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The Canadian ICT Labour shortage MRP

In response to a question about future growth in Canada’s economy, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said “[skills shortage] is in fact in my judgment the biggest challenge our country faces”. In a digital economy, it is hard to imagine a business or an industry where Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) are not involved. Therefore, in […]

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A Story of Synergies: Part-time MBA student finds success at work and in the classroom

Two years ago when I decided to pursue a part-time MBA, I was focused on finding a program that would enhance my current career while potentially preparing me for a new one.  With a full-time job and part-time grad school, I knew I would have to find some synergies between the two so that my […]

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PRIDE in your Ryerson MBA

No summer in Toronto is complete without a Pride parade. Having lived in and around the Toronto area most of my life, I had watched a few parades, even gone to some of the street parties and events, but never did I have the opportunity to walk amongst the floats and experience the energy inside […]

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The Accidental MBA – or how I learned to stop worrying and get both sides of my brain to the meeting

If you would have told me in my early 20s that the letters MBA were in my future, I probably would have laughed at you. How did a creative artist go from media studies, photography and visual arts all the way to an MBA? I moved to Toronto specifically for Ryerson University’s highly regarded Radio […]

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Ryerson MBA Students Volunteer in Costa Rica

This past month, some of Ryerson’s brightest MBA candidates volunteered their time over reading week to a teaching project abroad. Partnering with the International Volunteer Headquarters and Maximo Nivel, eleven Ryerson MBA students embarked on a rewarding and unforgettable experience to the city of San Jose, Costa Rica. With only a short window of opportunity […]

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