Ryerson University (RU), since its founding in 1948, has been breaking educational boundaries to rank up as one of the top-leading universities institutions in and beyond the shores of Canada. The Toronto-based institution is currently ranked 25th in Canada and is duly accredited by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, Ontario.
Precisely, Ryerson University offers varieties of courses and programs in different areas of study from the undergraduate level to post-graduate certification. Meanwhile, the 71-year old institution operates on a selective admission system for both local and international students, which includes RU's entrance examinations and students' past academic grades and reports.
That said, the university is renowned for its collaborative efforts with industrial community and partners to accomplish notable discoveries and objectives, which ranges from scholarly and scientific rulings to entrepreneurship and innovation, thereby offering students a scale of educational preferences, different from other universities.
However, the scale of learning distinction is evaluated in the institution's program medley and the proposition of discourses with formal contact to every one of the school's faculty, namely; Arts, Engineering and Agricultural Science, Community Services, Communication and Design, Science, the Yeates School of Graduate Studies, and also Ted Rogers School of Management. Little wonder why the G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education has Canada's largest registration margin with over 70,000 applicants filing each year. Additionally, the Ryerson’s Law School, which was earlier announced to become operational, will parade its first set of students in 2020.