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Powered by Upskill Canada, the Data Science and Machine Learning Software Foundations Certificates aim to upgrade workers’ skills in fast-growing fields (Photo: skynesher via Canva, Getty Images) Published: November 28, 2023 By Tyler Irving A new training initiative launched by the University … Read More

The first of its kind in Scarborough, the Scarborough Academy of Medicine and Integrated Health (SAMIH) will train physicians, nurse practitioners and other health-care professionals right in the region – to serve the region. Read More

The Toronto Academic Health Science Network is core to Canada’s competitiveness in the life sciences sector. The network brings together the University of Toronto (U of T) – Canada’s top ranked research university – with 14 globally recognized academic hospitals throughout the Greater Toront… Read More

All domestic students who want to be considered for UTAPS must now complete an application through U of T’s Need Navigator tool. The University of Toronto has redesigned its largest need-based financial aid program to offer support that’s more accessible, transparent and better aligned with the… Read More

The university expects to add 1,450 more spaces across its three campuses over the next several years. The first-year computer science co-op student is part of the first cohort to live at Harmony Commons, a new, 746-bed student residence at U of T Scarborough that opened at the beginning of Septembe… Read More

The University of Toronto will cover the cost of tuition for students from nine First Nations as part of its efforts to make the university more accessible and inclusive for Indigenous students – and strengthen relationships with Indigenous communities. Read More

About Government Relations at U of T

The mandate of the Government Relations Office (GRO) is to advance policies and positions that align with the mission of the University of Toronto and support the efforts of government to develop sound public policy. GRO is organized in three units: Government Relations and Public Policy, University Relations, and Stakeholder Engagement and Strategic Initiatives. Our goal is to ensure that governments recognize, enable, and publicly articulate the unique role played by the University of Toronto in civic, provincial, and national capacity-building.

University of Toronto President Meric Gertler welcomes community to 2023 fall term

University of Toronto President Meric Gertler welcomes new and returning students, faculty, staff and librarians to the start of fall term, as excitement builds across the three campuses.