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The University of Toronto has a long tradition in graduate research in physics. Since 1900 a total of 1,119 Ph.D. degrees have been awarded in Physics. Our graduates have come from all parts of Canada and the rest of the world. They have had a major influence in the world of physics and science as a whole. For more information about some of our distinguished alumni, see Nobel Prize Winners and the .
Our current graduate enrollment (2013-14) totals 182 students in programmes leading to the M.Sc. and Ph.D.
2008: 15 Ph.Ds 2009: 23 Ph.Ds 2010: 15 Ph.Ds 2011: 21 Ph.Ds 2012: 16 Ph.Ds 2013: 34 Ph.Ds
Typically about 25% of our graduate students are women. For more information about women in physics research at U of T, see Women in Physics.
Building on the strong tradition of the last 100 years, the Department of Physics at U of T is continuing with great energy. Many new young, world-class physicists are being hired in tenure-track positions and setting up exciting research programmes. It is a great time to come to Toronto to do your graduate studies in Physics. For more information about life as a graduate student, see the Graduate Student Handbook. We hope you will join us!
We welcome the following new students who have decided to join us for graduate studies in September 2014. This new group of students continue the tradition of selecting the best applicants from all parts of the world.
Here's a list of incoming students for 2014/2015: