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Welcome to Canada. We’re the friendly neighbours

Aniruddha Bhatt remembers looking out his plane window and seeing a snowy white landscape. The view marked a key lifetime moment: the end of his 34-hour plane journey from India, and his arrival in Canada. Bhatt hopped on that plane on Dec. 20, 2017, leaving the northern Indian state of Rajasthan. He arrived in Toronto on Dec. 22, just before […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Features
Lachemi announces fund to increase accessibility for students

Lachemi announces fund to increase accessibility for students

A new fund that will help Ryerson University increase accessibility for students with disabilities, Aboriginal youth and international students is being set in motion this month. Mohamed Lachemi made the announcement on Friday afternoon after his installation as Ryerson’s ninth president and vice-chancellor. In his speech, Lachemi emphasized a future for Ryerson based on strong, strategic partnerships, innovation and an […]

by David Greenberg· · News
Left in Limbo: the stories of Yemen’s international students who can’t go home

Left in Limbo: the stories of Yemen’s international students who can’t go home

“Imagine you don’t see your parents for more than one year, then you get a call saying your father just passed away.”

by Krista Hessey· · education, Features, Politics
GlocalLink will help international students make friends with locals. (Kyla Dewar / Ryersonian Staff)

New program helps international students and Canadians connect

Tamar Aladdin wanted to interact with international students on campus. Aladdin, a second-year economics student, thought he’d be able to exchange language skills and learn about different cultures. But when he sought advice on how to do this on the public forum Reddit, he was shocked by the responses. “International students will quickly find people of their own ethnicity to […]

by Lindsay Fitzgerald· · News, Top stories
Report calls for Ryerson administration to lower tuition

Report calls for Ryerson administration to lower tuition

A new report released by the Task Force on Graduate Education calls on Ryerson’s           administration to introduce a scholarship to bridge the gap between domestic and international student’s tuition. The 13-paged report titled, “Recommendations of the Task Force on Graduate Education Administration and Delivery,” was submitted this fall and overseen by Ryerson’s provost and vice-president academic Mohamed […]

by Beza Getachew· · degrees, education, News, On Campus, students
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