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Ryerson University: Canada Program and Ryerson Students

ryerson university: Elsewhere, colleges like Humber and Seneca are offering language classes, advising services and bridging programs, while the University of Toronto's School of Continuing education has courses that encourage internationally educated English-as-a-second language professionals to brush up on pronunciation, writing, and grammar for the workplace, according to NOW Magazine. Two former Humber and Ryerson students are now gainfully employed, thanks to their courses. Thankfully, there are many educational options to usher newcomers into employment, such as Ryerson University's Workplace Communication in Canada program, which teaches job search techniques, in-office communication and more. Muhammad Sultan arrived in Toronto from Abu Dhabi and found himself in a bridging program, and is now working at Black Berry. She's currently passing along her knowledge to help other newcomers at ACCES Employment, which helps job seekers integrate into the Canadian job market. Kinana Issa came from Syria and attended Ryerson's WCC program. ( As reported in the news.