Information Sessions for Future Students
Apply to graduate school at Canada’s #1 research institution.*
Are you ready to launch a lifelong path of intellectual discovery and professional enrichment? Curious if graduates studies are right for you? Do you have questions about life as a graduate student and how to apply? SGS virtual information sessions are your chance to learn all you need to know about applying to graduate school at the University of Toronto. Join our team and colleagues from across U of T for a chance to learn about the application and selection process, ask questions, and gain the support you need to take this next step. What are you waiting for?
*According to Times Higher Education’s World University Rankings 2021.
Registration is optional, but encouraged.
Please bookmark this page. On the morning of each session, the session link to participate will appear in the table below.
|Session||Date / Time||Link to join the session|
|Division I: Humanities (click to view programs)|
Confirmed speakers: History, Philosophy
|November 2, 5:30-7pm||Thank you to all who attended.|
|Division II: Social Sciences (click to view programs)|
Confirmed speakers: Economics, Management,
|November 4, 5:30-7pm||Thank you to all who attended.|
|Division III: Physical Sciences (click to view programs)|
Confirmed speakers: Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Mathematical Finance
|November 9, 5:30-7pm||Thank you to all who attended.|
|Division IV: Life Sciences (click to view programs)|
Confirmed speakers: Medical Physiology, Molecular Genetics, Translational Research Program
|November 11, 5:30-7pm||Thank you to all who attended.|
|All Divisions (click to view programs)|
Confirmed speakers: Applied Science and Engineering (all programs), OISE (Education), Medicine (all programs)
|November 17, 5:30-7pm||Join the meeting. Note passcode: SGS.|
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Off-site information events
We participate in a series of information events throughout the fall. Visit us when we visit you!
‘Information Sessions’ are presentations to groups and are usually one hour in length. In an event that is described as a ‘fair’ or an ‘expo’, we have an information table set up, along with many other university programs, and staff will be available to speak to the public. You are encouraged to attend one of these events. Times and locations are subject to change.