This section provides details and information for comparing and choosing a university in Ontario.
Every university in Ontario and its campuses are profiled which include facts and statistics, visiting, applying, tuition fees and financial aid, academics, studying, libraries, research, graduates and careers, student services, housing, student groups, arts and cultural, news and media, sports and recreation.
Algoma University The University of King’s College has 6 degree programs from the Humanities in Contemporary Studies, Early Modern Studies, History of Science and Technology, and Journalism along with opportunities to take courses and programs from Dalhousie University.
OCAD University OCAD University offers visual arts and design programs for its students in a unique environment that combines studio-based learning with critical inquiry. Programs at OCAD lead to a BFA or BDes and graduate studies to a MA, MFA or MDes.
Redeemer University College Redeemer University College offers certificate and degree programs in the Arts, Humanities, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences taught within the context of the beliefs and doctrines of Reformed Christianity.
St. Jerome's University St. Jerome's University provides undergraduate courses from the Faculties of Arts and Mathematics, in 12 scholastic disciplines, and in 4 interdisciplinary areas, as well as a Master of Catholic Thought.
St. Paul University Undergraduate and graduate degree programs spanning 16 disciplines, taught within the context of Christian beliefs and doctrines, are offered at St Paul University.
Trent University From the Faculties of Arts, Business, Education, and Science and Technology, Trent University offers 34 degree programs, including 7 graduate options, as well as part-time continuing education courses and programs.
University of Guelph More than 94 undergraduate and 48 graduate programs from the Faculties of Agriculture, Arts, Biological Science, Physical and Engineering Science, Social and Applied Human Sciences, and the Ontario Veterinary College are available at the University of Guelph.
University of Ontario Institute of Technology The University of Ontario Institute of Technology is Ontario's newest university. They have combined the academic excellence of a traditional university with career-focused learning and preparation for productive leadership roles. All of the classes are networked and with each student required to have a laptop means that the the University of Ontario Institute of Technology is probably the most wired campus in the country.
University of Ottawa More than 300 undergraduate and graduate degrees, diplomas, and certificates from over 69 disciplines in the Faculties of Arts, Education, Engineering, Health Sciences, Law, Management, Medicine, Science, and Social Sciences are available at the University of Ottawa, along with opportunities for post-doctorate Fellowships.
University of St. Michael's College The University of St. Michael’s College offers undergraduate programs in Book and Media Studies, Celtic Studies, Christianity and Culture, Mediaeval Studies, and Philosophy, 14 graduate programs from the Faculty of Theology, and over 80 continuing education courses and programs.
University of Sudbury The University of Sudbury offers bilingual (English and French) undergraduate courses and programs in 6 areas of study.
University of Toronto More than 300 undergraduate programs in over 74 fields of inquiry spanning 14 professional faculties and in excess of 250 graduate programs, from over 80 graduate departments, along with post-doctorate Fellowship opportunities, are available of the University of Toronto.
University of Trinity College The University of Trinity College offers 11 graduate degree opportunities from the Faculty of Divinity and 3 joint interdisciplinary undergraduate programs with the University of Toronto. Trinity College is federated with the University of Toronto and therefore students of the former may take courses and programs from the latter’s Faculty of Arts and Science.
University of Waterloo From the Faculties of Applied Health Sciences, Arts, Engineering, Environmental Studies, Mathematics, and Science and the Schools of Accountancy, Architecture, Planning, Computer Science, Optometry, and Pharmacy, the University of Waterloo has undergraduate-level offerings in more than 100 disciplines and graduate-level opportunities in over 37 fields of study.
University of Western Ontario The University of Western Ontario has a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs, including degree, diploma, and certificate opportunities, from 12 Faculties and Schools.
University of Windsor Undergraduate and graduate programs, including degrees, diplomas, and certificates, from the Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences, Education, Engineering, Graduate Studies, Human Kinetics, Inter-Faculty Programs, Law, Nursing, and Science and the Odette School of Business are available at the University of Windsor.
Victoria University in the University of Toronto Victoria University in the University of Toronto offers 6 interdisciplinary programs in Literary Studies, Renaissance Studies, and Semiotics and Communications Theory along with a full range of mostly graduate-level theological and ecumenical programs.
Wilfrid Laurier University From more than 80 disciplines across the Faculties of Arts, Business and Economics, Music, Science, and Social Work, Wilfrid Laurier University offers a wide array of undergraduate and graduate degrees, diplomas, and certificates.
York University York University provides undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate programs from the Faculties of Arts, Education, Glendon, Environmental Studies, Fine Arts, and Science and Engineering along with the Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies, Osgoode Law School, and Schulich School of Business, including more than 260 degree options, 17 graduate diplomas, and 5 post-graduate diplomas.