Congratulations! You have been offered a place on a graduate program at the University of Toronto Faculty of Dentistry.
We can’t wait to meet you and welcome you as part of our proud community.
If you are new to the University of Toronto, there is a lot to think about and arrange before you join us on campus. Here are a few pointers to help you get started.
- Dean’s welcome
- Collaborative specializations
- Funding and financial assistance
Join the Graduate and Post-graduate Dental Students' Society (GPDSS) - you will receive information about this upon arrival.
The University of Toronto School of Graduate Studies provides you with resources and information.
Student Services and Student Life at the Faculty are there to help you with everything from registration to exams and finding physical and mental health services.
The Office of Student Life: Dr. Richard Rayman is the student advocate in the Faculty.
The University of Toronto also has a wealth of information to help you settle in:
- New student checklist: a useful guide for your first few days
- Student Life at U of T provides information on all the services available to you at the university.
For incoming specialty program students only
In addition to the above, please see:
- Compulsory health and training requirements before registration.
- Your licence: If you are enrolled in clinical courses, you must hold a General Certificate (Licence) or obtain a Graduate Students Certificate (License) from the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario (RCDSO) before your program begins. You are responsible for maintaining your licence throughout your studies and all associated costs.