Alternate Ways to Study Overview

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Take the opportunity to attend courses at Canada’s top research university, while remaining enrolled at your home institution.

Or perhaps you have previous university experience and wish to upgrade your university record to qualify for graduate school, a professional program, or just for personal interest.

No matter your background, calling U of T Scarborough home is easy.

If you have any questions about our alternate ways of studying, please do not hesitate to contact us at utsc.admissions@utoronto.ca. We'd be happy to assist you.

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Mature Student

Learn more about the admission requirements for mature students.
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Non-degree Student

Applying as a non-degree student is a great way to continue your education.
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Part-time Student

Part-time students take a reduced course load, but enrol in regular classes.
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Visiting Student

A Visiting Student is one who is working towards an undergraduate degree at another North American university.
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Students Currently Enrolled at U of T Scarborough

Learn about how you can take courses at other universities for credit at U of T Scarborough.
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Second Degree Studies

Students who have graduated with a degree from the University of Toronto, or another accredited university, may apply
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Continuing Education

Life-long learning begins here.