We work with partners across Canada and around the world to create outstanding learning, research and placement opportunities for students.
The Ryerson-Centennial-George Brown Collaborative Nursing Degree Program is a leading-edge learning and clinical environment built on a foundation of productive relationships. We capitalize on the strengths of each other to provide students with the knowledge, skills and personal attributes that can only be achieved through a comprehensive nursing education.
Partnerships between Ryerson's Post Diploma Degree Completion Program, Centennial College's Bridging to University Nursing program and George Brown College's Academic Pathway for Internationally Educated Nurses (IEN) Graduate Certificate support diploma-prepared registered practical nurses and internationally educated nurses to earn a degree at Ryerson.
Our partnership with the G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson allows part-time students to balance professional development with their career through the part-time Post-Diploma Degree Completion Program.
Through a strong network of partners, students have access to hundreds of placement sites that reflect the many roles of nursing in today’s complex health care system.
Undergraduate placements enable students to immerse themselves in real-life situations where they translate theory into practice and solidify technical, communication, care-giving and teamwork skills.
Master of Nursing practicum placements provide an important opportunity for students to prepare for advanced professional practice.
Through Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner Certificate clinical placements, students participate in clinical placements with an emphasis on community and primary health care settings, such as community health centres and GP offices.