Finances

Fees

2022-2023 tuition and incidental fees for full-time studies are presented below in Canadian dollars; 2023-2024 fees are subject to change. For more information, please visit fees.utoronto.ca

Domestic International
Tuition1 $14,180 (non-Ontario $14,600) $63,500
Incidental Fees $1,878 $1,8782
Residence $11,628 – $22,447 $11,628 – $22,447
Meal Plan $5,415 – $6,430 $5,415 – $6,430
Books/Supplies $1,500 – $2,000+ $1,500 – $2000+

 

1. Additional costs include co-op fees for those registered in the PEY Co-op Program. Co-op fees only apply from second year onward and are paid per term.

2. International students are required to purchase health insurance through UHIP (approximately $756 per year)

Financial Aid and Need-Based Funding

At the University of Toronto, we recognize the significant contribution you and your family will make towards your education. We are here to support you. Use our financial planning calculator to budget your year at U of T.

Scholarships

All high school applicants to U of T Engineering are automatically considered for Faculty-specific admission scholarships when they apply. Applicants are considered for scholarships on the basis of academic excellence and extracurricular involvement as demonstrated in the Online Student Profile. Engineering applicants may also be considered for university-wide scholarships, for which a separate application is required.

SCHOLARSHIP VALUE PROCESS OPEN TO INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS?
C.J. Dick & Ruth A. Sprenger Scholarship for Mature Students in Engineering Variable

This award is open to a Canadian citizen or permanent resident entering First Year of Electrical or Computer Engineering as a full-time mature student. Preference will be given to an individual who has been out of full-time studies or has been in the workforce for a number of years. The award is renewable for years 2–4 based on academic merit.

Candidates will be asked to submit a short essay outlining why they are applying as a mature student and what impact the award would have on their lives. Please direct applications to awards@engineering.utoronto.ca.

No
Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering Admission Awards Variable, to a maximum of $10,000

Residents of Ontario are considered for Faculty Awards on the basis of financial need and academic achievement. To be eligible for this award, students must submit the UTAPS Online Estimator no later than February 28.

A full list of Faculty Admission Awards can be found here.

No
Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering Admission Scholarships (various awards) Variable, to a maximum of $7,500 No separate application required; students are automatically considered when they apply to U of T Engineering. A full list of Faculty admission scholarships can be found here. Yes (to a maximum of $5,000)
Stanley Timoshek Scholarship in Engineering Variable This award is open to an incoming student from Poland based on outstanding achievement. Yes
U of T Engineering Entrance Scholarship for Black Students $10,000 x 4 years (renewable) This award is open to domestic students who identify as Black on the basis of academic excellence and the information provided on your online Student Profile; financial need may also be considered. Indicate your interest for the award on the Financial Information tab of your Online Student Profile by February 1, 2022. No
U of T Engineering Entrance Scholarship for Indigenous Students Domestic tuition plus stipend x 4 years (renewable) This award is open to Indigenous (First Nations, Métis, Inuit) applicants. Indicate your interest for the award on the Financial Information tab of your Online Student Profile by February 1, 2022. No
U of T Engineering International Scholarships Variable, to a maximum of $25,000 x 4 years (renewable) All international applicants are highly encouraged to complete the Financial Information section of the Online Student Profile to be eligible for consideration. Yes

 

General U of T Scholarships

Some U of T scholarships are awarded on the basis of financial need, academic merit or other special criteria. These awards may require additional information or documentation. If you wish to be considered for these and other awards, you should complete your online Awards Profile on JOIN U of T no later than February 1, 2022.

SCHOLARSHIP VALUE PROCESS OPEN TO INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS?
U of T Scholars Program $7,500 No separate application required; all students are automatically considered when they apply to U of T Engineering Yes
President’s Scholars of Excellence Program $10,000 No separate application required; all students are automatically considered when they apply to U of T Engineering Yes
C. David Naylor University Scholarships $20,000 Complete the Awards Profile by logging into JOIN U of T and follow the Awards Profile link. No
National & Arbor Scholarships National: Tuition, fees, first-year residence plus financial award based on need.
Arbor: $7,500 year 1; $1,500 years 2-4
School nomination (book prize) or direct applications are due by October 20, 2022. No
Schulich Leader Scholarship $20,000 x 4 years (renewable) Visit the Schulich Leader Scholarship website for application information. No
The Lester B. Pearson International Scholarship Program Tuition, books, incidental fees, and full residence support
x 4 years (renewable)

Nomination process through secondary school principal or guidance counsellor.

The school nomination deadline is November 30, 2022.

The student OUAC application deadline is December 14, 2022.

The student scholarship application deadline is January 16, 2023.

Yes

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