Scholarships recognize academic excellence and may also take into account community involvement, leadership, creativity and other qualities.
Take the time to explore the many scholarships and awards available – and apply!
In addition to University of Toronto scholarships, you should also consider the many awards offered through various external companies and agencies. If you have questions regarding these awards, you should direct them to the awarding organization. These awards are updated frequently, so check back regularly for up-to-date information.
Admission Scholarships are for those individuals applying to the University for undergraduate studies.
In-course Scholarships are available to students currently registered at the University of Toronto. Additional information on In-course Scholarships is available through a Division's (Campus, Faculty, College) Registrar's Office.
Discover over 4,400 undergraduate admission scholarships that the University of Toronto, along with its faculties, campuses and colleges, awards each year.
Eligible high school students are automatically considered for a variety of admission scholarships when they apply to the University. Awards and cut-offs vary by campus, faculty and college.
There are also admission scholarships that require a separate application, and others that require you to complete an awards profile.
University of Toronto students have access to over 5,900 in-course scholarships every year. These scholarships are awarded to current students who are excelling in their programs. For example, through the University of Toronto Scholars Program, students completing their first, second or third year of study can receive scholarships of $1,500 each – the University offers 100 of these per level every year.
Top students will automatically be considered for most of these awards, but be sure to browse through the various opportunities, as some do require applications.
With some exceptions, students are permitted to retain multiple awards up to a maximum aggregate value of $15,000 per year.
Campuses, faculties and colleges offer both admission and in-course scholarships to their outstanding students. Several colleges also offer residence scholarships.
Qualified students will be automatically considered for most of these scholarships. Others will require an application. Please refer to the individual college or faculty web site listed below for further information.
- Applied Science and Engineering, Faculty of
- Architecture, Landscape, and Design, John H. Daniels Faculty of
- Arts and Science, Faculty of
- Dentistry, Faculty of
- Forestry, Faculty of
- Information, Faculty of (iSchool)
- Innis College
- Kinesiology and Physical Education, Faculty of
- Law, Faculty of
- Management, Rotman School of (Rotman Commerce)
- Medicine, Faculty of
- Music, Faculty of
- New College
- Nursing, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of
- Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
- Pharmacy, Leslie Dan Faculty of
- Social Work, Factor-Inwentash Faculty of
- St.Michael’s College
- Trinity College
- University of Toronto Mississauga
- University of Toronto Scarborough
- University College
- Victoria College
- Woodsworth College
The School of Graduate Studies maintains a list of major graduate awards accessible through their website.
Use this sorter to research scholarships available to University of Toronto applicants and students. Select the type of award you are interested in learning about. Applicants should look at the Admission Scholarships for undergraduate students. Current students should look at awards for undergraduate or graduate students, depending on which scenario suits your needs.
IMPORTANT: If the application deadline falls on a day the University is closed (e.g. weekend, statutory holiday, etc), applications are accepted on the following business day
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