Employers seek out and hire University of Toronto students and graduates. Our 80,000 students:

  • Represent 161 countries worldwide
  • Come from over 700 distinct undergraduate and 400 graduate and professional programs
  • Consistently rank among the top 25 in the world 
  • Combine rich academics, co-curricular and real-world experiences

Enrich your team with the best and the brightest. Learn about our student population and contact us.

The information on this page will help you plan your visit to campus, including how you want to connect with students, and details like parking, applicable fees and guidelines.

Contents

Plan your visit Want to recruit U of T students? Here are the various ways you can engage with students at our campus.
Fees Fees for our services
Traveling Find out how to get to the St. George campus
Guidelines Our three campus Career Centres adhere to the following guidelines, standards and laws

Career, job and education fairs

Each year, thousands of students and recent graduates, from a range of disciplines, connect with hundreds of organizations like yours at our annual career, job and further education fairs and networking events.

As an event participant, you can:

  • Meet experienced candidates from a wide range of programs
  • Get the word out about your brand on campus
  • Promote opportunities and fill positions 
  • Offer career advice

For a listing of events:

Information sessions & booths

To meet a larger group of students, you can organize an information session or pop-up booth and bring your team to campus.

We’re here to answer your questions, book rooms and handle registration, market your session to your target group and provide you with on-site support. 

Find out more and contact us to arrange your visit to the St. George downtown campus.

 

Learn more about arranging information sessions at:

Use our interview rooms

You can interview U of T candidates on campus for paid full-time positions. Find out more, post a job and sign up:

Fees

St. George campus

Job postings  |  Free
On-campus interviews  |  Free
Pop-up booth  | $500
Not-for-Profit and Government agencies pop-up booth  | $150
Fairs  | Varies 
Information session  | $400
Not-for-Profit and Government agencies information session | $150
Education information session  | $500


(Basic A/V is included and additional requirements are priced a la carte, + 13% HST for all services) 

 

U of T Mississauga Career Centre

Learn more about UTM fees.

 

U of T Scarborough Academic Advising and Career Centre

Learn more about UTSC fees.

 

Traveling to campus

Map 

Visiting one of our three campuses? View our map for driving, parking and transit instructions.

 

Visiting downtown

The downtown University of Toronto Career Exploration & Education office is located at 214 College Street (at St. George Street), Toronto, Ontario, M5T 2Z9.

From College / St. George streets

  • Enter through east side entrance off St. George
  • Career Exploration & Education will be through the first set of doors on your right, in the Student Success Centre

 

Parking

Parking is in the Bahen Centre for Information Technology (BCIT), 40 St. George Street (entrance is off Huron Street).

From Huron Street parking garage:

  • Take elevator to ground-floor level
  • Exit to the right out of the elevator
  • Proceed down the ramp through doors
  • Career Exploration & Education will be on your left through automatic doors, in the Student Success Centre

Guidelines

Our three campus Career Centres adhere to the following guidelines and standards:

 

Learn more about employment guidelines.

NOTE: We reserve the right to select which organizations participate in fairs and information sessions and post jobs.