University of Toronto
Canada's top research university
Established in 1827, the University of Toronto is recognized worldwide as Canada’s top research university, a reputation that will add value for students who aspire to careers with global dimensions. As a Rotman student, you are welcome everywhere on the beautiful and historic U of T campus. Explore the first-class athletic facilities, the fourth-largest research library in North America, and a range of dining choices.
The University of Toronto, Canada's top research university, is home to 74,000 students and 20,230 faculty and staff members, U of T has produced six Nobel Prize-winning graduates and the highest number of Rhodes Scholars of any Canadian university.
The University of Toronto ranks:
- #1 in Canada in the Shanghai Jiao Tong rankings - 2012
- #1 in Canada in the Times Higher Education rankings - 2013
- In the top 3 of universities outside of the US (behind Oxford and Cambridge) in the Newsweek College Rankings Report – 2012
- #9 in the most recent global rankings of the Times Higher Education Evaluation and Accreditation Council of Taiwan - 2011
Explore the Campus
- Rotman students are welcome everywhere on the U of T campus, which offers unmatched opportunities for learning and recreation. Some of its attractions include:
- First-class athletic facilities at Hart House and the Athletic Centre. Membership is free for Rotman students.
- Robarts, the fourth-largest research library in North America, is just across the street from the Rotman School. Rotman students have access to all U of T libraries.
- A range of dining options, including vegetarian food at the Centre for International Experience, and halal and kosher food at the Arbor Room at Hart House.