As a graduate student here, you will find a cooperative approach to philosophy in our broad range of seminars and in informal conversation, a lively intellectual environment and an engaging series of talks and workshops.
Most of all, you will find attentive, encouraging, high-quality teaching and advising from respected researchers to help you make the transition from undergraduate to your chosen career.
2019 Graduate Seminar with Dr. Philip Robbins. Photos by Fernando Alvear.
I'd like to express to you my admiration for your graduate program. My interactions with your students left a very positive impression. I found your students extremely well prepared, eager to discuss the issues, and very well informed. I have seldom had such incisive and rigorous questioning from an audience. I have long been of the opinion that the best graduate programs are those that foster a strong sense of community, where students feel empowered and involved. … I certainly got the feeling that your students consider themselves to be important members of an active and supportive intellectual community.
— Denis Walsh, Canada Research Chair in Philosophy of Biology, University of Toronto