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University of Toronto ranked tops in Canada, 20th in the world

Meric Gertler

The University of Toronto has been named the best college in Canada and positioned inside the main 20 post-auxiliary establishments on the planet in another review. Mcgill University, University of British Columbia, Université de Montréal and University of Alberta likewise speak to Canada in the main 100 global schools list in the not so distant future. The Quacquarelli Symonds World ... Read More »

2014-2015 Clinical Training Fellowships at University of Toronto in Canada


University of Toronto is inviting application for clinical fellowships to take up training in all programs available within the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology. In addition to subspecialty training, trainees will participate in applied laboratory research projects and/or basic research. Fellowships are available for one or two years. Prior to applying to a program, applicants from these countries must have the approval of the sponsor involved, and ... Read More »

Canada’s top universities slip in 2014 world rankings


BY KAREN SEIDMAN All three of Canada’s top universities slipped marginally in the 2014 World Reputation Rankings — a sign that the federal government’s pledge in February’s budget to invest $1.5 billion in new research funding may be just what the country’s universities need to bolster their sex appeal in a competitive world market. Although the University of Toronto is ... Read More »

2013 IMFG Graduate Fellowships at Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance

University Of Toronto

The Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance (IMFG) offers graduate fellowship to a full-time enrolled student at the University of Toronto. Fellowship is for pursuing studies related to municipal finance or governance in Canada. The students must be enrolled at the University of Toronto in Masters or PhD program. The students will receive $5,000 which will be paid in two equal installments. ... Read More »

Top Canadian, Indian institutions form $30M partnership

Scientists from the University of British Columbia, University of Alberta, University of Toronto and 11 leading institutions in India are joining forces to tackle urgent issues in both countries with a $30-million partnership. Supported by the Canadian government and state and industry partners in India, the India-Canada Centre for Innovative Multidisciplinary Partnerships to Accelerate Community Transformation and Sustainability, or IC-IMPACTS, ... Read More »

New consortium to ease credit transfers between Ontario universities


Agreement between seven universities takes ministry, excluded universities by surprise The University of Toronto is partnering with six other Ontario universities to launch a groundbreaking credit transfer program. Under the new agreement, announced by provost Cheryl Misak at a town hall last week, students will be able to count any first year arts and science course taken for credit at ... Read More »

Two Canadian universities break into global top 20

Two Canadian universities cracked the top 20 in the annual QS World University Rankings for 2012 released. McGill University placed 18th with the University of Toronto right behind in 19th place. Overall, Canadian universities garnered nine spots in the top 200. The University of British Columbia ranked 45th, while the University of Alberta was 108th and University of Montreal at ... Read More »

Canada: UBC comes in at head of the class among country’s research schools

New ranking system marks efforts and output of Canada’s universities Every academic is familiar with the mantra “publish or perish,” where research productivity is considered the key to grant money, status and career advancement. But research is also the currency of the realm in the increasingly cutthroat world of university enrolment, where schools compete against one another for students, funding ... Read More »

Canadian universities try to attract more diversity to law schools


Going to law school was not something Janine Manning ever dreamed of doing. Now, as she’s preparing to write her Law School Admission Test in October, the mere thought of becoming a lawyer still brings tears to her eyes. “When I was growing up, I was just only ever expected to get my high school (diploma). Like getting your high ... Read More »

Canada: University of Toronto to offer free IT courses

Starting this fall, the Department of Computer Science at the University of Toronto (U of T) will be offering three free courses online via the education technology company Coursera. Coursera, a platform for offering Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), was started earlier this year, and in only six months has enabled 650,000 students from 190 countries to gain access to ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes