Graduate Degree & Funding description
The Collaborative Program in Biomedical Toxicology which is administered by the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology provides graduate students with a unique opportunity to gain breadth and depth of knowledge in biomedical toxicology beyond their thesis research.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS :
Candidates who wish to enrol in the Collaborative Program in Biomedical Toxicology must first apply to and be accepted by one of the participating home departments under its regulations.
Applicants who listed the Biomedical Toxicology Program on their graduate school applications, and who have successfully obtained appropriate graduate supervision, will be sent a program application within one month of registration. These applicants must contact the Director of the Program to schedule an appointment to complete the necessary registration process.
Type Of Funding
Specific Program Funding Information
The University of Toronto awards over 2400 admission scholarships. Over 350 of these awards are offered to students entering any College/Faculty. The remaining 2050 are awarded by Colleges and Faculties. Several colleges also offer residence scholarships.
Students who have excelled in their programs of study are considered automatically for in-course awards at the end of their first, second or third year of study. These scholarships may be awarded by the University or by the students faculty or college and are based on general proficiency or outstanding achievements in certain areas.
Other U of T Awards
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Teaching Assitantships are available.
Amount For Phd
Amount For MSC
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