During the Canada SROP (June 8 – July 30), you must be enroled in a degree programme that will make you eligible to apply to graduate school at the University of Toronto (UofT) upon completion.
International students are welcome to apply to the Canada SROP. We want to be globally inclusive of the different structures that exist for higher education around the world. International students are eligible for the Canada SROP if they are currently earning a degree that will give them the equivalent of a Canadian 4-year Bachelors Degree at the end of the programme. If this describes you, then we would love for you to apply to the Canada SROP, because we ultimately would love for you to apply to graduate school at UofT!
UofT’s School of Graduate Studies created a tool to help you see the degrees from different countries that are equivalent to a Canadian 4-year degree:
To be eligible for the Canada SROP, you must be currently enrolled at a university and/or graduated in the 2020 – 2021 Academic Year. In other words, students who are graduating this academic year are eligible for Canada SROP. If you received a bachelors degree (i.e., you graduated) on or before the start of theContinue reading “Am I eligible if I already graduated?”
Yes, non-Canadians can apply to the SROP. However, Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents will be given priority during the review process.
No. Undergraduate students from any university may apply to the SROP. Both UofT students and non-UofT students are eligible to apply.
The SROP application requires you to upload your transcript. Academic performance will be considered, but there is no minimum GPA requirement. Please note that we ask you to “annotate” your transcript, by which we invite you to contextualize any grades or other information on your transcript.
The SROP requires that the equivalent of 16 semester-long university courses be completed by the start of the Summer 2021 SROP. The SROP is targeting students who are going into their third or fourth years of university or are graduating this year. If a student took an average of 4 courses per semester for 4Continue reading “Would you give more detail about the eligibility requirement of 16 semester-long courses?”