Please refer to our academic requirements page for full details.
Applicants educated at non-Canadian institutions should note that their educational background will be assessed for equivalency with a University of Toronto degree.
Please use the U of T School of Graduate Studies degree equivalency tool to determine which international credentials are required for master’s and doctoral admissions at the University of Toronto.
All applicants holding degrees from universities outside Canada, in which the official language of instruction/evaluation is not English, must demonstrate facility in English.
Please visit the English Language Proficiency section of our website to determine which test scores are accepted.
All applications for graduate studies at the University of Toronto are submitted online; no paper applications are available.
No. GRE scores are not required for application to graduate studies in the Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering (IBBME) at the University of Toronto.
Fees are determined each academic year by the U of T School of Graduate Studies and are subject to change. Please refer to our tuition fees schedule for the most recently available information.
Yes. IBBME guarantees a minimum stipend for MASc, MHSc and PhD students in the first year of graduate studies. Further financial support beyond the first year is contingent upon satisfactory standing.
There is no such funding guarantee for students in the MEng programs.
Acceptance into the MASc, PhD programs and the collaborative specialization at IBBME is conditional upon finding a supervisor.
MHSc program candidates are encouraged to contact thesis supervisors in conjunction with your application. This will aid in an effective and efficient start to your program.
Please refer to our Selecting a Supervisor page for more information and communications tips on how to best approach our faculty members.
Yes. Please visit the How-to-Apply section for more information.
MEng & MHSc—yes. MEng applicants must also have at least a minor in bioengineering, biomedical engineering or equivalent at a minimum from a university of appropriate standing.
MASc & PhD—candidates with a four year undergraduate degree (for MASc) or research-stream master’s degree (for PhD) in engineering, medicine, dentistry, physical or biological sciences from a university of appropriate standing are eligible.
All degrees (MASc, MEng, MHSc and PhD) require a minimum academic standing of A– in each of the final two years of study.