About the University of Toronto in Canada
The University of Toronto is located in Ontario, Canada and was founded in 1827 as a public institution having been proposed by John Strachan. The University of Toronto ranking is 1st best in Canada, and 22nd top in the world. Similarly rated Canadian colleges include University of British Columbia, McGill University, McMaster University, and University of Alberta.
It is situated on three campuses in and around Toronto.
There are around 33000 undergraduate students and approximately 11000 postgraduate scholars, in addition to the 9000 staff and faculty. The university of Toronto has an endowment of one point seven billion CND. The president is David Naylor. The schools mascot is true blue. It is a member of the world Universities network.
The libraries of the university of Toronto hold over 10 million books, and another 6 million reference articles such as maps, microfilms and magazines. The main library at Toronto is the Robarts Library, this holds about five million books and is fourteen stories high.
University of Toronto Address
The address of the university is as follows:
University of Toronto,
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University of Toronto Canada Rankings and Quick Facts
Motto – Velut arbor ævo (As a tree with the passage of time).
|Ranking – Times 400 (UK)||
|University world Ranking – Jiao tong 500 (China)||
|University world Ranking – Newsweek 100 (USA)||
|North American Rank (Jiaotong)||
University of Toronto Canada Facts
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5,970 / 9,215
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