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University of Toronto Scarborough

General Information
Nestled on 300 acres of lush parkland, U of T Scarborough is a mid-sized campus that is home to a population of 10,000 vibrant and engaging students – making it one of the most diverse in Canada. Students are attracted to U of T Scarborough for our excellent programs: four-year U of T Honours degree programs in the areas of the humanities, sciences, social sciences and the management BBA degree program; unique degree plus applied diploma/certificate programs in conjunction with Centennial College; a professional master’s program in Environmental Science; and the five-year concurrent education programs (HBA/BEd, HBSc/BEd).

Special Characteristics
With over 180 program options offered in 70 areas of study, U of T Scarborough is the sole U of T campus to offer paid co-op programs, with nearly 50 options in arts, science and business. Co-op enhances university education with real-world work experience that fosters a true partnership between academics and industry. Consequently, our co-op graduates are highly marketable and very much in demand by top employers. We also offer Canada’s only Paramedicine degree program, and U of T's only Journalism program. Students benefit from strong interaction with our faculty members who are excellent undergraduate and graduate teachers, and leading researchers. Students take an active role in their personal development through a variety of opportunities in student leadership, mentorship, engagement in the greater community and peer service programs.

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