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Study in Toronto
Studying in Toronto, Canada’s largest city, is a dream for many international students. The heartbeat of Toronto is its vibrant multiculturalism, a rich tapestry woven from the diverse backgrounds of its many residents. So many reasons make Toronto a heaven for international students seeking quality education and an enriching lifestyle in Canada.
Surrounded by tech giants in Toronto
Our Location in Toronto
Centrally situated in the pulsating heart of Toronto is one of our very own Oxford International College campuses in Canada. Toronto’s downtown location places you at the epicenter of everything the city has to offer. Here, every facility you could possibly need is within arm’s reach, ensuring that your student experience in this dynamic metropolis is enhanced.
Why Choose Toronto to Study?
The city thrives beyond academics, too, offering a rich arts scene, professional sports teams, and vast green spaces. Moreover, generous scholarships and financial aid programs make studying in Toronto accessible, while its robust economy provides ample part-time work opportunities.
In essence, choosing Toronto is about embracing high-quality education and experiencing life in one of Canada’s most dynamic and diverse cities.
- Over 230,000 active businesses in Toronto for students to maximize their growth
- Above $90,000CAD average household income
- Reach Toronto's thriving tech sector and start-up ecosystem
- One of the highest employment rates in the world
Popular English Courses in Toronto
In addition to diploma programs, international students often opt for our English courses in Toronto. This is another facet of education in Toronto that makes the city a hotspot for international students.
Check our different English Courses below to find the most suitable program for yourself.
- English Courses for adult students (ESL)
- Summer Camps in Toronto
- IELTS Preparation
- English Programs for Junior Students
- Year-round groups for English learning
Costs of Studying in Toronto
Tuition fees in Toronto vary between universities and colleges. Generally, fees for international students are higher than for domestic students. However, the quality of education that universities and colleges in Toronto provide justifies the cost.
Check the estimated cost of education in Canada for international students.
* Tuition fees may vary for each school in Toronto
1. How is the weather in Toronto?
Spring (March to May):
- Early spring can still feel like winter, especially in March. Snow can occasionally fall during this month.
- Average temperatures can range from 0°C (32°F) in early March to around 15°C (59°F) in late May.
Summer (June to August):
- Summers in Toronto can be warm and humid.
- Average temperatures range from 20°C (68°F) to 30°C (86°F), but occasionally, especially in July and August, temperatures can go above 30°C. Humidity can make it feel even hotter.
Fall (September to November):
- Fall is characterized by its colorful foliage. This is when leaves on deciduous trees change color before dropping.
- Temperatures in September often hover around 20°C (68°F) but can drop to around 5°C (41°F) by late November.
Winter (December to February):
- Winters in Toronto can be cold with snowfall.
- Average temperatures range from -5°C (23°F) to -1°C (30°F). However, colder snaps can bring temperatures down to -15°C (5°F) or lower, especially in January.
2. What support services are available for international students in Toronto?
Toronto, as one of Canada’s major cities, is home to many educational institutions that attract international students. Consequently, there are numerous support services available to help these students adjust to life in Toronto and succeed academically.
3. How safe is Toronto for international students?
Toronto is generally considered a safe city for international students, as well as for its broader resident population. The city consistently ranks as one of the safest major cities in North America.