MGA students in Devonshire garden


Upcoming recruitment & admissions sessions

25 Jul
July 25, 2024 | 10:00AM - 12:00PM


The Master of Global Affairs admissions committee will review every aspect of your application before making a decision. The committee reviews your academic performance and considers your experience and/or extra-curricular activities as well as all reference letters.


Virtual Tour of the Munk School Buildings

Come explore the University of Toronto Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy buildings at 14 Queen's Park, 315 Bloor Street and 1 Devonshire Place!
MGA students in class


Learn more about our Master of Global Affairs program

Through our professional internship, capstone project and student leadership opportunities, you’ll gain the tools you need to have an impact on the world around you.
MGA innovation class - photo by Riley Stewart
Applications will open on September 27, 2024 for Fall 2025 entry.

The first deadline to apply to the MGA program for Fall 2025 entry is January 27, 2025 (considered for merit-based scholarships).

The second deadline to apply to the MGA program for Fall 2025 is April 1, 2025 (not considered for merit-based scholarships).


Or do you wish to schedule an in-person or online appointment please contact:
Rejeanne Puran, Graduate Recruitment and Admissions Officer, at or

Admissions requirements

Academic record
You will have successfully completed a four-year Bachelor’s degree (in any discipline) or equivalent.

GPA requirement
You are required to have a minimum CGPA of mid-B (3.0), and a minimum GPA of B+ (3.3) in the final year of undergraduate studies of 300 and 400 level courses. Admission is highly competitive and meeting this requirement does not guarantee admission.

International student degree equivalency requirements
If you are an international student you should refer to U of T's School of Graduate Studies International Equivalency tool to find out if your degree meets the School of Graduate Studies requirements to apply.

Quantitative & qualitative requirements
You require both qualitative and quantitative skills to succeed in the MGA program. Therefore, you will need to demonstrate competency in these areas to strengthen your application for admission. The MGA’s admissions committee will review every aspect of your application before making a decision, including academic performance, experience and/or extracurricular activities as well as all reference letters.

English language proficiency test
You are required to submit official English test scores if and only if (a) you do not have a degree from a Canadian university and (b) the language of instruction and examination for your degree was not English.

Fees and financial aid


Thinking about how to fund your Master of Global Affairs?