To be awarded on admission to full-time undergraduate students who self-identify as a Black or Indigenous Student. Candidates will be assessed based on a holistic evaluation of their academic history, leadership experiences, and demonstrated contributions to the Black or Indigenous community. Financial need may be considered. Recipient must be Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident of Canada, or a Protected Person.
The University of Toronto has established the Iranian Student Memorial Scholarship Fund in honour of those who lost their lives in the downing of Ukrainian International Airlines Flight PS752, including eight members of the University of Toronto community. The first of these needs-based awards were awarded in Spring 2021 for students studying at U of T in the 2021-22 academic year.
The Hong Kong Scholarships are intended to help families with financial need to partially meet the cost of a University of Toronto education.
A single application to the University of Toronto Hong Kong Scholarships makes applicants eligible for the following scholarships:
- University of Toronto (Hong Kong) Foundation Scholarship
- William Doo Scholarship
- Fung Yiu King Memorial Scholarship
- Lucina Laam Ho Scholarship
- Dato Tong, Luis Charitable Foundation Limited Scholarship
- Lo Family Scholarship
Schulich Leader Scholarships are undergraduate admission scholarships for students intending to enroll in an eligible STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) area of study.
Up to ten Schulich Leaders will be awarded at U of T..
- Five scholarships of $120,000 each (paid over 4 years at $30,000 per year) awarded to student admitted to the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering
- Five scholarships of $100,000 (paid over 4 years at $25,000 per year) awarded to student pursuing studies in science, technology or mathematics
Distribution of scholarships is confirmed annually in March by Schulich.
The Scholars at Risk Award Program supports undergraduate and graduate students:
- who are, or have been within the last five years, asylum-seekers or refugees anywhere in the world (regardless of status in Canada), or
- whose current or proposed program of study has been impacted by changing political environments in their country of current or future study, including changes in immigration law, or
- are studying on a temporary basis (e.g. exchange) at the University of Toronto during a time of conflict or political turmoil in the country in which they are registered. These students would have special registration status.