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350, Victoria Street, M5B 2K3 Toronto, ON
Telephone +1 416 9795050
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Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Martin Habekost

Associate Chair
School of Graphic Communications Management

350 Victoria Street
M5B 2K3 Toronto, Ontario, Canada

+1-416-979-5000 x 556951


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21 Apr 2021


15:00 - 17:00

Bridging Industry, Education and Research in Graphic Communication, Print and Media

This symposium will be held in the Drupa conference area. For details see and register at

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22 Apr 2021


12:30 - 13:10

Print Your Future and World Print Campus

This event will be held in the Drupa conference area. For details see in the program there.

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Overview of the GCM program

This PDF gives an overview of the Graphic Communications Program at Ryerson University

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Virtual thesis showcase

In the fourth year of the program, students can choose between developing a business plan for a company in the graphic communications field or write a thesis about a research topic. Have a look at the broad range of topics that students covered in the fourth-year thesis course.

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09 Apr 2021

First semester - GCM 110 course - Introduction to Graphic Communications - Final project

This important first-semester course gives students an introduction to the field of graphic communications. They learn about the history of graphic communications, different print technologies including digital print technologies. The final project of this course gives the students the opportunity to explore many different aspects of graphic communications using their creative talents.

Please explore the exceptional work done by students that went beyond what was discussed in class. Students demonstrated their unique talents using different media. Their work can be part of their future portfolio. Please take some time to enjoy the work of the students.

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09 Apr 2021

RyeTAGA student chapter

There is a student chapter of the Technical Association of the Graphic Arts (TAGA) at the School of Graphic Communications Management. This student chapter produces a journal with student research papers. This journal is entered into the annual student competition for the Kipphan Cup. The Kipphan cup is awarded to the student chapter that achieves the highest score in areas like design, production, technical writing and overall presentation. This year this journal is produced in an e-version. Check out the link for more details.  

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09 Apr 2021

World Print Campus

Showroom and meeting place for community of educational institutes and organizations worldwide that offer study programs, further education and training in the area of print and media technologies.

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09 Apr 2021

GCM Colloquium 2021

The GCM Colloquium team at Ryerson University’s School of Graphic Communications Management (GCM) had their annual academic conference on March 11th and March 12th, 2021.

Colloquium is an academic and professional networking conference organized by GCM students with the help of faculty advisors. It brings together students and industry professionals in the Graphic Arts to connect and discuss trending topics.

This year’s theme was Sustainability in the Graphic Arts, which explored both the creative and operational issues surrounding sustainability. The event included a panel, keynote speakers, and networking opportunities.

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About us

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The School of Graphic Communications Management in the modern high-tech Heidelberg Centre is Canada’s only degree-granting program for the printing industries. Our 4-year degree offers incredible opportunities in creative, technical and business careers.

Our world is a visual one. Every day we come into contact with hundreds of printed and graphic products — from giant billboards to sleek interactive websites and unique packaging carrying the coffee you’re drinking or the smartphone you just bought.

Technology continues to change the way we receive and process information, and the printing industries have been at the forefront of this revolution — whether it's 3D printing, packaging design or developing creative solutions to business needs. With a degree in graphic communications management, graduates are ready to lead the next wave in changing how we interact with products and packaging.

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