reference requests when you pay the application fee, so give your referees plenty of time to submit their references.
4. Apply Online
Apply through GradApp.
You will create a personal profile and begin the submission. Set aside 30-60 minutes to create a personal profile on our online application system, including your personal information and academic history. Please note that you will not be able to make changes to this information after paying the application fee.
Frequently Asked Questions
Wondering how to apply from overseas? Looking for a supervisor? Search the FAQs and get the answers you need.
Do you have questions about your financial situation? Reach out to your Graduate Unit for more information about funding packages. For details about awards, scholarships and emergency funding, explore the opportunities.
Doctoral-stream graduate programs at the University of Toronto offer a range of financial supports to graduate students to offset the cost of their graduate education.