The university is located in a great spot! Oshawa has lots to offer—a large mall, a beach, museums, nature trails and conservation areas, historical sites, and so much more. Oshawa is very connected. You can get around in the city, and other places in the Durham Region and the GTA easily. I think Oshawa is a nice place to live, giving you the best of both worlds—a big city with a small city feel. Erin Campbell Forensic Psychology, class of 2019 Master of Arts in Clinical and Counselling Psychology student University of Toronto
Map of Oshawa in the Greater Toronto Area

Highlights of your new city

companies creating 67,000+ jobs
city for jobs in Canada
hectares of parks and trails
downtown Oshawa ranks as one of Canada’s top 100 neighbourhoods

conveniently located shopping complex with a variety of grocery, retail and dining options minutes from north campus
restaurants within walking distance from our downtown Oshawa location
market for tech talent growth in Canada
one of the best communities in Canada by Maclean’s magazine