Toronto is not only a major cultural centre, it is also Canada's centre for business and finance, providing students from many programs with exciting learning opportunities.
Advantages of Ryerson's Location
- Campus within walking distance of music, movies, theatres, great food, great shopping, and a short cab ride to professional sporting complexes and international attractions
- Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, one block east of Yonge Street, and a one-and-a-half-hour flight from 60 percent of the North American population
- Compact campus; all buildings within a 5-minute walk
- Environment conducive to a learning experience
- Easy accessibility from major highways, airports, train and bus stations
- Friendly reception in one of North America' cleanest, safest, and most ethnically diverse cities
Toronto Offers You More
- Series of nearby neighbourhoods to explore such as Chinatown, the Beaches, and the Danforth
- Unique attractions such as the Metro Zoo, CN Tower, the SkyDome, the Hockey Hall of Fame, various museums, and a picturesque harbourfront where you can enjoy a boat tour of the harbour or a ferry trip to the Toronto Islands.
- Exciting events such as the Caribana, The Toronto International Film Festival, and Winterfest
- Other attractions include: Ontario Place, Canadian National Exhibition (CNE), Ontario Science Centre, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), and many other attractions
- Friendly reception in one of North America' cleanest, safest, and most ethnically diverse cities. Major cities close to Toronto are: Montreal, Ottawa-Hull, Boston, New York, Chicago
- Niagara Falls, with its natural wonders, variety of museums, and casinos, theatre festivals such as the Shaw at Niagara-on-the-Lake, and the Statford Shakespearean Festival in Stratford. The old-world charm of Mennonite Country, near Kitchener/Waterloo and St. Jacobs Ontario Parks - Toronto's location in Southern Ontario's Golden Horseshoe makes these attractions an easy day trip
- Family parks such as African Lion Safari at Rockland, and Canada's Wonderland, just north of Toronto. Ontario now has a total of 280 provincial parks encompassing 7.1 million hectares. Over 9 million visitors annually enjoy Ontario Parks.