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The School of Graduate Studies sets minimum admission requirements as outlined below. However, some departments require a higher average. For specific information on departmental admission requirements, please contact the department that offers the program.
Master's Programs and Full-time Special Students An appropriate four-year bachelor's degree with a final year average of at least mid-B from the University of Toronto, or its equivalent from another recognized university.
Doctoral Programs An appropriate University of Toronto master's degree, or its equivalent, with an average of at least B+, or demonstrated comparable research competence.
Some departments admit directly to the doctoral program from a bachelor's degree, for exceptional students with a minimum final-year average of A-.
The Department offers programmes in linguistics, as well as combined programmes with languages other than English and with Philosophy, as shown in the Programmes of Study.
In addition to the undergraduate curriculum within the Department of Linguistics, there are courses relating to linguistics offered in other departments, such as the language departments, Anthropology, Computer Science, Mathematics, Philosophy, and Psychology, and in the Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence programme.
Related Programs http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/linguistics/SWU/grad/programmes.shtml
Program: Linguistics MA or PhD One Year Full-time Fees - 2003-2004  Doctoral and Doctoral-Stream Master’s – St. George Campus: MA, PhD: 5,442.00 + 705.62 = 6147.62 Doctoral and Doctoral-Stream Master’s – Mississauga Campus 5,442.00 + 632.14 = 6074.14 Doctoral and Doctoral-Stream Master’s – Scarborough Campus: 5,442.00 + 653.82 = 6095.82
UofT Financial Aid http://www.utaps.utoronto.ca/fa/default.htm
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St. George Campus
Walking tours on the St. George campus depart from the Nona Macdonald Visitors Centre, located at 25 King's College Circle. General tours are offered daily Monday through Friday at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., and on Saturdays and Sundays at 11 a.m.
During the summer months of June, July and August. historical walking tours of the campus are also offered Monday through Friday.
March Break activities begin on Saturday March 13 and run to Friday March 19, 2004. For a detailed schedule, visit the March Break website.
University of Toronto Discovery Day will be on Saturday October 16, 2004.
Prospective applicants are also invited to take part in a St. George Campus Visit starting at 9:30 am on Thursdays and Fridays during the months of October, November, and February through March. In addition to an extensive tour of the campus, these visits include an opportunity for admissions counseling and a residence tour, until March 28.
Please note the following dates tours will not be offered on all campuses as the University is closed:
2004: Friday Apr. 9, 2004 - Sunday April 11, 2004 (inclusive) Saturday May 22, 2004 - Monday May 24, 2004 (inclusive) Saturday July 31, 2004 - Monday Aug. 2, 2004 (inclusive) Thursday July 1, 2004 - Sunday July 4, 2004 (inclusive) Saturday Sept. 4, 2004 - Monday Sept. 6, 2004 (inclusive) Saturday Oct. 9, 2004 - Monday Oct. 11, 2004 (inclusive)
All tours are free of charge. Bookings are not required for groups under 10 people; for larger groups we would be delighted to arrange a special tour. To book a St. George tour, or for more information, please call (416) 978-5000.