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Fillable PDF Transcript Request Form
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How to order a transcript using our PDF forms:

Step 1: Open the Transcript Order Form.  You can complete the fillable PDF or you can download a PDF and write in the information to complete the form.

Step 2: Complete one form for each recipient

Step 3: Print & Sign

Step 4: Submit in person, via regular mail, or scan and email the form with government issued photo ID

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How to order a transcript using our PDF forms:

Step 1: Open the Transcript Order Form.  You can complete the fillable PDF or you can download a PDF and write in the information to complete the form.

Step 2: Complete one form for each recipient

Step 3: Print & Sign

Step 4: Submit in person, via regular mail, or scan and email the form with government issued photo ID

Graduate Supervision Guidelines – Faculty Edition
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As one of the most research-intensive universities in the world, the University of Toronto prides itself on providing graduate students with the opportunity for a deep engagement with scholarly work within their given discipline. Most research-stream doctoral students have a requirement to produce original research, complete a written thesis, and defend it at a Final Oral Examination. Similarly, research-stream master’s students normally have to write and defend a thesis based on original research. Additionally, a number of professional doctoral and master’s programs require that their students be engaged in scholarly activities under the supervision of a faculty member.

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As one of the most research-intensive universities in the world, the University of Toronto prides itself on providing graduate students with the opportunity for a deep engagement with scholarly work within their given discipline. Most research-stream doctoral students have a requirement to produce original research, complete a written thesis, and defend it at a Final Oral Examination. Similarly, research-stream master’s students normally have to write and defend a thesis based on original research. Additionally, a number of professional doctoral and master’s programs require that their students be engaged in scholarly activities under the supervision of a faculty member.

Graduate Supervision Guidelines – Student Edition
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One of the hallmarks of graduate studies at the University of Toronto is a student’s deep engagement with scholarly work, both past and present, in a given discipline. For research-stream doctoral students, this includes a requirement to produce original research, complete a written thesis, and defend it at a Final Oral Examination. Similarly, research-stream master’s students normally have to write and defend a thesis based on original research. Additionally, a number of professional doctoral and master’s programs require that their students are engaged in scholarly activities under the supervision of a faculty member.

 

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One of the hallmarks of graduate studies at the University of Toronto is a student’s deep engagement with scholarly work, both past and present, in a given discipline. For research-stream doctoral students, this includes a requirement to produce original research, complete a written thesis, and defend it at a Final Oral Examination. Similarly, research-stream master’s students normally have to write and defend a thesis based on original research. Additionally, a number of professional doctoral and master’s programs require that their students are engaged in scholarly activities under the supervision of a faculty member.

 

Graduate Supervision Guidelines – Students
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This document will help you as a graduate student at the University of Toronto understand best practices in graduate supervision. While these guidelines are written primarily for students in research-stream programs, they will equally apply to many students in professional programs. Indeed, most of the principles underlying best practices in supervision apply to all activities that involve students working with faculty members on scholarly projects.

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This document will help you as a graduate student at the University of Toronto understand best practices in graduate supervision. While these guidelines are written primarily for students in research-stream programs, they will equally apply to many students in professional programs. Indeed, most of the principles underlying best practices in supervision apply to all activities that involve students working with faculty members on scholarly projects.

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