A Q&A with President’s Scholarship recipient Sylvia Gehring

Ryerson University’s prestigious President’s National Entrance Scholarship provides $10,000 in funding per year ($40,000 total) to a select group of incoming students who have demonstrated outstanding academic accomplishment and leadership qualities. The scholarship is renewable each year provided the student maintains a high GPA. Sylvia Gehring is one of the 2019 recipients of the President’s…

Five things to consider when choosing the right program for you

Choosing a university and a program to apply to and completing the application are big steps. But, are you ready for what’s next? If you get accepted to more than one program, how will you decide which path is right for you?  To help you make that decision, I prepared this short guide of five…

Why Study Business at TRSM?

Hey Everyone! I hope all of you out there are either enjoying your summer break or the last few weeks of high school! For those of you lucky ones on summer break, I hope you are enjoying this time off to relax with family and friends while soaking up the sun! For those of you…

Why Choosing TRSM Was The Best Decision I Made

Four years ago, I would have never believed that I would choose to attend Ryerson University instead of the University of Toronto. Prior to the start of my final year of secondary school, I was almost 100% confident that I would be studying Political Science at the University of Toronto’s St. George campus and eventually…

YOU ARE ACCEPTED: Is that an offer or a conditional offer?

Oh no! The time has come you have submitted your applications to universities and you are now anxiously waiting to hear back on your offers of admission. I know this can be a time of anxiety and excitement! However, you must remember that most of the offers that are going out to students are conditional…

4 Years Later – How to Make the Most of Your Time at TRSM

After 4 amazing years at Ryerson, it is time for me to move on to my next chapter. As I prepare to transition into the work world, I can’t help but reflect on the past four years and how they have changed me for the better. One thing I am certain of after all this…

All You Need To Know About The March Break Open House!

Just applied to the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson? Curious to know what we have to offer? Interested in learning more about our various programs, campuses, and facilities? If so, you won’t want to miss out on two of our upcoming events! During the month of March, Ryerson will be hosting two events:…

The Transition: High School to University

The transition from high school to university can bring up very mixed emotions for most. On the one hand, you are excited to be done with high school, start a new chapter, study something you are interested in, and excited to make great memories. On the other hand you may be nervous, scared, have no…

My Experience As A Direct Entry Student

Nervous, scared and excited… these were only a few of the things I felt as I began my journey from college to university. However, ever since I was in high school I knew that I wanted to complete both an advanced diploma and my undergraduate degree. I had a plan and I was sticking to…

Why Do A Business Related Undergraduate Program?

Deciding what program you want to pursue can be one of the hardest and most important decisions. I know there are high school students that already know exactly what type of career they want to be in and the program they want to study early on. However, that isn’t the case for everybody. Many students…

Why Retail Management Was The Right Decision

Quite honestly, the factors I used to determine which university program I’d attend were pretty flawed. I didn’t take much consideration into the possible job opportunities, the curriculum or what each school offered. I have many peers who after first year switched programs or after completing their bachelor degrees went on to enrol in another…

Why I Switched from York University to Ryerson University

I started my first year at York University and it was a great experience. People there were extremely friendly, the social events were lively, and the campus was huge. Throughout the year, I would go down to the Ted Rogers School of Management (TRSM) to study with a friend of mine.