Wednesday, July 30, 2014

University Of Toronto

The University of Toronto is Canada's leading teaching and research university, and its unique place in the national landscape can be attributed, in part, to its rich and remarkable history. The University of Toronto was founded as King's College in 1827 and has evolved into a large and complex institution. It now occupies three campuses: Scarborough and Erindale and the historic St. George campus.

U of T has been the birthplace of major research achievements such as the discovery of insulin, the creation of the first electronic heart pacemaker, the single lung transplant and the discovery of the gene responsible for the most severe form of Alzheimer's disease. Recent advances include the discovery of the gene responsible for cystic fibrosis, cloning of the T-cell gene, and the world's first nerve transplant.

University of Toronto has over 9,000 faculty and staff, and more than 60,000 graduate and undergraduate students. University of Toronto locations include: St. George campus: 50,871 students U of T at Scarborough: 9,603 students, U of T at Mississauga: 9,669 students, Institute for Aerospace Studies in north-west Toronto, Dunlap Observatory in Richmond Hill and Koffler Scientific Reserve at Jokers Hill in King Township.

U of Toronto Faculties include:Applied Science and Engineering, Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design, Faculty of Arts and Science, Faculty of Dentistry, Faculty of Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Forestry, Faculty of Information Studies, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Management, Joseph L. Rotman School of Medicine, Faculty of Music, Faculty of Nursing, Faculty of Pharmacy, Leslie Dan Faculty of Physical Education and Health and Faculty of Social Work.

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