University of Toronto

Toronto Tech Camps

Digital Media Academy holds its camps at the St. George Campus of University of Toronto in beautiful downtown Toronto. We offer the largest number of courses in Canada at the University of Toronto and each year the number of offerings continues to grow. The wonderful downtown makes it the perfect place to explore your interests and make new friends.

We value our tight-knit community at University of Toronto and have a large number of returning instructors and staff who love to teach our students. Our staff and students love exploring the campus and working on projects in close collaboration with other students.

Sunglasses: Summer is Here

Still looking for a camp? Ask us!

DMA summer is in full swing but we still have room - even in some of our most popular courses! See a course you like but don't see any room online? Ask us! In order to prevent over-booking, we close online registration 5 days before the start of camp. Send us an email, chat with us live on site, or call a Camp Advisor at (866) 656-3342 to inquire about adding your ideal camp to your summer itinerary!

 

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Find a Camp at the University of Toronto

Spend your summer with us! Select a date in the schedule below for more information about our camps, availability, and pricing.

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Location Overview

Take a look at your camp schedule, learn more about tuition, and explore add-ons.

Sample Camp Day

8:00 am Drop-Off
Beat the traffic! Drop off anytime between 8:00 and 9:00am.
9:00 am Hands-on Tech Instruction
Learn + Understand
10:30 am Morning Break + Chill
11:00 am Continued Instruction + Creation
Application + Guided Practice
12:00 pm Lunch Break
Bring your own or purchase a lunch plan, available at select locations.
1:00 pm Back to Camp
Create, Test, Evaluate + Improve
2:30 pm Afternoon Break + Chill
3:00 pm Continued Instruction + Creation
Review + Share
5:00 pm Student Pick-up
Running late? Pick up as late as 5:30pm.

Tuition Includes

Google Apps email account + unlimited cloud storage
Personalized feedback + Project Achievement Report
Certificate of Completion
Digital Media Academy camp t-shirt
Personal Apple workstation for camp
 Low staff to student ratios

Add-Ons Available at Checkout

+ Lunch: Add lunch so you don’t have to bring your own!
+ DMA Online: Choose a course or subscribe to learn at your own pace.
+ Overnight Housing: Stay on campus Sunday to Friday – includes all meals.
+ Weekend Stay: Get ready for fun weekend activities and day trips around the area.

overnight housing

Housing + Meals

Students staying overnight get to experience what it's like to live on a college campus. Sleep in the dorms, eat in the dining halls, enjoy super fun evening activities, and even venture off-campus for weekend excursions.

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The DMA Difference

Discover what sets us apart from the competition and why we're the best.

Top-Notch Staff

Educators, artists, and talented industry professionals with a passion for STEM education.

Well-Balanced Experience

Our students enjoy a balanced camp day with both in-class lessons and outdoor activities.

Project-Based Learning

Our curriculum sparks curiosity, builds confidence, and fosters teamwork and collaboration.

Safety Matters

Our staff is First-Aid + CPR certified and have completed national background checks.

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University of Toronto Campus Facts

Originally founded in 1827 as King’s College, University of Toronto has grown to occupy three different campuses and 180 acres. The campus is responsible for some of the greatest discoveries in medicine, science, and technology. Insulin was discovered and developed here in 1921 as well as the discovery of stem cells in 1963. The first electron microscope was built in 1938.

University of Toronto is also is responsible for the creation of multi-touch technology, the same that’s used in our modern day smartphones and computers. The school’s SciNet Consortium also operates the most powerful supercomputer in Canada. Due to these accomplishments and the resources available at University of Toronto, the university has become Canada’s most important and largest research institution.