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December 11, 2016
 
 
Canadian Excellence
 

Laurier Toronto is located on the main floor of the Exchange Tower in Toronto, Ontario. Wilfrid Laurier University's Toronto office supports co-op work placements and employer partnerships, student recruitment, alumni relations, university development activities and government relations.

The Toronto office also hosts a Career Services workshops, GMAT Information Sessions, and events to connect Laurier alumni, friends and family in Toronto.

130 King St. West.

Monday through Friday - 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

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By the Numbers

16: Laurier's innovative MBA weekend program has operated in Toronto for more than 16 years.

700: More than 230 employers in Toronto hire 700 Laurier co-op students each year.

40-45%: The Laurier Career Centre works with hundreds of Toronto employers to assist in their recruiting efforts for summer and full-time positions. Between 40 and 45 per cent of our graduating class each year are employed in the GTA, the highest number in any geographical area in the country.

5,100: Nearly 45 percent of Laurier undergraduate students – more than 5,100 individuals – come from the Greater Toronto Area. 

12,100: More than 12,100 Laurier alumni live in the Greater Toronto Area, and over 700 of those work in senior executive positions.