New Master's Students 2015-2016
Welcome to the iSchool!
We are delighted that you will be joining us at the Faculty of Information. Use this page to get ready for the new academic year.
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Getting Started @ the iSchool
The iSchool held our Getting Started” session for new Masters students on Saturday, July 11. At this session, we provided detailed information about course sequencing, required and elective courses, timetables, how to register, when to register, fees payments and more. Weren't able to attend this session? Not to worry -- we've included all the information you need to know in the INTRO e-newsletter, emailed to new MI, MMSt and CRO students on July 15, and all the documents are also copied right here for easy reference:
- Registration Guide for New Masters Students - Fall 2015 (MI, MMSt, CRO)
- Timetables - Fall 2015
- MI Course Sequences
- MMSt Course Sequence
- MMSt Course Selection Guide
- CRO Requirements
- CRO Sample Course Sequences
- MI Co-op Information
- Top 10 Questions & Answers
** Please note that all of the documents above are also available directly via the Current Student Portal at http://current.ischool.utoronto.ca
Save the Date - July 28, 2015
Course Enrolment for New Masters Students: July 28, 2015 at 6:00am. Please see the Registration Guide and other documents from Getting Started for all you need to know.
iSchool NEXT STEPS
There are many steps to follow to be properly prepared for starting your program. Please take the time to read carefully and thoroughly all of the information provided specifically for new iSchool students. Also be sure to check the INTRO e-newsletters for helpful information and updates.
iSchool INTRO e-newsletter
SELECTED SESSIONAL DATES
Wondering when classes start? The deadline to pay fees? Orientation week?
Check out our selected list of key sessional dates (PDF) for 2015-2016.
- Mentoring@iSchool (student mentors)
iSchool student groups & associations
- School of Graduate Studies - general first steps for new UofT graduate students
- International Students:
- Inforum & Information Services
Note: The iSchool recommends that students come with their own laptops, netbooks, or equivalent, regardless of brand or supplier since we support both PCs and Macs. Information Services has about 10 laptops, 20 netbooks and 8 macbooks available for loan to students.
Ask An Alum
Help: email Student Services
in your message please specify that you are an incoming Master's student