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Use the PDF fileStudent Health Certificate if a request for academic consideration or an appeal requires that you provide documentation from a doctor.
Use the PDF fileReligious, Aboriginal and Spiritual Observance Form if you are requesting academic consideration for work that you are missing due to a religious, Aboriginal or spiritual observance..
Visit Fashion Undergraduate Student Guide to get information on administrative procedures & services, transfer credits, course intention & enrolment, academic considerations, policies, technical matters and more. This is a helpful resource for School of Fashion specific information, tools and resources.
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Current students can find all relevant and up-to-date information about internships and other opportunities in the “Internship and Opportunities Hub” course shell on D2L. If you have not been automatically enrolled in this shell, please contact Brittany Paty.
Important Note for Fall 2021
Students are recommended to complete all their internships remotely for the Winter 2021 semester. If an internship requires even occasional in-person work, students must apply for an exemption from the Associate Dean of The Creative School, and this exception may be granted on a case-by-case basis.
In-person work will be indicated on the FITS application, and approval will be pending. Once students have indicated placement has in-person components, they are to email email@example.com to begin the process of an exception. Until the exception has been granted, students are not to complete and in-person work at their internship. Please inform your employer of this as soon as possible.
Internships should involve educational experiences in the workplace that equip the student with technical and interpersonal skills required to work effectively in both the public and private sectors. After the completion of the internship, students will be able to reflect positively on their experience taking away key transferable skills required in the current Canadian and global labour market(s).
Visit WSIB, external link, external link and familiarize yourself with the legal right you have at work and safety regulations in Ontario., external link, external link Please also read the Internship & Placement Well-Being Handbook, external link, external link before beginning your internship position, to learn more about your rights at work, and how Ryerson supports diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Visit Ryerson University's Student Code of Conduct, PDF filePDF filePolicy 61, to understand your responsibilities while representing Ryerson University at an external position.
Students who entered the program Fall 2019 or before are required to enrol into FSN 402 Internship in their final year of study. They academic requirements for internships are as follows:
- A minimum of 250 hours of internship/work experience is required.
- The remaining 150 hours can be made up of any combination of work experience and University-led workshops.
- 250 hours of internship/work experience is required.
- Participation in 6 University-led workshops is required.
Prior to beginning an internship, students must ensure that their profile on the FITS portal is complete.
Students can then begin an application for their internship position. Complete your application within two weeks of starting at your position.
Students must complete, sign, and submit the following forms:
- Student Liability Waiver and Workplace Safety Insurance Board (WSIB) Forms
- Student Declaration of Understanding
- Letter to Placement Employers
To be classified as a paid internship, students must be paid at least the provincial minimum wageInternships that provide allowances, honorariums, reimbursements of expenses and/or stipends are all classified as unpaid internships
Registering Your Internship
For more detailed information on uploading your internship, and to consult a list of frequently asked questions, please see the How to Internship, external link, external link.
For information about uploading a Career Centre workshop onto the FITS portal, please see How to Workshop with Career Centre, external link, external link.
- Unpaid placement form, external link, external link
- Paid placement form, external link, external link
Finding an Opportunity
Fashion at Ryerson facilitates students’ employment search by providing a number of opportunities that employers submit to the Internship and Outreach Coordinator at the School of Fashion: (Brittany Paty)
Visit the Career Centre for careers & job search guide, student employment sources, job matching technology, networking events and more.
Visit Tri-Mentoring for Career Mentoring, Community Outreach & Programming, Group Mentoring, Summer Internship Program and more.
If you have an opportunity to submit, please contact Brittany Paty.
The School of Fashion photo studio is unavailable for bookings until further notice.
How to Set-Up your OneCard for Fashion:
Email Technician, Olena Vivcharyuk with the following information to get your OneCard set-up:
- What is your Year of Study?
- What is your Student Number?
- What is your Start Term Program Number?
- What is your OneCard Hotstamp Number?
Please refer to the image below for OneCard information locations.
Visit OneCard for information on how to Get you Student OneCard, Applying Online, Discounts & Free Admission, and more.
Accessing a Classroom:
If you are trying to access a classroom for a course that is not in the same year you are enrolled in, see instructions below:
Email Cira Nickel with the following information:
- What Year of Study is the classroom you’re trying to enter?
- What is the Course Code for the class you are taking in that classroom?
What is Student Learning Support?
Visit the Student Learning Support for free workshops, Writing Support, English Language Support, Academic Accommodation Support and more. The Student Learning Support has an abundance of support services available for students for their academic success at Ryerson University.
Visit ThriveRU, opens in new window to develop skills that will build your resilience and sense of well-being and empower you to thrive in both your academic and personal life. ThriveRU supports students on campus to realize the connections between academic success and healthy lifestyle practices.
If you have any questions related to the Support Services mentioned above, please contact: