U of T Career Centre - currentgrad

By: University of Toronto  09-12-2011

Target over 10,000 students who graduate annually from various programs. These graduates are available to start full-time work in May, when final exams are completed. We recommend the optimal time to start recruiting the graduating class is during the months of September, October and November of the previous year.

Connecting with this year's graduating class, made easy:

  1. Arrange for a consultation with one of our experts. We can help you target any discipline at the University of Toronto's three campuses - downtown Toronto, Mississauga and Scarborough - and provide free consultation services on how to attract the graduating students or recent graduates you need for your organization.
  2. Register and submit your job posting.
  3. Select dates for the following:
  4. Additional services that can be included in your recruitment program:

For inquiries, to confirm services and dates for your recruitment program, contact:

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