Various Pathways

“I have not completed high school”

If you have not yet completed high school we would recommend you connect with your local school board to get registered for school. In the meantime, check our Prospective Students webpage for admissions related questions. Additionally, we encourage you to come to campus for a Campus Tour.

“I have completed high school and have access to my final official transcripts”

If you have completed high school in your home country and have access to the final, official transcripts, you can apply directly to the University of Toronto Mississauga through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre.

“I have completed high school and do not have access to my final official transcripts”

If you have completed high school in your home country but do not have access to your final, official transcripts, please contact us as each situation is unique. If eligible, you could be considered for the UTM Refugee Pathway.

“I have started my degree at a previous university and have access to my final, official transcripts”

If you have started your degree in your home country and have access to your final, official transcripts you can apply directly to the University of Toronto Mississauga through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre.

“I have started my degree at a previous university and do not have access to my final, official transcripts”

If you have started your degree in your home country and do not have access to your final, official transcripts please do contact us as each situation is unique. If eligible you could be considered for the UTM Refugee Pathway.

“I have completed my undergraduate degree in my home country”

If you have already completed your undergraduate degree in your home country and are looking for graduate studies check out our Graduate Programs and Departments

If you are looking for an educational credential assessment report that will show how your academic achievements earned outside of Canada compare to credentials earned in Canada check out the University of Toronto’s Comparative Education Service (CES)