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University of Ontario Institute of Technology

2000 Simcoe St N,

Oshawa, ON, L1H 7K4

Tel: (905) 721 8668


Founded in 2002, UOIT is one of Canada's newest universities, appropriately focused on teaching a modern curriculum through advanced teaching methodolgies.

UOIT offers a wide array of undergraduate and graduate programs, many of which are unique in Canada and aim to prepare graduates for the careers of tomorrow.

The university's leading-edged, wireless learning environment immerses students in information and technologies, preparing them with the skills demanded by hi-tech employers.

Several independent surveys consistently place UOIT at the head of the class when it comes to overall student satisfaction, technology base, and opportunities to collaborate with peers and others on campus.

UOIT students have the opportunity to undertake groundbreaking research alongside their professors in state-of-the art facilities such as the GM Automotive Centre of Excellence (ACE).


Established: 2002

Type: Public University

Motto: "By thinking and doing and we shall lead."

Mission: The UOIT Community-Link Unit is a campus-wide Organized Research Unit that conducts collaborative, interdisciplinary applied research with various stakeholders in the Durham Region mid-size cities and townships to support the needs of the stakeholders of "sustainable communities and cities". Our goal is to help scholars, students and the various stakeholders in the Durham Region community and beyond to understand the dynamics of communities, cities, and regions while informing public policy at local, regional, provincial and national levels.

Colours: Blue and lighter Blue


Mascot: Hunter the Ridgeback

Endowment: $13.1 million

Affiliations: Association of Commonwealth Universities, Association of Theological Schools, Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, Canadian Association of Research Libraries, Canadian Bureau of International Education, Council of Ontario Universities, Canadian University Society for Intercollegiate Debate, Fields Institute, Middle Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association, Ontario University Athletics


2000 Simcoe Street North, Oshawa

UOIT's beautiful and new campuses, in north and downtown Oshawa, ofer modern, purpose-built campus buildings that are flooded with daylight.

Campus Life

Campus Living Video

First-year students

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Getting around

Info for parents and families

Student government


Alumni & Friends

The UOIT alumni is a small but close-knit community of about 6,700.

Alumni Association

Alumni Awards

Alumni Benefits

Alumni Directory

Alumni Profiles

Reid Campbell | Account Director | VMG Cinematic

Reid Campbell BComm '07 (on the right) his brother (left) and Dan Aykroyd on a shoot they did for Harley-Davidson this summer.

Mentorship Program

News and Announcements

Students (Fall 2012)

Total Enrollment: 9,200+ (8,650+ undergraduates and 550+ graduates)

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Student Diversity: International Students


Undergraduate Admissions

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How to apply

Important dates and deadlines

Answers to FAQ's

International Applicants

Graduate Application Process and Requirements


UOIT offers a diverse array of 43 undergraduate and 27 graduate programs under 7 faculties.

Major Faculties

Faculty of Business & Information Technology

Faculty of Education

Faculty of Energy Systems and Nuclear Science

Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science

Faculty of Health Sciences

Faculty of Science

Faculty of Social Science and Humanities

Undergraduate program list

Graduate program list

Diploma to degree


Tuition & Fees

Average Tuition Cost

Domestic Students - $5,680 to $8,830

International Students -$15,995 to $18,820

Total Average Costs

Domestic Students - $8,999 to $13,462

Residential Students - $18,146 to $24,971

International Students - $28,446 to $34,961

Domestic student tuition

International student tuition

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Scholarships & Financial Aid

Managing university finances may seem daunting, but the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) offers a wide range of financial counselling services, along with scholarships, on-campus employment programs and bursaries, to support students throughout their studies.

Undergraduate Student Finances

Financial planning and counselling

On-campus employment

OSAP and financial aid

Scholarships and bursaries

Graduate Student Finances


Chancellor: Perrin Beatty

President: Dr. Tim McTiernan

Provost (Academic): Dr. Deborah Saucier


Academic Faculty: 228 (full-time)

Administrative Staff: 317 (full-time)

Total: 1,272


Academic Success Centre

An opportunity for students to work one-on-one with a trained peer tutor

Campus Bookstore

Technology-enriched learning

UOIT is a leader among North American universities in implementing and using curriculum and industry specific software in a technology-enriched learning environment. Our unique environment is adapted to each discipline based on faculty requirements and input for optimal student learning.


Athletics & Recreation


Campus Recreation & Wellness Centre

The 12,500 square-meter spectacular CRWC includes:

5 Gymnasiums

An elevated indoor walki/jogging track

A 929 sq meters fitness centre

The North Oshawa campus includes:

Campus Ice Centre

Campus Tennis centre

Indoor Golf Facility

Squash Courts

Campus Recreation Programs

Extramural Programs

Campus Clubs