Submit your online application for our Master of Science (MSc) program between Sep 22 and Jan 15 each year. The deadline for supporting documents is Jan 22. All online applications and supporting documents should be submitted through the School of Graduate Studies Online Application Portal. We will be sending out letters of offer in February.
MSc Admission Requirements
Successful candidates have a strong background in mathematics, statistics, or a related field. Outstanding performance in their course work, outstanding letters of recommendations and well-thought-out statements of intent are an asset. Prior research experience is also valuable.
You must meet all admissions requirements in order to be considered for entry into the program. In addition to our admissions requirements for each program, please familiarize yourself with the minimum requirements, rules, and regulations of the School of Graduate School Studies. You can also use the School of Graduate Studies’ Selection of Frequently Asked Questions as a reference.
We receive many outstanding applications, and admission to our program is competitive. Unfortunately, we cannot offer admission to all qualified applicants.
You will need an appropriate bachelor’s degree with high academic standing from a recognized university in a related field such as statistics, actuarial science, mathematics, economics, engineering, or any discipline where there is a significant quantitative component.
You will need an average grade equivalent to at least a University of Toronto B+ in the final year or over senior courses.
The equivalent of most, though not necessarily all, of the following courses:
MAT 137Y (Calculus)
Please note that the department has stopped offering non-degree programs.
For more information on admissions to our MSc program and program requirements, visit the School of Graduate Studies calendar.
All application materials should be submitted to the School of Graduate Studies through the online application system. We do not accept any hard copies of anything. All files are adjudicated online.
The admission deadline for our full-time and part-time MSc program is Jan 15. The deadline for supporting documents is Jan 22. Submit your online application for our Master of Science (MSc) program between Sep 22 and Jan 15 each year.
Please send a summary of your experiences in education, work, travel, volunteering, and other relevant areas. The maximum length is two pages, single spaced.
As part of your application, please submit a letter of intent or personal statement online outlining your goals for your graduate studies.
Electronic copies of transcripts are required at the time you apply online. Only if you are successful at gaining admissions will we require official copies to be mailed to the department.
You will need three letters of recommendation, to be submitted online by your referees through the online application system.
If you wish, you may submit an official copy of any Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores, including the Advanced Mathematics Examination, directly from the testing service to the department (Department Code: 0982). An unofficial copy may be included with your application while waiting for the official one to arrive.
This is suggested, but not required for international students.
Please submit official copies of your English proficiency scores (Department Code: 0982). You can include unofficial copies with your application while waiting for the official ones to arrive.
The non-refundable application fee is currently CAD $120.