Downtown, Mississauga or Scarborough – we extend lifelong learning deeper into the community that supports us.
The School of Continuing Studies is an integral part of the University of Toronto and its long-standing commitment to provide educational opportunities beyond undergraduate and graduate degrees. Canadians expect this return on their investment – to be able to move forward along a continuum of learning, enriching their lives and the life of the community.
Our three campuses
While other post-secondary institutions deliver continuing education in various forms, a university offers distinct advantages, thanks to the scope of its academic offering and the depth of its research expertise. A leading university such as U of T is a crossroads for influential thinkers and investigators in many disciplines. Lifelong learners can only benefit from being at a hub whose spokes extend into science, medicine, technology, business, culture, politics and every area of social inquiry.
U of T’s tri-campus infrastructure enables us to extend the value of lifelong learning deeper into the fast-growing suburban areas of the GTA. At the same time, the School of Continuing Studies is energized by the university’s intellectual vitality and its reputation for excellence. Our students are connected to an institution that understands the needs of a knowledge-based economy and promotes positive change on a global scale.
Our partners within U of T include:
- Division of University Advancement
- Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering
- Faculty of Law
- Faculty of Medicine, Department of Physiology
- Faculty of Medicine, Department of Biochemistry
- Faculty of Medicine, Office of Continuing Education & Professional Development
- Human Resources & Equity
- Office of Environmental Health and Safety
- Rotman School of Management
- School of Graduate Studies
- University of Toronto Mississauga
- University of Toronto Scarborough
- Victoria College University of Toronto