- The on-line application for the 2013-14 academic year must be complete by 4:00 pm on DECEMBER 3, 2012.
- Supporting documentation, including official paper transcripts, must be received by 4:00 pm DECEMBER 14, 2012. Late applications will not be considered.
Applications are considered complete and can be reviewed only after all documentation is received by the Graduate Department. Please refer to the document requirements in your intended program.To avoid any disappointment we recommend that you submit all documents well in advance.
You must submit your application online which is housed on a secure server at the University of Toronto. A valid email account is needed to complete the application, as the University will correspond with applicants using e-mail.
Until you move to the payment stage, you can leave and return to your application at any point. At the payment stage you can return to check on the status of your application. If we have received your supporting documents with your SGS applicant number on them, it will be recorded in your application record.You can use the on-line system to check whether or not your application is complete (e.g., that reference letters and transcripts have been received).
The School of Graduate Studies must receive your non-refundable application fee ($110.00 CDN) before we can consider your application. You can pay online by VISA or Mastercard. This is a secure and private payment method provided through Mirapay, a third party authorized by VISA and Mastercard. This process requires that popup blockers on your web browser be disabled.
To pay by certified cheque: print an invoice from the SGS application site and mail it with a certified cheque to the School of Graduate Studies.
The online admissions application process replaces all previous pdf and printed application forms. If you cannot use the online admission application, please contact us at email@example.com.
Information about fees is available on the Vice-President & Provost website.
If you are offered admission, detailed information about our stipends and tuition will be provided in your offer letter.
For information on living as a student in Toronto, please consult the University's Student Services website and the International Student Centre website.
English Language Facility Requirement
Proof of English proficiency is required for applicants from Universities where English is not the language of instruction. Please note that an offer of admission will not be made until the minimum score is achieved. English Language Facility requirement
International students should visit the International Student Centre website.
For more information
For general information about the programs, see the Programs
section of our website.
For information on application fees, eligibility requirements, etc please consult the School of Graduate Studies application FAQ page
Online Application and Supporting Documentation
Click on your program of study below for the application and list of required supporting documentation.
- Music PerformanceComposition, Instrumental, Collaborative Piano, Conducting, Jazz, Opera, Piano Pedagogy, Vocal, Vocal Pedagogy
- Music ProgramMusicology, Ethnomusicology, Music Education
- APPLICATION FAQSFrequently asked questions