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yellow divider spacer Transfer Credits are granted using the post-secondary courses you completed at accredited institutions before being admitted to Ryerson. Accepted Transfer Credits impact your program curriculum: allowing you to avoid repeating coursework and graduate sooner. spacer

You have received your Offer of Admission to a Ryerson undergraduate program


You have applied or are exploring the option of becoming a Ryerson University student


You are enrolled in a certificate program at Ryerson's Chang School of Continuing Education


You are enrolled in a graduate program at Ryerson's Yeates School of Graduate Studies

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Other Types of Credits

As a Ryerson student you may be eligible to earn further Credits to satisfy your program's graduation requirements.

Letter of Permission (LOP)

An LOP allows you to enrol in courses at another post-secondary institution with guaranteed Ryerson credits upon completion. 
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Challenge Credits

Recognize skills and knowledge gained outside the traditional post-secondary environment.
More info on Challenge Credits >>

Exchange Credits

Many Ryerson programs offer you the opportunity to study abroad through a formal exchange program.
More info on Exchange Credits >>

Ryerson-to-Ryerson Credits

You may be able to carry-over earned Ryerson Credits when switching programs.
More info on Ryerson-to-Ryerson Credits >>

Ryerson-York Exchange

You may apply to take a York University course and receive a graded Ryerson credit on your record upon completion.  
More info on Ryerson-York Exchange >>

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