in 1827, the University of Toronto is one of
the world's leading research universities. U
of T students choose to study at one of three
campuses in the Toronto area, with access to
exceptional academic resources and Canada's
widest range of undergraduate programs in arts,
science, humanities, commerce, engineering and
Times Higher Education Supplement measures university
performance across five fields: natural sciences,
life sciences and biomedicine, technology, social
sciences, arts and humanities. In the 2012-2013
ranking, U of T is one of only ten universities
in the world placed in the top 27 across the
broadest range of disciplines - the other nine
are Cambridge, Columbia, Cornell, Oxford, Standford,
UC Berkeley, UCLA, the University of Melbourne,
and the University of Michigan.
of T graduates are renowned around the world,
from former Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin
to Hong Kong civic leaders like Dr. Rosanna
Wong Yick Ming to business leaders like Dr.
Patrick Fung of Wing Hang Bank and Mrs. Daisy
Ho of Shun Tak Holdings to movie stars like
Lin Chiling and Dr. Agnes Chan Mei Ling. Even
Hong Kong Island's Des Voeux Road is named after
a U of T grad: Sir George William Des Voeux,
a U of T graduate of 1860!
estimated 10,000 U of T graduates currently
live in Hong Kong, the largest known overseas
alumni community in Hong Kong. An active alumni
association allows graduates to keep in touch
long after their graduation.
St. George Campus in the Fall