There are several undergraduate admission scholarships awarded by the University of Toronto each year. Qualified Domestic and international students are automatically considered for many admission scholarships as soon as they receive admission to the University. Scholarship amounts and waivers vary from one faculty to another. Here are some of the funded scholarships in the University of Toronto for the 2022 year.
The scholarship is awarded to students who have demonstrated exceptional academic achievement and creativity. The students must have been accepted as leaders within their school and exhibited a great potential to contribute to the global community in the future. It covers tuition, books, incidental fees, and full residence support.
The scholarship is a fully-funded award that supports international students for 3 years to further their studies in the fields of Health Research Natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities.
This scholarship is granted to talented women in the field of finance, particularly those pursuing careers in financial asset management, market risk management, and derivatives finance within the capital markets.
This scholarship is awarded based on academic accomplishment to students joining the Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Toronto University.
This scholarship is awarded to students entering first-year Mechanical or Industrial Engineering and is given on academic excellence. Preference is given to students who demonstrate leadership in the community and through extra-curricular activities.
The awards are granted based on academic standing and preference is given to international students entering the first year of the Lassonde Mineral Engineering Program. If there are no suitable candidates in the Program, the award can be granted to international students entering the first year of any undergraduate program in the faculty. If there are no suitable candidates in the faculty, the award can be granted to students entering the first year in any Faculty at the University of Toronto.
This scholarship was established in 1997 from the estate of the late Horace Angus Hally, a friend of the University of Toronto. The award will be granted to a student entering the first year of the Mechanical Engineering program based on satisfactory academic standing in the secondary school courses required for admission.
The award is given to a student (or students) entering the first year, full-time studies in Civil Engineering and is based on outstanding academic merit. Preference is given to students who demonstrate leadership in the community and extra-curricular activities.
Mechanical & Industrial Engineering Scholarship
These scholarships are awarded to students entering first-year Mechanical or Industrial Engineering. Academic merit in the prerequisite courses, as well as involvement in extra-curricular activities, is considered.
This scholarship is given to a student entering the first-year Industrial Engineering program and is based on academic excellence. Preference is given to students who demonstrate excellence in extra-curricular activities.
These scholarships, provided through the generosity of alumni and friends of the Department of Civil Engineering, are awarded to students entering the first year of the Civil Engineering program and are based on academic excellence. Some awards may be renewable provided the student achieves honors standing at the end of the first year and proceeds to the second year of the program.
Awarded to both domestic and international students, who have shown high academic performances and wishing pursue a career in Pharmaceuticals. Students must be in financial need. Preference will be given to financially unstable students enrolled in the following bachelor of science programs: Biochemistry, Biological Chemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Human Biology, Integrative Biology, Molecular Biology & Biotechnology, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Neuroscience and Paramedicine
To be awarded to a Black woman accepted into the first year of the law school who exhibits dedication to the pursuit of excellence.
Awarded to a highly talented student on admission to the first year of any program in the Faculty of Music.
The scholarship is valued at approximately $400 plus the tuition allowance for a total possible value of approximately $2,400 over four years; awarded for general proficiency. The scholarships include a tuition allowance of $500 per year which is renewable with an annual grade point average of at least 3.50. Eligible students are automatically considered
Given to first-year undergraduate scholars at the University of Toronto based on academic distinction and demonstrated financial need. As long as a student maintains good academic performance, they can apply for scholarship renewal for 4 years.
Granted to students commencing their First Year in Mechanical, Electrical, Mineral, or Chemical Engineering based on high academic achievement and financial need.
The University of Toronto makes it easier for students to pursue their studies at the university by offering scholarships and bursaries. For international students who intend to study on a Canadian student visa, the University of Toronto has a new centralized award system called The Award Explorer. This is an admission database that provides all graduate awards and sponsorships available.