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Ryerson University is Canada’s leader for career-focused university education, with approximately 28,000 undergraduate and graduate students including more than 1,950 masters and PhD students. Established in 1948, Ryerson University is named after the founder of public education in Ontario, Egerton Ryerson.

Ryerson University offers both professionally targeted programs – an area in which Ryerson leads among Canadian universities – and contemporary arts and science degrees. Ryerson students benefit from a real-world, relevant curriculum that lets them practice while they learn, and prepares them to hit the ground running when they graduate.

Ryerson's location in the heart of downtown Toronto provides students with an exciting learning environment. As Canada’s largest and most multicultural city, Toronto is host to multinational firms, industry head offices and provincial government departments and agencies – all translating into countless employment opportunities for Ryerson students.

Special Characteristics
The special mission of Ryerson University is the advancement of knowledge and research to address a societal need, along with the provision of programs of study that provide a balance between theory and application, and that prepare students for careers in a variety of fields. Ryerson is recognized for the excellence of its teaching; the relevance of its curriculum; the success of its students in achieving their academic and career objectives; the quality of its scholarships, research and creative activity; and its commitment to accessibility, lifelong learning and involvement in the broader community.