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Part of The Royal Conservatory, one of Canada's premiere hubs of musical education, Koerner Hall is a 1135 seat concert hall with a distinctive, wooden look which is highlighted by a veil of undulating oak strings hovering just over the state. The concert hall plays host to a wide variety of musical acts from rock and jazz to classical and world music.
Located on the University of Toronto campus, this hockey palace also hosts music concerts with some of the bigger names in the rock and pop industry. Home to the University of Toronto Varsity ice hockey team, the arena showcases young hockey talent at affordable prices. The cozy environment gives the feel of true hockey, with the players so close to the crowd it feels as though you're on the ice too.
The Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto was established in 1887 and is the oldest and most revered law schools in Canada. Renowned globally for its quality of education, the school offers programs across the field of law. This includes arenas of corporate law, law and economics, legal theory and international law. The school offers extensive courses such as Master of Studies in Law, Global Professional Master of Laws, Doctor of Juridical Science and Master of Laws.
The Victoria University is named in the honor of Queen Victoria. Known for liberal arts and sciences the college also offers courses in theological studies. For admissions schedule and other details, check website.
Alternately known as the University of Toronto's living laboratory of arts, culture and recreation, the HartHouse lives up to this reputation and even exceeds it. The events held here range across lectures, student meetings, visual art exhibitions, installations, athletics, workshops, film screenings, debates, concerts, theater, community kitchens, beer festivals and even ashtanga yoga. What more could one possibly ask for? Check their website for a list of upcoming events; you are sure to find one that piques your interest.