21 Oct 2011

University of Toronto recognized for its arts and humanities program

Toronto's recognition as a top-tier metropolis for educational pursuits continues, as a new report highlights the quality of University of Toronto's academics.

According to a recent report from Times Higher Education, the U of T is one of the 10 best universities in the world for students majoring in arts and humanities.

David Naylor, president of the U of T, said the recognition is significant, particularly in today's society.

"In a world of increasing global challenges, the arts and humanities have never been more important. They not only promote clear and critical thinking; they help us to build bridges across cultures and nations," said Naylor. "I'm delighted to see our faculty recognized for their remarkable teaching and world-leading research in this area."

This is the second recognition to come from THE in as many weeks, as the U of T's engineering and technology school was ranked 18th in the world.

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