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Student Experience

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Your university years are a time for growth and development. Discover everything we have to offer at FEAS below, from our clubs and teams, to student government, zones, clusters and co-operative internships. Or try something new, and explore outside of your comfort zone. Whatever opportunities you choose to pursue, we encourage you to go all-in. By learning as much as you can about your peers, your world and yourself, you will enrich your Ryerson experience and your life.

Student Profiles

To learn more about how FEAS students make the most of their undergraduate experience, scroll through the profiles below.

"My first year of engineering at Ryerson University was very memorable with loads of challenges and successes. Transitioning from high school was tough but with the help of the First-Year Engineering Office, I learned how to prioritize my various academic responsibilities, and even found time to join in on some extracurricular activities. I feel totally prepared for my second year!"

Neel Bhavsar
Computer Engineering ‘21

Neel Bhavsar

“I always encourage students to get involved in the extracurricular and professional development opportunities that FEAS has to offer. In my second year, I was an Architecture Course Union representative and I led a project for the Luminato festival. Those experiences in leadership have definitely shaped who I have become, both as a person and a professional.”

Henry Mai
Architectural Science ‘18


Henry Mai

"The engineering programs host many networking events between students and industry professionals. The closer I get to graduation, the more I see the importance of taking advantage of these opportunities. Now I make a point of attending all relevant events so that I can strengthen my professional and personal connections."

Karol Bahnan
Electrical Engineering ‘20

Karol Bahnan

"I’m really enjoying extracurriculars this year. As the co-director of logistics for the IEEE Computer Society Ryerson Chapter, I've had the opportunity to organize workshops on everything from resumé critiques to cloud computing. I also discovered my passion for medical technology innovation through the Biomedical Zone's co-development lab program, and I'm grateful to be continuing in this direction with my current internship at MedChart Inc."

Sadia Sheikh
Biomedical Engineering ‘20

Sadia Sheikh

"In the industrial engineering program, I’ve found a healthy school-life balance. The willingness of my professors to provide guidance goes beyond what I could have expected. As a result, I am graduating with a full-time engineering job already secured in the project management office at Thales Transportation Solutions Canada, and an enriching academic experience under my belt."

Arshia Mohammed
Industrial Engineering '19


Arshia Mohammed
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Academic Support & Counselling

At FEAS, we support you through one-on-one academic counselling and resources for math, studying, writing, note-taking and reading skill development. Learn more about our academic support and counselling.

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Campus Life

Book a campus tour, explore Toronto through the eyes of Ryerson students, and get answers to your questions about on- and off-campus housing, accessibility, food and more. Learn more about campus life at Ryerson.

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Career Boost

Search the job boards at Career Boost, Ryerson's source for off-campus and on-campus employment opportunities in research, peer advising, not-for-profits, administration, and more. Learn more about Career Boost.

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Career Readiness

From resumé assistance to job fairs and networking events, Ryerson gives you access to incredible free resources. Learn more about the Ryerson Career & Co-op Centre and the Ryerson NEXT professional development program.

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Clusters & Zones

Determined to tackle society’s big challenges? A fan of start-up culture? Then you will enjoy our hubs and communities in areas such as biomedical, urban energy and design fabrication. Learn more about our clusters and zones.

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Co-operative Internships

Co-op can give you focus in your educational journey, an advantage in today’s competitive job market, and direction in your life. Learn more about our co-operative internships, which are offered by every program at FEAS.

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Design Teams

Want to put your skills to the test, travel to cool destinations and meet new people? Consider joining one of our 15+ student design teams, including the Ryerson International Hyperloop Team, Ryerson Rams Robotics (R3), and Ryerson Helium. Learn more about our design teams.

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Ryerson and FEAS can help you turn your idea into a business through our network of hubs, awards and incubators, including the Esch Awards, the Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship, and the DMZ. Learn more about entrepreneurship at Ryerson.

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Equity & Community Inclusion

Our Faculty helps you find your voice and become an ally through workshops, conferences, networking, mentorship and more—all led by our Equity and Community Inclusion Office. Learn more about equity and community inclusion at FEAS.

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Scholarships & Awards

With approximately $33 million in annual scholarship support, Ryerson recognizes and rewards the academic achievements of students. Learn more about available scholarships and awards.

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Student Groups

Get involved and find community by joining a Ryerson chapter of an international organization, a course union, or an interest group. You can also apply to start your very own group. Learn more about our student groups.

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Student Government

Connect with your peers and represent your shared interests through the Ryerson Architectural Science Society (arc.soc) or the Ryerson Engineering Student Society (RESS). Learn more about our student government opportunities.

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This program matches first-year students with upper-year students to help you transition into university life. You can also become a mentor yourself and make a difference in the lives of your peers. Learn more about Tri-Mentoring at Ryerson.

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Undergraduate Research Assistantships

If you are driven to develop your lab and data analysis skills, we offer many opportunities for you to work with our Faculty’s talented principal investigators. Learn more about our undergraduate research assistantships.