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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How do I apply for TRSM?

Visit How to Apply on the Ryerson University website for step-by-step instructions, applications and related documents, and other information related to applying for programs at Ryerson.

How much does it cost to attend TRSM?

Tuition fees vary depending on the program, whether accommodations are needed, and whether you are attending from out of province or country.

 

To learn more about the fees, finances and the cost of attending TRSM, visit Ryerson University’s Admissions page.

Is financial assistance available?

Financial assistance is available through OSAP and the many great student awards and scholarships at TRSM and Ryerson University. For more information, visit Student Financial Assistance to learn about resources available to help you meet your financial needs.

What types of graduate programs are available?

TRSM offers three innovative graduate degrees:

 

TRSM also offers Professional Master's Diplomas in a variety of in-demand fields:

 

Visit Ryerson University's Graduate Studies website for more information about other graduate programs offered at the university.  

How do I get to campus?

TRSM is located in the heart of downtown Toronto and is attached to the Toronto Eaton Centre, one of the city's largest shopping malls and most popular tourist attractions. It is accessible by taking the subway to Dundas Station. Visitors may also wish to take the subway to Union Station and follow the underground pedestrian PATH system, or to ride the 505 Dundas streetcar to Yonge Street or Bay Street.

 

GO Transit also offers frequent service to downtown Toronto from all over the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).

 

Visit Parking at Ryerson for more information about parking personal vehicles on campus or nearby.

Are there campus tours for visitors and prospective students?

Ryerson University offers a variety of virtual and in-person tours.

 

Discover Ryerson University's bustling downtown campus through a campus tour. Campus Tours run twice a day at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. and are approximately 90 minutes.

What are the admissions and visa requirements for international students?

Incoming international students can get program specific information directly from individual schools, as well as more general information about international programs at Ryerson directly from Ryerson International.

Does TRSM offer international exchanges?

Yes! TRSM has exchange partners across the world, including Australia, Denmark, Germany, France, England, Ireland, Mexico, Chile, Hong Kong, Singapore, Austria, Sweden, New Zealand, The Netherlands, Scotland, Spain and many more.

 

Visit TRSM’s International Exchange Program website for details.

How do I find contact information for TRSM students, faculty, and staff?

To find a specific school or department, please visit our Contact Us page.

 

To find a specific staff or faculty member, please visit Ryerson University's directory.

What are the general phone number and mailing address for TRSM?
  • Building address: 55 Dundas Street West
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5G 2C5
  • Mailing address: 350 Victoria Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5B 2K3
  • Phone: 416-979-5000
  • Fax: 416-979-5001
How can I support TRSM?

There are many different ways of supporting TRSM, including through one-time, monthly or annual gifts, or through the many naming opportunities available across campus.

 

For more information, please visit Giving to TRSM.

Does TRSM rent facilities for non-TRSM events?

Throughout the year, and especially from May to August, many meeting rooms and event spaces are available for corporate or associate group rental.

 

For more information, please contact Facilities and Building Operations at 416-979-5000 x 2407 or email trs.facilities@ryerson.ca.

What is a degree-completion program? Do I need to have completed post-secondary education first?

Degree completion means that your previous education (diploma or degree) will constitute years one and two of a four-year Bachelor degree, and your work in school will be equal to years three and four. TRSM currently offers a part-time Bachelor of Health Administration degree-completion at the School of Health Services Management. Students enroll in either the Health Services Management program or Health Information Management program.

What are the differences between a Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) and a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)?

The Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) degree originated in Britain and traditionally involves majoring in a specialized area of business, such as accounting or finance, both of which can be studied at the School of Accounting & Finance. A Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is intended to provide students with more general knowledge in all the functional areas of business, and may or may not include a major. At this time, TRSM and Ryerson University do not offer BBA degrees.

 

At TRSM, the School of Accounting & Finance, Ted Rogers School of Business Management, Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management, Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management and Ted Rogers School of Retail Management are all BComm programs. The School of Health Services Management is a degree-completion program.