University Of Toronto, Toronto

University Of Toronto, Toronto - Address, Phone Number

Address: 27 King's College Cir, Toronto, ON M5S, Canada

Phone: +1-4169782011

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About University Of Toronto, Toronto

Circling Queen’s Park, this historic campus of seven colleges is a terrific place to wander around in even if you are not a student. There are lots of shaded pathways, beautiful parks, stately looking buildings and lots of people watching. Don’t expect access into the buildings themselves unless you’re going as a part of the walking tour, and even then some areas are inaccessible unless you are a part of a more specialised tour. Still, even an unofficial walk around the campus grounds that are bustling with students is very rewarding, and a great look into student life between and outside of classes.

University Of Toronto Information

  • Visit the university website for a detailed guide to the campus general walking tours, or even other more specialised tours on offer.

University Of Toronto Opening and Closing Hours

General Guided tours:

  • Monday - Friday: 11:00 am and 2:00 pm
  • Saturdays at 11:00 am.Tours start at Nona Macdonald Visitors Centre, 25 King’s College Circle, Toronto.

How To reach University Of Toronto by Public Transport

  • Subway 1 stop Queen's Park Station.
  • Streetcars 306, 506 stop College St at University Ave (Queen's Park Station).
  • Bus 5, 142 stop Queen's Park Cres West at Hart House.
  • Bus 94 stop Wellesley St West at Parliament Building.

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University Of Toronto, Toronto Reviews

  • Very helpful registrars and staff, world-class researchers, and incredibly passionate professors in the Life Sciences. Had a challenging but rewarding experience as an undergraduate student. There's a lot of room to grow at this institute. Also, fantastic atmosphere for learning with other like-minded students who love learning and numerous libraries to relax and study in. You won't "feel like a number" if you take the initiative to make friends with your professors and peers.

  • Beautiful campus consisting of heritage stone buildings alongside new and modern towers to nest our young and bright minds and future leaders. It is a host for many wedding photography and site seeing, love it!

  • Didn't take a program at UoT but I'm giving this campus five stars for the architecture and atmosphere. Feels like you step into a historical movie set! Usually quiet - an amazing place to just get away from a busy day. They play the bells sometimes in the clock tower which adds to the beauty of this place. Spend an hour or two here and you'll feel refreshed and inspired.

  • Very impressive. I have to take a higher education in Economics subject. I am too much interested to complete Master's degree and MBA degree from this university. Please need a guideline and an honest guide.

  • The school is only good if you are a liberal, otherwise you can do better.

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