NEW! International students attending an out-of-country (or equivalent) secondary school may apply for one of six (6) President's International Entrance Scholarships, valued at $40,000 each! Winners will receive $10,000 during each year of study, subject to terms and conditions. You can download the application from the Entrance Scholarships page.
International students attending an out-of-country (or equivalent) secondary school may apply for one of seven (7) International Secondary School Merit Scholarships, valued at $5,000 each. You can download application from the Entrance Scholarships page. International students studying at a secondary school with a recognized Canadian curriculum are automatically considered for Guaranteed and Renewable Entrance Scholarships when they apply for admission.
The following is an estimate of the minimum costs, calculated in Canadian funds, for attending Ryerson. This is based on current information, is subject to change, and is based on an 8-month period from September 2015 to April 2016.
|Tuition Fees*||$22,000 - $24,800|
|University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP)**||$612|
|Course Materials/Resources***||$1,100 - $9,900|
|Room and Board||$9,900 - $13,800|
|Local Transportation (Subway/buses)****||$896|
|Incidentals||$2000 - $3,200|
|Total||$36,508 - $53,208|
Exact fees vary by student and program. Tuition fees for 2015-2016 will be confirmed in June 2015. Fee statements are mailed between June and September. Fees are subject to change without notice.
** Subject to change without notice.
*** Costs of books, supplies, course materials, lab fees, equipment, kits and academic field trips can vary from $1,100 to $9,900 each year for students in some programs (e.g., Architectural Science, Fashion, Image Arts, Interior Design, Performance, Urban and Regional Planning).
**** Costs for traveling within the city of Toronto may vary from traveling outside of the city.
International students coming to Ryerson from high schools outside of Canada are given top priority in the residence application process.