7. University of Toronto
The Temerty Faculty of Medicine (previously Faculty of Medicine) is the medical school of the University of Toronto which was founded in 1843. It is one of Canada’s oldest institutions of medical studies, being known for the discovery of insulin, stem cells, and the site of the first single and double lung transplants in the world. The Doctor of Medicine program at the University of Toronto is a 4-year MD program with a total enrollment of about 850 students. The first two years are known as the pre-clerkship curriculum, during which M.D. candidates acquire basic biomedical and human anatomy knowledge.