In the classrooms TMU is an amazing school but putting an open school in the centre of Toronto is not one of the wisest choices Apart from the fact that expansion will never be as big as it should be the cost of living and housing downtown is almost impossible [...]
I feel like TMU gets a bad reputation but it deserves more credit There s numerous programs to choose from and they make up for the lack of prestige with a lot of support There s different workshops to enhance yourself outside academia and many networking opportunities The professors are [...]
There were lots of variety of classes to take for courses not related to your program Lots of spending for books don t recommend buying from the bookstore online is better library Lots of writing involved of course but manageable if you have good time management [...]
In the classrooms, TMU is an amazing school, but putting an open school in the centre of Toronto is not one of the wisest choices. Apart from the fact that expansion will never be as big as it should be, the cost of living and housing downtown is almost impossible to maintain.
I feel like TMU gets a bad reputation but it deserves more credit. There’s numerous programs to choose from and they make up for the lack of prestige with a lot of support. There’s different workshops to enhance yourself outside academia and many networking opportunities. The professors are generally good and it is very diverse.
There were lots of variety of classes to take for courses not related to your program. Lots of spending for books, don’t recommend buying from the bookstore—online is better/library. Lots of writing involved of course, but manageable if you have good time management.
Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson) is a very interpersonal university and does it’s best to provide students with the necessary tools they need to succeed. This can range from writing centres for editing and for non-native speakers, to mental health awareness events and free access to platforms like Headspace (a mindfulness app). Of course, TMU is a university with a low budget, and this can be frustrating when trying to access things like the library, which is not as established as the other universities in Toronto. However, I found that the community at TMU thrives on the fact that it is a small community. I found that this was much more helpful to me as professors and advisors had more time to engage with us and provide us with extra help. As a teaching assistant at TMU currently, I can confirm that the small environment greatly aids in helping students better and getting to know them and their needs. I would whole heartedly recommend TMU to prospective students. I owe great thanks to the faculty for being my guides and mentors during tough times.
What I like about Toronto Metropolitan University is the warm welcome that was provided compared to my first university experience. Professors are passionate about their careers as well as the care for students. Mental health awareness, as well as appreciation for different minorities is evident. Questions are answered without judgement and the overall community of the school is very uplifting and does not feel toxic. I feel that the people involved in my program are righteous people and although very competitive, I do not feel like I’m behind others or being treated different.
TMU, formerly Ryerson University is a hub of activity and life. The professors are knowledgeable, and the campus is constantly growing. The classes are informative, and the problem sets reflect practical industry related situations.
One of the few major downsides to being on the TMU campus is the integration with the Toronto downtown. Often there are homeless, or otherwise uninviting figures present on campus. I have seen the campus security ramp up in past years.
Toronto Metropolitan University is a great institution when it comes to providing work and leadership opportunities for its students. There are numerous job and networking events catering to everyone’s interests.
TMU is located in the heart of downtown Toronto. If you’re like me, an international student from a constantly busy city, I would 100% recommend TMU. It is always on the move. Some event somewhere is always happening, and pizza is always there. The pizza is not the best part, but you know what they say, you can’t win it all.
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