The School of Cities acts as a connective and intellectual hub for students, faculty and visitors. The School provides opportunities for students to gain firsthand experience in urban research and community-engaged learning and supports their professional development, extra- and co-curricular activities. We work with graduate and undergraduate students, community experts and affiliated faculty to build a forum for the co-creation of social impact, innovative projects and knowledge dissemination.
Multidisciplinary Urban Capstone Project (MUCP)
The Multidisciplinary Urban Capstone Project (MUCP) is a unique, full-academic-year capstone course offered to 4th year undergraduates by the University of Toronto.
Multidisciplinary Urban Graduate Seminar (M.U.G.S)
The School of Cities works in partnership with other faculties, schools and departments at the University of Toronto to offer a series of seminars for graduate students enrolled in Masters or PhD programs at the University.
The Graduate Fellows program supports graduate (and exceptional undergraduate) students from across the University of Toronto who are working on urban-focused projects of an applied, translational, or policy-oriented nature.
Urban Data Science Corps (UDSC)
The Urban Data Science Corps (UDSC) is a summer internship program offered by the School of Cities. UDSC presents an opportunity to undergraduate students at U of T who are interested in data and data science to work with real data issues in the public and non-profit sectors and explore data science as a career path.