We are now accepting applications for Fall 2018
Programs will continue to accept applications until they have filled all available seats. If a program is closed and is no longer reviewing applications for the current cycle, the program will be listed below.
Some programs require applications to be submitted earlier than the general first consideration date. Those programs and dates are listed below. Students are encouraged to submit applications prior to the first consideration date to increase their chances of securing financial support for their Graduate studies.
First Consideration Dates for Fall 2018:
MBA - see website
Molecular Science - February 16, 2018
Nutrition Communication - see website
Philosophy - February 19, 2018
Policy Studies - December 11, 2017
Psychology - December 1, 2017
Public Policy and Administration - December 11, 2017
Social Work - November 13, 2017 (OUAC application only) see website for further details
Urban Development - December 11, 2017
All other programs - January 22, 2018
|ALL programs are no longer accepting applications for the Fall 2017 term (Classes commenced September 5th, 2017)|
Students Impacted by U.S. Travel Ban
Ryerson University is committed to assisting students whose lives and educational opportunities may be negatively impacted by the U.S. Executive Order (travel ban). This support includes applicants from affected countries (Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Yemen, North Korea, Venezuela, and Chad) who are applying from the U.S., but also applicants from the affected countries who have documents confirming their admission to a U.S. university, even if they have not yet started studying in the U.S.
Please note all programs are no longer reviewing applications for September 2017. We are now accepting applications for fall 2018. Potential applicants should contact the program directly for further details.
Ryerson's Provost and Vice-President Academic will create a fund to support graduate students in particular. This recognizes that graduate students who leave their current studentship at a U.S. university will, in many cases, not be able to bring their funding with them. The proposed funds would compensate for that lost funding if a graduate student relocates from the U.S. to Ryerson University.