Ryerson University’s history is rooted in innovative, career-driven education with the goal of addressing contemporary societal needs. Named after Ontario’s first Superintendent of Education and leading public school advocate, Egerton Ryerson, it began as a postsecondary institute designed to combine technical education with academic theory for the first time.
Creative, connected and entrepreneurial—graduate education at Ryerson puts you at the core of what’s next. The graduate programs are distinctive and offer an outstanding student-centred experience.
Ryerson’s collaborative and multidisciplinary research cuts across 8 key themes that represent Ryerson’s strategic strengths and reflect the diverse scholarly, research and creative (SRC) activity that is taking place across the university.
How do university students plan for careers today? The first step is recognizing that employment is no longer about graduates getting one job and staying there until retirement - there’s far more opportunity today.
Instead, graduates today can expect to take on multiple roles in diverse industries - on average 15 jobs across three sectors over the course of your career. Instead of a ‘job for life’, it’s about building your ‘career for life’.
TheInternational Student Advisors are Regulated International Student Immigration Advisors (RISIAs) or Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCICs) who can help through group immigration advising, drop-in hours and one-on-one appointments.
From our upper-year student leaders who are supervised by professional staff who life and work in residence, you will receive support in every facet of your Residence Life experience. These positions are developed to build community, introduce strangers who may become friends, and ensure you are living in a space that cultivates belonging and inclusion.
In university libraries, First Nations history is classified under the category “Indians of North America.” Ryerson’s Library, like libraries in all Canadian universities, adheres to international standards and principles designed to make the world of knowledge more easily accessible.
The Medical Centre is a non-profit unit of Student Affairs that aims to promote a healthy environment for work and study by offering quality health services to current students, staff and faculty.
Ryerson is reshaping the downtown core of Toronto with three new buildings: the Mattamy Athletic Centre at the Gardens, the Ryerson Image Centre in the heart of campus, and a Student Learning Centre on Yonge Street. In addition, currently in progress is the development of a new multipurpose building, the Church Street development (CSD). This new building will be located just north of Dundas on Church Street and will be home to four academic health services programs, Ryerson food services, administration, and a student residence.
We carry out this mission with a focus on exceptional experiences that extend beyond the classroom and promote the growth of all Ryerson students. We also play an important role in engaging the community on and off campus.
The mission is to empower students and build community on Ryerson’s campus by advocating for your rights, supporting student groups, events and initiatives, and providing discounted services to save you money! The RSU is here for you. A platform to encourage collaboration, engagement and empowerment - we are your trusted allies, a resource students can depend on for timely and accurate representation now and in the future.
The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) provides internationally recognized, specialized accreditation for business and accounting programs at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral level.