Overview

Overview

Victoria University in the University of Toronto is an educational provider based in Canada. Founded in 1836 in Cobourg, Ontario, by royal charter from King William IV, Victoria federated with the University of Toronto (U of T) in 1890. It comprises Victoria College, an arts and science college of U of T, and Emmanuel College, a theological college associated with the United Church of Canada. Victoria is one of the oldest universities in Canada and has alumni that include some of Canada’s most recognized innovators, artists, athletes, activists, scientists, educators and political leaders such as Nobel laureate and prime minister, Lester B. Pearson and Nobel laureate and co-inventor of the laser, Arthur Schawlow.

Subjects you can study at Victoria University in the University of Toronto

  • Creative Arts and Design Creative Arts and Design
  • Humanities Humanities
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LIVING COSTS

7,56,416

CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION

4,96,688

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