It’s Class Schedule Season!

August is here, which means it’s just about time to start thinking about your courses! Course enrolment is an exciting time for some, and a stressful time for others. In order to set you up for success, we’ve created this blog post to help you out! First off, let’s understand some key language: Course Intentions are chosen earlier […]

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Guest Blog: Information for Non-Approved Students

Jonathan Christie is the Manager of Ryerson University’s Undergraduate and Admissions’ Client Services. With summer-like weather finally here, we’re busy reviewing and making admission decisions on our Fall term applications.  With so many strong applicants and a limited number of seats available, we inevitably fill our programs and regrettably have to send out non-approval decisions. […]

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Admitted International Students: Apply for Your Study Permit Now

Students can print their official Offer of Admission, as well as their Letter of Acceptance for International Students (LAIS) from the “My Documents” section of the Applicant Status page of their portals. These documents will not be sent to students by courier. International students (anyone who is not a Canadian citizen or permanent resident) must obtain a study permit before entering Canada. Students are required to present both […]

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Top Questions in Client Services ~ Week of June 6, 2013

Greetings from Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment, We are busy reviewing and issuing decisions for the remaining applications.  We have many programs that are still open and accepting applications, so be sure to review the Programs Accepting Applications page if you would like to be considered for additional programs.  At Ryerson we do not deflect offers, […]

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