Minimum Admission Requirements
U.S. Senior Year/Grade 12 in an accredited high school with a high grade point average. We expect competitive applicants to be enrolled in a rigorous academic course load, and to have taken the highest level of course available to them in pre-requisite subjects.
Test optional assessment has been adopted for students applying for Fall 2023 and 2024 admission. Students who cannot or choose not to submit test results will not be disadvantaged in the admissions process; however, students who have completed the SAT or ACT are encouraged to submit their scores.
Prerequisite subjects, including English, should be presented at Senior Year/Grade 12 level or AP/IB. SAT Subject Tests cannot be used to satisfy prerequisites. Calculus 12 or AP Calculus or 1 semester of college or university Calculus is required for most math, science, computer science, and commerce programs. Precalculus cannot be used to satisfy the Calculus prerequisite. AP Statistics does not provide the appropriate preparation.
SAT, ACT and AP scores should be sent to us electronically. SAT and AP institution code is 0982 and ACT institution code is 5366.
Expanded Admission Requirements by Target Faculty
Middle 50% data for admitted students from U.S. high schools:
- Grade point average of between 3.6-4.0
- SAT combined score 1330 – 1500;
- ACT composite 29-34
Programs that Require a Supplemental Application
If a program requires students to complete a supplemental application, audition, or profile, students will be invited to complete the relevant forms after submitting their application. Learn more about supplemental applications/auditions for first-entry programs that require them:
- Faculty of Arts & Science: Rotman Commerce
- Faculty of Arts & Science: Computer Science
- Faculty of Arts & Science: First Year Foundations (Ones Programs)
- Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering
- John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design
- Faculty of Music
- Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education
- U of T Mississauga
- U of T Scarborough
How to Apply
Applications are completed in a two-step process:
The initial application takes about ten minutes and we won’t ask you for any documents or essays at this stage. There are two different applications that you can choose from:
Applying to More Than One Ontario University: Apply through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre using the “105” application.
Applying Only to the University of Toronto: Apply using the “University of Toronto International Application” if you reside outside of Canada; and you are not currently studying , nor have previously studied, in Canada.
After applying, students must self-report grades through the Join U of T Applicant Website and/or the Engineering Applicant Portal. Once students submit an initial application they will receive details on how to submit their transcripts, test scores, and other required documents.