Thinking of traveling abroad this summer, but not sure what you want to do or where you want to go? We’ve got you covered. Many of Ryerson’s partner institutions around the world offer summer courses in a variety of fields.
While the application deadline has already passed for some opportunities, there are still many options available to explore this summer. Read on below to find out more about the available study abroad options and how you can receive credit for toward your Ryerson degree. Continue reading “Study Abroad This Summer”
By Victoria Scarpelli, Undergraduate student in Global Management, Ted Rogers School of Management
When choosing which university I wanted to attend, I always knew I wanted to go on exchange at some point throughout my studies. This was one of my main reasons for deciding to attend Ryerson University. Their business program offered so many choices of schools in countries all over the world. In my 2nd semester of my 3rd year of studies, I was finally able to make this dream a reality by attending SKEMA Business School in Nice, France for a semester with my best friend. We decided to stay in a little town just outside the main city called Antibes. As soon as we arrived, I instantly fell in love. The culture, cuisine, the art and history, it was all just so incredible. Not to mention, it was winter and 15 degrees outside and sunny!!
Continue reading “The Experience of a Lifetime”
By Tiffany Rioflorido, Undergraduate student in Business Management, Ted Rogers School of Management
Since returning from my exchange at RMIT University in Melbourne, I have constantly been asked the same generic question — How was Australia? I never quite know how to fully summarize my exchange and often find myself struggling to answer the question, so much so that my answers often come out bland and almost unforgiving. “Good” I say, however sometimes on a better day I say, “great.” Other questions such as Did you surf? or What was your favourite memory? are a little easier to answer- yes, I did surf (once), and I have many favourite memories from my exchange to pick from.
Continue reading “Toronto → Melbourne: Moving from the Fourth Most Livable City in the World to the First”
By Kelvin Urbina, Undergraduate student in Chemistry, Faculty of Science
This past summer, I spent four months in London, England participating in an exchange at one of the most prestigious universities in the world, the University College London School of Pharmacy. During my time abroad I conducted research to create a drug delivery system to treat bovine mastitis, aka cattle mammary gland infections, in the nano-fabrication and dosage design form laboratory.
Inspired by the Jim Carrey movie Yes Man — about a man who, quite literally, says yes to every option that is presented to him — I spent my summer in London saying yes to opportunities and this attitude brought me nothing but happiness.
Continue reading “#YesMan”
Are you a student applying for the 2018/19 academic exchange program? Don’t forget to apply for RIEOS: the Ryerson International Exchange Opportunity Scholarship!
RIEOS supports student participation in an academic exchange with one of Ryerson’s 75+ partners.
In the 2018/19 academic year, RIEOS will provide 40 students with financial support for their exchange experience.
The deadline to apply is January 31st, 2018
RIEOS Eligibility and Application Guidelines
Per-term Cost Estimates for Ryerson Exchange Destinations
Sophia Chea (right), a Ryerson International (RI) intern and future exchange student interviews Saura Haggart-Smith (left), another RI intern and former exchange participant.
THE APPLICATION PROCESS:
Sophia: Before I applied to go on an exchange, I attended an information session hosted by my faculty specific exchange coordinator. Attending the session made my application process so much easier. As the deadline for the application is near the end of January, I was able to take some time after my exams to complete it.
Continue reading “Ryerson International Interns Tackle Common Questions About the International Exchange Program”
By Genevieve Taylor, Graduate of the School of Business Management, Ted Rogers School of Management
The thought of exploring the world is exciting and exhilarating, it gets your blood pumping and imagination flowing. Traveling to new countries and cities is both eye opening and breathtaking, and yet many don’t realise how emotional and frightening it can also be.
For my last semester of my graduating year I decided to apply to the Ryerson International exchange program and begin the trip of a life time in Lisbon, Portugal.
Continue reading “Experiences One Could Only Dream Of”
Global Learning Opportunities Week (GLOW) is a week full of events that highlight study abroad opportunities available to Ryerson students.
We invite you to GLOW with Ryerson International!
View the GLOW 2017 schedule and register for events here
By Alexis Bonilla, Undergraduate Student in Child and Youth Care, Faculty of Community Services
Ever since I was in high school, I always dreamt about studying abroad. As I came closer to finishing my undergrad, however, the dream started to fade…Until last October, when I learned about the opportunity to study abroad for 3 months with the Ontario Universities International (OUI) program. I quickly applied for it and started to plan my 4 month trip to the University of Trier in Germany.
Continue reading “Adventures in Deutschland”
By Varunan Muthiah, Undergraduate student in Business Technology Management, Ted Rogers School of Management
I remember seeing the posters for the Ryerson exchange program my first week of university. I thought it would be a great experience but didn’t think it would ever happen. Little did I know two years later I’d be on a plane to Sweden for 6 months. I didn’t know much about Sweden when applying but I knew it would be a place that would take me out of my comfort zone. This was going to be the first time I was away from family this long and living on my own. I was excited but also nervous. I had heard great things from a student who went there last year but I was still worried. I didn’t know anyone there and didn’t know if they’d have as many food options compared to Toronto. I knew it would be tough but I was determined to make the most of this experience.
Continue reading “Scarborough to Sweden – A Semester Abroad”