Admissions Events and Tours


Last Updated: April 25, 2022, 11:26 AM ET

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2022 / 2023 admissions events have begun! Please check this page frequently for new updates.

Overview

The Faculty of Information is pleased to offer a variety of admissions events for our programs, including information days / nights, webinars, student experience panels, virtual tours, weekly drop-in chats with a member of the admissions team, and more!

On this page, you will find information on upcoming events, links to recordings of previous events, and more!

Click the button below to download the 2022 / 2023 Admissions Viewbook for information on our Faculty and available programs:

Information Days

2021 / 2022 Virtual Information Days (BI)

Attend an Information Day and hear from current students, faculty and staff about course work, work integrated learning opportunities, financial aid, admission requirements, etc. in the 2nd Entry Bachelor of Information (BI) Program. Find out about career prospects, student services, admission requirements, practicum and more. Join and learn more about the innovative, interdisciplinary curriculum from the BI Program Director.

Upcoming Events

Bachelor of Information (BI) — General Program & Admissions Webinar

Want to learn more about our new Second-Entry Bachelor of Information Program? Join us for a webinar!

Register for BI Program Webinar Now! (Eventbrite)

  • June 16, 2022, 12 – 1 PM EST
  • June 28, 2022, 12 – 1 PM EST

2021 / 2022 Virtual Information Days (MI / MMSt / CDP)

Attend an Information Day and hear from current students, faculty and staff about course work, work integrated learning opportunities, financial aid, admission requirements, etc. in the Master of Information (MI) & Master of Museum Studies (MMSt) Programs; as well as the Combined Degree Program (CDP) option (MI + MMSt). Find out about career prospects, student services, admission requirements, internships, practicum and more.

Upcoming Events

    • Stay tuned for more!

2021 / 2022 Virtual Information Days (PhD)

The doctorate program features advanced scholarly research in the theoretical basis of information, media and technology studies. In private and public institutions, apply the PhD to professional practice functions such as research, systems analysis and design, and administration. Attend this session to learn more about the admissions process and application requirements.

Previous Event Recordings

Masters of Information & Masters of Museum Studies — General Program & Admissions Webinar

Are you curious to learn more about University of Toronto’s Master of Information and Master of Museum Studies Programs? Do you have general admissions questions? Join us for a webinar!

Upcoming Events

Register for MI and MMSt Admissions Presentation / Webinar now! (Eventbrite)

    • More dates to be announced soon!

Previous Event Recordings

Student Panels

Student Experience & Experiential Education Panel:

Join this session to hear from and chat live with some of our current MI and MMSt students about what its like to be an Faculty of Information student, the different ways to get involved and get the most out of your experience at the Faculty of Information and advice for new / incoming students.

Virtual Tours

Interested in continuing your education at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Information? Come get a glimpse of everything we have to offer with a virtual tour of the Faculty of Information, Robarts Library, the Inforum and more. Led by a Student Ambassador, these 45 minute tours will take you to areas of particular interest to prospective students and our ambassadors will be able to answer any questions you have about the Faculty of Information.

A virtual tour of the Faculty of Information is also available.

If you are not able to access the YouTube version of the video, click the button below to view the video on MyMedia.

Weekly MI / MMSt Drop-In Sessions

Have any questions about the Faculty of Information, or the application process? Register and join us for a weekly drop-in chat / session on Zoom!

Sessions occur weekly on Thursdays, from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM ET.

Meet Your Advisors / Q&A Session (for incoming MI / MMSt / CDP students)

Every Faculty of Information student has a dedicated Academic Advisor within the Faculty to provide you with guidance and academic support. You can go to your dedicated Academic Advisor on any topic or question that you might have throughout the year. Attend this session to meet your Academic Advisors and ask them your questions so you are better prepared for the start of classes in September.

For event details, please view the Faculty of Information — Graduate Admissions Hub website.

Ask an Alum

Did you know that as a prospective Faculty of Information student, you can connect with our Alumni to learn about career development and the real-life experience of entering the workforce? Learn more about the Ask an Alum program.