International Pharmacy Graduate
Program (IPG)

Application and Admissions Process

Application Process

To apply to the IPG Program you must:

1) meet the program's minimum requirements

2) prepare all required documents in the format described below

3) submit all required documents to the IPG office

4) pay the application fee

5) complete the online application


Minimum requirements for the IPG Program

To enroll in the IPG Program you must have successfully:

Required documents


Submission of documents to the IPG office
Please scan and send all four files togather in one email to ipginfo.phm@utoronto.ca with the subject heading: Program Application Documents

Payment of application fee
Please use the secure online link for payment of a non-refundable application fee (valid for 2 years from date of payment).  Payment should be made by credit card via this link. A copy of your application fee payment will be sent to the email address you have provided when making the payment.

Completion of online application

To complete the online application form, click here.

The IPG Office will email a confirmation receipt of your submitted application.


Admission Process

Your documents will be reviewed to verify that you meet the program's minimum requirements.

If you don’t meet all requirements the IPG office will contact you to discuss your situation.

Process to obtain a Student Visa for those who do not have Canadian status
If you are not a Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident, or a Convention Refugee you must obtain a Student Visa prior to participating in the IPG Program.
  • In order to acquire a Student Visa you will need an Offer Letter of admission from the IPG Program.
  • You need to apply well in advance of the admission deadline date to allow for sufficient visa processing time.
  • Note that the visa must be valid for the entire length of the IPG program.
  • Please forward a copy of your valid Student Visa to the IPG Program office as soon as you receive it.
For more information on how to obtain a student visa visit the Citizenship and Immigration Canada website at www.cic.gc.ca. It is the learner’s responsibility to obtain a student visa prior to the start of class, and ensure that the visa covers the full duration of the academic term.

 

If you have any questions, call: (416) 946-5779, or toll-free: 1 (866) 969-9499, or email: ipginfo.phm@utoronto.ca