The Toronto Campus

Northeastern University, a top-ranked, nonprofit U.S. university, has established distinctive regional campuses in select cities, offering industry-aligned graduate programs designed to help working professionals achieve their career goals. Northeastern’s Toronto campus will open with three online Master of Science programs that are in high demand among the region’s employers—project management; information assurance; and regulatory affairs for drugs, biologics, and medical devices. Tailored to Toronto’s needs as a world economic center, these degree programs offer working professionals a clear path to advancing their careers while staying with their current organizations: the schedule flexibility of online education combined with the outstanding faculty, academic resources, and program support of a leading U.S. research institution.

Career Opportunities

Northeastern University Toronto is looking for key staff and faculty positions interested in building a career with a top North American research university. We are keenly interested in hiring energetic, self motivated individuals for key roles in our emerging campus and academic programs.  Current positions and application portal can be found here. 

The Northeastern Advantage

As a student at Northeastern University–Toronto, you’ll gain a distinctive edge—what we call the Northeastern Advantage.

Since 1909, employer partnerships have been at the center of a Northeastern education, through a world-leading cooperative education program that has grown to include thousands of businesses and nonprofits across the globe. That adds up to more than a century of experience and leadership in working with employers to transform talented students into talented professionals.

We build this deep industry-aligned understanding into every graduate professional degree program, making our virtual classrooms more dynamic, connected, and real, and our degree programs highly responsive to employers’ talent needs.

Our Global Network

Toronto is the latest addition to the university’s global network, which includes the flagship campus in Boston as well as regional campuses in Charlotte, North Carolina, Seattle, Washington, and Silicon Valley in California.

This powerful network of education and research partnerships—built on our undergraduate and graduate programs, faculty research collaborations, and connections with more than 220,000 alumni—includes more than 3,000 businesses and nonprofits in more than 150 countries on six continents.

Joining is simple: enroll as a student or partner with the university, and you are part of the Northeastern network. You will be connected to professionals and peers who will open the right doors, whether you are starting a career or advancing your business.