How To Apply

Applying to U of T Scarborough

Ready to apply to the University of Toronto Scarborough and join one of the world’s top universities? Learn about each step in our application process and why U of T Scarborough is the right place for you.

U of T Scarborough Viewbook

Learn about the wide range of programs, courses and experiences we have to offer.

Important Dates

Applications Deadlines:

Life Sciences (regular & co-op)
Physical & Environmental Sciences (regular & co-op)
Psychological & Health Sciences (regular)

Ontario High School Applicants

January 15, 2024

Recommended early consideration deadline:

November 7, 2023

Before You Apply

Learn more about our programs and their requirements, and view the U of T Scarborough Viewbook. You can only apply to one program at U of T Scarborough, so make sure it’s the one you want!


The health sciences stream programs are open to domestic high school applicants only. International and/or transfer students can apply for non-health sciences stream only. For program and admissions, please view our program categories.

General requirements for admission include:

  • High school diploma (for Ontario students, an OSSD
  • At least six (6) Grade 12 courses (In Ontario, “U” or “M” courses.)
  • One of the six courses must be English (In Ontario, ENG4U)
  • Each program may have specific requirements

Campus Visits and Tours

We’re excited to welcome you to the U of T Scarborough campus! Explore the campus. Find out more through tours and events to get a good feel for your campus and your program of choice.


Your university education is a considerable investment in your future career. Explore the costs associated with your program, housing and other expenses, as well as how to connect with our financial aid advisors.

For the full list of current fees and details, visit the Tuition Fee Lookup page.

Scholarships / Awards

U of T Scarborough students have access to approximately $4.4 million in scholarships and financial aid from the University. We want to make sure that the cost of education is not a deterrent to earning a university degree.