Admissions process

Getting started on your application

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Working through the on-line application process may seem daunting at first but with a little bit of preparation it can go quite smoothly!

First off, identify the degree program you are interested in and take time to check  the deadline for applications.

Next, read through the requirements for the degree making sure you meet them.  If you have questions, email us at admissions [dot] ischoolatutoronto [dot] ca Read more »

Welcome to the iSchool blog!

Thinking of applying to the iSchool?  We plan to blog tips for applying, deadlines, and opportunities to meet us.

Questions?  email us at:  admissions [dot] ischoolatutoronto [dot] ca

We look forward to hearing from you!

How admissions.ischool@utoronto.ca can help!

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If you run into any problems or issues while working on your application, we can help!  Contact us directly at admissions [dot] ischoolatutoronto [dot] ca if you want to: Read more »

Rolling admissions...what is it and what's it mean for you?

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"Rolling admissions" means that once your application file is complete the Admissions Committee will begin to review it and that means you may get an offer of admission sooner rather than later.  Read more »

Application help

Many of you have begun your applications over the winter break.  We look forward to reviewing them!  If you have questions, check my blog of December 20th [below] for some helpful links.  But if you have any questions don't hesitate to contact us at admissions [dot] ischoolatutoronto [dot] ca.

We will be happy to help you.

Be sure to check deadlines for your program!

Between now and January....

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Starting tomorrow, December 21,  the University will be closed until January 2.  Admissions staff won't be available to help you with any admissions questions but here are some parts of our website that may be helpful if you have not explored them already.

Check deadlines here.  

Find out what documents you will need to assemble to apply. Read more »

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