Yes, while work experience is preferred it is not required.
Applicants are required to have completed a 4-year undergraduate degree. University level business courses taken to supplement an undergraduate degree in another discipline will be counted toward the foundational course required. However, transcripts will be reviewed by the selection committee to determine eligibility. A college or other diploma regardless of discipline is not accepted although college graduates who have articulated to a university degree will be eligible for admission.
No. Offers of admission are made for a specific start date only.
If deemed necessary, the admissions committee may request an interview with an applicant.
It takes approximately 2-6 weeks following the early submission deadline to evaluate an application. Assessing the application for funding opportunities, supervisor availability and scheduling Admission Committee meetings all impact the time it takes to assess an application.
Yes. The fee is $110, and will be required before your application is processed.
There are a number of Ryerson scholarships as well as graduate assistant and research assistant positions available to full-time students who meet specific criteria. International students are also eligible for these scholarships. Learn more about the Ted Rogers School of Management Graduate Entrance Scholarships and Awards.
Yes. International students will pay higher fees than Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents. International students must study on a full-time basis. Please check the Ryerson fees page for a breakdown of costs.
The Ontario Government has a student loan program called the Ontario Student Assistance Program, or OSAP. This program is independent of the school and requires an application. Full details can be found at on the OSAP website.
** All fees quoted are based on the 2013-14 academic year.
If an MScM student needed to reduce their course load, it would not change their fees, since an MScM student is charged fees on the basis of their program. For example a full-time student would pay full fees regardless of the number of courses in which they are registered. Students in the MScM program are required to maintain registration in their program until they graduate or withdraw from the program.