Toronto Metropolitan University (Ryerson University)

Toronto Metropolitan University, formerly known as Ryerson University, was established in 1948. It is one of the tertiary institutions in Ontario, Canada, and is also a famous comprehensive university, attracting undergraduate and master’s students from 146 countries around the world.


The University offers 55 undergraduate programs and over 60 graduate programs, as well as 125 research centers, institutes and laboratories. The University consists of eight faculties, namely, the Faculty of Arts, the Faculty of Communication and Design, the Faculty of Information Services, the Faculty of Engineering/Architecture/Science, the Faculty of Science, the Faculty of Management (Business), the Faculty of Law and the Graduate School.


Ranked 11th in the overall Canadian University category by McCaughrean Magazine in 2022. Located in the center of Toronto, Canada’s largest city, the university is a typical urban university. Metropolitan University of Toronto attracts more than 39,400 undergraduate and master’s students from 146 countries, offers more than 55 undergraduate programs and more than 60 graduate programs, and has more than 125 research centers, institutions and laboratories.


The most superior geographical location in Toronto


Located in a prime location in downtown Toronto, the main campus is located next to the Eaton Centre, a major shopping center in Toronto, overlooking Dundas Square. Adjacent to the Toronto Business Center area, many banks, stock exchange, insurance, investment and finance companies gather.


Toronto Metropolitan University International College


Offer a bridging course equivalent to the first year of University transfer credit at Toronto Metropolitan University. At the same time, all courses will be taught by professors at the main campus and faculty, and all courses will be university credit courses. Have the same student ID card as students on the main campus and enjoy the facilities and services of the University (e.g. library, recreation facilities, on-campus accommodation, health services, etc.).


Five learning directions
  • Business Management (BComm)

  • International Economics and Finance (BA)

  • Arts (BA)

Partner majors: Bachelor of Business Administration (Economics and Management Science, Entrepreneurship, Global Management Studies, Human Resource Management, Law and Business, Marketing, Real Estate Management), Bachelor of International Economics and Finance, Bachelor of Liberal Arts (Environment and Sustainable Urban Development, Politics and Governance, Psychology, Sociology, Philosophy), Professional Media and Creative Arts.


Popular majors: Business administration and liberal arts.


Enrollment months: January, May and September


Admission requirements:

For Canadian high school students, a grade 12 average of 65 or above in four academic courses and a minimum of 67% in mathematics is required.


For high school students in China, the average score of four academic courses in the third year of high school is 70+, and the math is not lower than 80%.