|DCS Graduate Admissions System|
Application to the Department of Computer Science begins with an application to the School of Graduate Studies. Following that you will receive instructions to fill out the Department's supplemental application form by email in 24-48 hours. If you have not received the email check the links below.
University holiday closure: The University of Toronto will be closed for the holiday break from 15:00 on Tuesday 22 December 2015 until 09:00 on Monday 4 January 2016. Graduate admissions online application systems will be available during this time. Applicants may complete applications and submit documents; referees may submit reports. However, staff will not be available to answer enquiries until the university reopens. We will respond to email as soon as possible after the university reopens.
Acceptance of timely applications to our Research focused programs closed at 17:00 Eastern Standard Time (Toronto time) on Friday 18 December 2015. Referees have five days after that to submit their letters of reference. We are now processing complete and paid applications. The application cycle for our Applied Computing program remains open as usual.
We begin accepting late applications on Tues 23 December 2015 to our Research programs until 23:59 (Toronto time) Monday 28 December 2015. Referees will have two days after that to submit their letters of reference. Late applicants have until 09:00 Wedneday 30 December 2015 to ensure their applications are complete and ready for review. No support is available during the holiday closure and late applications will be examined by the committted in the new year after review of timely applications is complete.
In September 2010, the University of Toronto launched a new Master of Science in Applied Computing program to educate the next generation of technical leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs as they learn how to turn research into practical applications. Students will spend the first eight months studying with some of Canada's leading Computer Science researchers, and another eight months in an industrial internship, where they will apply what they have learned to real-world problems.