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Graduate Students

Welcome to the University of Toronto Faculty of Music Graduate Student Page!

The information found on this page is primarily intended for Current graduate students.

If you are a Prospective Graduate Student:


Todd Will (Graduate Programs Administrator) - Course Enrolment, Registration, Funding/Scholarships, etc...

Victoria Boerner (Graduate Programs Assistant) - General Inquiries, Admissions and TA Support

TA enquiries: 

Twitter: @MusicGraduateUofT

Facebook: @UTGradOffice


Welcome Guide for New Students 2024-25

2024-2025 Information for New and Returning Students

2024-2025 Sessional Dates

Course Descriptions

2024-2025 Course Timetable  (updated July 15)

2024-2025 Degree Checklists 

Please note that not all of the courses listed in the Graduate Course Descriptions are offered every year. Consult the Gradute Course Timetable for courses offered in the current academic year. 

For a list of requirements for each graduate degree program please see the Graduate Degree Checklists. We recommend that you save a copy of the appropriate checklist for your own record keeping purposes (you will continue to follow the degree requirements applicable to the year of your admission). While we encourage consultation with the Graduate Office and the Associate Dean, Graduate Education, ultimately the responsibility for completing the degree requirements will be up to each individual student.



Faculty of Music "Safe Spaces"

Resources for Students Experiencing Financial Insecurity (pdf)

Graduate Studies on SharePoint

For other forms, guidelines, and information pertaining to graduate programs at the Faculty of Music please visit the Graduate Studies SharePoint page.  You will need a valid UT+ email address, your UTORid and password to access this site. Newly admitted students will gain access to SharePoint by mid-September.

Graduate Academic Appeals

Currently registered Music graduate students may appeal substantive or procedural academic matters, including grades, evaluation of comprehensive examinations and other program requirements. Students must first attempt to resolve the matter with the instructor or other person whose ruling is in question. Should the matter not be resolved with the instructor, and should the student wish to pursue the matter, the student must discuss the matter with the Associate Dean, Graduate Education. Should such discussions fail to resolve the matter, the student may then make a formal appeal in writing: to the Chair of the Graduate Department Academic Appeals Committee (GDAAC). The Graduate Office can provide you with the name and contact of the chair of the GDAAC.  More information about graduate appeals can be found here:

School of Graduate Studies

Another important resource is the University of Toronto School of Graduate Studies webpage for campus-wide information.


Please visit the School of Graduate Studies link for International Students for information on the following:

Centre for International Experience
Medical Insurance for International Students


For graduate students conducting research involving human subjects please visit Research Ethics Board for further information. Appropriate forms can be found at Forms and Templates. Completed Ethics Forms should be submitted to Associate Dean, Research  for approval before the supervisor forwards the form to the Research Ethics Board.



 Fees for Domestic Students and International Students.