The University of Toronto was established as a public institution in 1827, and about 80% of its students pursue undergraduate degrees. The university has three campuses in and near Toronto - St. George, Mississauga, and Scarborough.
The University of Toronto is ranked as the world's 18th finest university. The university has academic divisions dedicated to various subjects, including management, applied science and engineering, and public health. The university offers over 200 master's and doctoral degrees and 700 undergraduate programmes. The primary language of Instruction is English.
The average annual tuition fee is CAD 63,500.