Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University)
Choosing Toronto Metropolitan University for your undergraduate degree connects you to a community of research, creativity, development and support, while preparing you to imagine and rebuild our ever-changing societies. Whether that is working in your field, living in a world-class city or being surrounded by industry leaders, a Toronto Met education will prepare you with transferable skills to inspire and lead.
You can put your ideas into action here. At Toronto Met, you'll explore innovative new ways to learn and enhance your knowledge with real world experience. We champion diversity and innovation, while empowering thinkers, creators and entrepreneurs to harness their potential and develop their careers.
Distinctly urban, culturally diverse and intentionally inclusive, Toronto Met is located in the heart of Toronto, Canada, recognized as one of the safest and most liveable cities in the world and a city of opportunity. Here, students connect with leaders in culture, business, health care or government, in the classroom and through experiential learning, in a city that reflects the world. Discover what sets us apart.
Zone Learning is a model of experiential learning built to prepare students with opportunities to shape initiatives, apply their degree course work to kick-start projects, develop and build causes, companies, projects and ventures.
Students develop skills and ideas through workshops and bootcamps, build resumés and portfolios, grow their networks, access funding and can graduate with their own startups.
Toronto Met has 10 Zones, including Toronto Met’s DMZ, the #1 ranked university-based business incubator by UBI Global.
- Biomedical Zone
- Boost Zone
- Design Fabrication Zone
- Fashion Zone
- Clean Energy Zone
- Legal Innovation Zone
- Science Discovery Zone
- Social Ventures Zone
- Transmedia Zone
A Growing and Revitalized Campus
Toronto Met is reshaping the downtown Toronto core with award-winning multi-use buildings and a revitalized campus. Newly completed as of September 2020, the Campus Core Revitalization provides our community with new public spaces and a vibrant experience. Our campus is home to the iconic Sheldon & Tracy Levy Student Learning Centre (SLC), which shares a symbolic and physical connection to the Toronto Metropolitan University Library, the Centre for Urban Innovation, the Mattamy Athletic Centre (formerly Maple Leaf Gardens), the Ryerson Image Centre and the School of Image Arts.
Our newest building is the impressive Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex, a multi-use building with student residence spaces, the Design Fabrication Zone and is also home to programs in the Faculty of Community Services.