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Toronto is a public university located in Canada. It is a large institution with an enrollment of 53,109 undergraduate students.
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27 King's College Circle
Toronto, ON, Canada

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Going to UofT SG was the best decision I have ever made. The dorms are nice and the downtown campus is gorgeous. You have the classic campus feel but also the city and all of its offerings. Don't limit your time to just staying on campus- Toronto is worth exploring. It's a safe and diverse city with a lot to see and do while still being small enough to explore easily.
First year is hard for a reason- it's not difficult to get in to UofT but it's difficult to graduate. Class size goes down after first/second year and I've had really wonderful profs. There are plenty of clubs and committees but you have to be proactive to get opportunities. Volunteering off-campus is great too and has given me a lot of work experience. Getting involved and meeting friends can be hard, but if you want it you'll get it. Don't go here if you want the prestige but don't want to put in the work. If you put in the effort, going here is absolutely worth it.
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The University of Toronto is not only recognized as the "Harvard of Canada" for its academic, but also for its social life. From its high-class teaching experience to all of the clubs it has to offer, U of T is indisputably the best university for your studies. Precisely, Brain Hackers is one of the most impressive clubs offered at UTSC which encourages students who are both interested in pursuing careers within the neuroscience field and who are fascinated to learn more about brain and behaviour science to join this club. It is also strongly recommended for students to get an on-campus job, whether it is at the library or in a lab, this job opportunity will allow students to feel more involved within their school community while earning some extra cash to pay.
It was awesome! I very much enjoyed my program (music composition), and how small it was, meaning I got a lot of personal instruction. There were a lot of extra activities and opportunities as well. While my program was intimate, the university overall is quite large, so the social scene isn't as great, but overall this was a great time! :)