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Welcome to Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU)!

Toronto Metropolitan University appreciates the invaluable work teachers and counsellors do to support students. We consider you our colleagues and we value your relationship.

If you are a prospective student or applicant, we encourage you to learn more, connect with us and review the admissions information tailored for you.

If you’re an international counsellor, please visit the Information for International Counsellors page.

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Whether you’re a teacher or counsellor in Ontario or elsewhere in Canada, we’re here to help! Join our email list to receive special event invitations, key information and all the latest updates from our community.

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Contact Us

Do you have a question we can help support? Connect with us via our dedicated teacher and counsellor email and phone line.

 Email: guidance@torontomu.ca

 Phone: 416-979-5027

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Teacher and Guidance Counsellor Events

February Virtual Event

 Thursday, February 9, 2023
 11 a.m - 12 p.m.

Join us in February to connect online and hear updates on admissions for fall 2023 and connect with the Student Recruitment team.

May On-Campus Event

 Friday, May 5, 2023
 10 a.m - 3 p.m.

We look forward to welcoming you on campus in May. Registration coming soon!

CyberStart Canada

We have launched! CyberStart Canada’s immersive and gamified, hands-on approach to learning cybersecurity will take your computer science lessons beyond the classroom and provide youth an opportunity to discover an interest in cybersecurity as a potential career. Let CyberStart Canada become the teacher with engaging and fun gamified content, putting theory into practice using the world-renowned CyberStart Game, external link, opens in new window. Share with your students to access hands-on learning, unlocking levels using Python, Linux, coding and decoding, cryptography, and much more!

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Are you an International Counsellor?

Please visit our Information for International Counsellors page for upcoming events catered to you!

Breaking Barriers to University Education is a Student Recruitment committee dedicated to collaborating with internal units and colleagues to provide resources and opportunities to students in communities with external challenges affecting access to university education. Interested in learning more? Contact us at visitus@torontomu.ca for more information and upcoming events.

Teacher and Counsellor Resources

Request Materials

Fill out the Admissions Handbook Request Form if you wish to receive an order of admissions handbooks to your school. Please note that we only ship to Canadian addresses.

Important Deadlines

  • Are your students curious when they will hear back? See our Admissions Decisions Release Dates for more information
  • Tuition deposit payment is an essential step for confirming a student’s spot at Toronto Metropolitan University. Tuition deposits can be made starting May 15th and are due June 6, 2023

For Your Students

We’ve outlined further information and advice you can provide your students, whether they are current applicants or thinking about applying to Toronto Metropolitan University in the future.

Toronto Metropolitan University is pleased to recognize the academic achievements of our students. We offer both generous entrance scholarships and prestigious industry sponsored awards. Once students have applied, they will have access to our online awards and scholarships platform, AwardSpring, which makes it easy to search for and apply for scholarships and awards.

Aboriginal Student Services provide a culturally supportive environment to promote academic excellence and serve as a place to balance academic learning with traditional teachings and culture. Visit the Aboriginal Student Services website to learn more about the supports provided to students that choose to self-identify.

Attention All Science Educators!

Interested in programming for your students? Sign up for our SciXChange newsletter to receive programming and event opportunities all about science literacy once per term. We can’t wait to host your students!

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Toronto Metropolitan University is a proud Higher Education Member of the Council of International Schools, the Ontario School Counsellors' Association and the National Association for College Admission Counseling.

CIS Member, OSCA/ACOSO, NACAC