Scholarships, Grants & Awards
The University of Toronto offers new and current students many financial awards that do not need to be paid back to the university.
The University of Toronto, its colleges and faculties award approximately 2,000 admission scholarships and over 4,000 in-course scholarships each year. For more information, refer to U of T's Enrolment Services website
Does your employer offer scholarships to children of employees?
In addition to scholarships offered by the University of Toronto, there are many outside awards. One important and often overlooked source is scholarships offered by employers to children of employees. Many Canadian companies offer such scholarships. If you are uncertain whether your employer offers this benefit, check with your human resources office.
Grants, which are also sometimes called bursaries, are non-repayable sums of money provided by colleges and faculties of the University to assist students who encounter financial difficulties. These grants are of modest value in comparison to the funding available through OSAP
. They are awarded on the basis of financial need, often in situations where a student experiences a temporary financial setback during the course of their academic program.
University of Toronto St. George
University of Toronto Mississauga
University of Toronto Scarborough
For further information, please visit the following websites:
Awards — External Search Engines
Government of Canada information & planning tools