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University of Toronto: Institution Main

Research access guide for the University of Toronto.

Overview

About the University of Toronto:

Founded in 1827 as King's College, the first institution of higher learning in Canada. King's College became the University of Toronto in 1850, when the Church of England handed control of the institution to secular authorities.

The university has three campuses and 44 academic libraries with a total collection size of over 12 million physical volumes in 341 languages.

Resources & Facilities

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Institution

Institution: University of Toronto
Founded: 1827
Type: Public university
Location: Toronto, Ontario

Japanese Studies

Undergraduate Studies

  • The Department of East Asian Studies offers a B.A. in East Asian Studies with a concentration in Japanese.
  • The Department of East Asian Studies offers a minor in East Asian Studies with a concentration in Japanese.
  • The Department of East Asian Studies offers a specialization in Japanese.
  • Those interested in applying to the undergraduate programs at the University of Toronto should visit their Undergraduate admissions page.

Graduate Studies

  • The Department of East Asian Studies offers a M.A. in East Asian Studies.
  • The Department of East Asian Studies offers a Ph.D. in East Asian Studies.
  • Those interested in Japan-related graduate degrees from other departments should consult the individual departments' websites.
  • Those interested in applying to the graduate programs at the University of Toronto should visit their Graduate admissions page.

Other Academic Information

  • The University of Toronto employees over 30 faculty and academic staff in Japan-related positions.
  • Japan-related courses are taught outside the Department of East Asian Studies in the following subjects: art & archaeology, comparative literature, general, history, history & economics, language & linguistics, language & literature, literature, performing arts, political science, reference & research, religion, religion & thought, and visual & performing arts.

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