Admission Events

We offer two types of admission events for prospective applicants: information sessions and educational fairs. Information sessions occur at 500 University Avenue and offer applicants the opportunity to hear a presentation given by faculty and admissions officers,  meet current students and tour our facilities. Educational fairs take place a variety of Ontario universities and feature a booth staffed by an admissions officer. Applicants are able to ask specific admission and program questions at either venue.

Information Sessions

The Department of Physical Therapy and the Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy hold joint information sessions at the Rehabilitation Sciences Building located at 500 University Avenue every fall. These sessions will provide prospective applicants with an opportunity to learn about the professions from faculty members. A portion of the presentation will be also spent on application procedures and Q&A, and applicants will be given the option of participating in a facility tour given by our current students.

Dates for Admission Cycle 2017-18: November 17, 2016

Registration for the session begins at 3:30 pm; we will begin the presentation at 4:15 pm and end at approximately 5:45 pm (including the tour).

If you would like to learn more about our professional rehab programs at U of T and tour our facilities, please complete our registration form. You must register to attend an information session. If you would like a parent or friend to attend the event with you, they must register for the event.

Recorded Information Session 

If you were not able to attend a session, you are able to access the recorded Physical Therapy presentation, which includes information on the profession and admission requirements for the 2017 cycle. Please refer to How to Apply page for recorded information session.


Educational Fairs

We will be attending various educational fairs this fall. Representatives will be on site to provide information on admission requirements and the programs.