Ryerson University Profile

Ryerson University is a leading public research university located in downtown Toronto, Canada. It offers a range of full-time and part-time undergraduate and graduate programs leading to Bachelor's, Master's and PhD degrees.

The University has the following Faculties: the Faculty of Arts; the Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Science; the Faculty of Communication and Design; the Faculty of Community Services; and the Ted Rogers School of Management.

The Faculty of Communication & Design is comprised of the following schools and department: School of Fashion; School of Graphic Communication Management; School of Image Arts; School of Interior Design; School of Journalism; School of Radio and Television Arts; Theatre School; Department of Professional Communications.

Ryerson’s Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Science (FEAS) is one of the largest faculties of its kind in Canada, offering a range of programs in the following disciplines: Aerospace Engineering, Applied Chemistry & Biology, Architectural Science, Biology, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, etc.

Ted Rogers School of Management offers a Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) program and Graduate Programs including Masters of Business Administration, MBA in the Management of Technology and Innovation, MMSc in the Management of Technology and Innovation.

Ryerson University's School of Graduate Studies is a member of: Ontario Council on Graduate Studies (OCGS); Canadian Association for Graduate Studies (CAGS); Council of Graduate Schools, United States (CGS).

Rankings:

- 26th in the country and 607th in the world (Ranking Web of World Universities, July 2009).

- 13th out of 21 universities in the primarily undergraduate category of Maclean’s magazine’s 18th annual rankings.

- 11th nationally among the Best Primarily Undergraduate Universities (Maclean 2007).

- Rated 1st as "Leaders of Tomorrow" among the 21 primarily undergraduate universities across Canada (Maclean’s university rankings 2002).