Why Study With Us

Toronto School of Management’s (TSoM) aim is to provide a comprehensive and balanced mix of programs and services that support the success of our students in their work and life. At TSoM, you will study high-quality programs taught by our experienced faculty. Our vibrant Toronto campus is situated in Canada’s business and culture hub and this central location enhances the student experience and helps ease new students to the city.

Our School

We have a five-storey building and a lower level called Education House located in the downtown Toronto with 35,000 sq. ft. of space. There are 23 classrooms, an auditiorium and three computer labs. The majority of the classrooms are on floors three and four.  The first floor has a student lounge, a student-run TSoM café, a kitchen and some classrooms. 

Why choose TSoM?

Award-Winning School

Winner of Best Hospitality and Education Institution in Ontario by Corporate Vision

Best Vocational College Finalist

Finalist in the "ST Star Vocational College" category

Best Adult Education Nominee

Nominee of The Star Reader's Choice, Professional Services - Best Adult Education

Co-op Placement* or Capstone

Placement related to studies

100+ co-op partners

Extensive network of 100+ co-op
partners in a wide range of industries

Downtown Toronto

Discover our campus in downtown Toronto

90% satisfied

90% of our students are satisfied with
our quality of teaching

Career Support

Resume clinics, mock interviews, guest speakers and job fairs

87+ countries

Diverse student body from over 87 countries

Experienced Faculty

Learn from highly qualified industry experts

 
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* Students will be offered paid or unpaid entry-level positions related to their field of studies. The Career Services Department will provide full support to students on booking and preparing for interviews. It is the student’s responsibility to perform well during all interviews as well as during the full length of the co-op term. Placements are subject to availability and will vary based on the program, season and job market changes as well as the student’s English level and previous professional and academic experience. Should the co-op placement not be available the student will be required to complete a Capstone Project as an alternative to graduate from the program.