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www.ryerson.ca
Toronto, ON (Canada)
1001 to 5000 employees
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    Former Employee - Graduate Assistant in Woodbridge, York, SC
    Former Employee - Graduate Assistant in Woodbridge, York, SC

    I worked at Ryerson University full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Best job I ever had. Good working environment. People are nice and helpful. Many chances to grow with in the organization

    Cons

    Its in down town so travelling is difficult. Unless you live in down town then it is a huge plus.

    Advice to Management

    Please improve your building access equipment. There are times when your access card wont work and you will be stuck outside.

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Ryerson University Interviews

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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Ryerson University.

    Interview

    It was a carousel interview. First, they divide us into group, our group has 8 people. Then, we will go as a group. For our group, we first went to a room where they will give us a scenario and we have to discuss as a group and present to the interviewers our solution to the situation. After that, we went to another room and we were given another scenario. This time, we are split into groups of 4. But we do the same thing, read the scenario and provide solutions. Next, our group has to do 1:1 interview. It is one of those common interview that you will encounter. Last, we were given a weird scenario which has nothing to do with the positions we applied. It something about we were left on the space and we can only pick a few items to survive and what will we pick. I think they just want to know how we work as a group.

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