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Meet Our Students
Ryerson, like Toronto, is an exceptionally multicultural community, rich with a diversity of perspectives, cultures and opportunities. Meet some of our international students and learn about their experiences abroad in Canada.
"Being able to meet people from all around the world and learn about their cultures has truly been one of the highlights of living in the heart of downtown Toronto, an experience that only Ryerson can create."
- Yutika Shahani, Curaçao
"I knew that I wanted to go to Ryerson right away, because of the downtown location, the people, and the diversity - not to mention all the great food options! It's a great environment to be in."
- Nick Minh, Vietnam
"I think one of the best things about Ryerson is the combination of resources and opportunities. It's a place that makes me feel like any future is possible."
- Mariana de Queiroz, Brazil
"Ryerson is the school for students eager for personal and professional growth. Being located in an exciting and diverse city, any student would feel at home, no matter where they come from."
- Nathaniel Turnah, Nigeria
"Ryerson means personal growth, professional growth and open doors to endless opportunities. Toronto is home to people from all over the world. It is home away from home."
- Alma Portillo, Mexico
"If an international student wants to learn in one of the most adaptive and progressive modern universities, while living in one of the cultural and entertainment hubs of North America, then Ryerson is the place for them. "
- Deng Thel, South Sudan
"I initially chose Ryerson mainly because of the unique program it provided, but it wasn’t until living here that I realized how grateful I was for what Ryerson and Toronto as a city had to offer to enhance my experience in post-secondary education."
- Kintaro Taniguchi, Japan
"My favorite thing about Ryerson is the diversity in our community. This not only makes me feel more welcomed, but also allows me the opportunity to make friends and learn about different cultures through various interactions on a daily basis."
- Mushfique Ahmed, Bangladesh