Online Information Sessions & Webcasts

We’re offering a host of online information sessions & webcasts to help you get to know U of T. Learn more about the application process, admission requirements, student life, and more. Register for a session and find out more about U of T from the comfort of your own home.

Get to Know U of T

Is Canada’s top university the right place for you? Let’s find out together. Sign up for an informative and interactive online information session with one of our student recruitment officers—and learn how our 700+ programs in science, engineering, business, and the arts equip today’s students for the new economy. Register for a recruitment webcast if you have specific questions about U of T’s programs, requirements, or application steps.

Not sure which one applies to you? Browse all webcasts here.

Ask Our Students Anything

Register for a student-to-student webchat for firsthand insight into life as a U of T undergrad. Hosted by current students from different campuses, faculties, and programs, these webchats are a great opportunity to ask anything that’s on your mind — about campus life, academic and extracurricular options, our dynamic communities, and much more. Have a question for our students right now? Submit your question here.

Within Reach: Equity & Outreach Focused Webcasts

Join us for webcast series about the resources and programs available for our diverse community. We’ll feature students, alumni, and faculty talking about finding their place at U of T, and highlight the programming that helps our students navigate university life and succeed in studies. 

Faculty & Campus Webcasts

U of T is a place of neighbourhoods. Our campuses, faculties, and learning communities are all part of the diverse mosaic that makes the University of Toronto unique. Tune in to webcasts from different corners of U of T to learn specifics about our programs, faculties and campuses.

Preparing for our webcasts

After registering for a webcast that works for you, we encourage you to do a bit of brainstorming and jot down a few questions that you’d welcome some guidance on. This will help us make the most of our time together. For example, maybe you’re wondering whether you’re on track to graduate with the right credits. Or maybe you’re not sure if U of T has the facilities, teams, and infrastructure to help you hone your soccer skills while you pursue your Music degree. What’s life like in residence? If you don’t get an entrance award, can you earn awards later on in your degree? When should you plan to take your English Language Proficiency test, and do you need to? Hang on to those thoughts. We’ll discuss them together!