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The second largest university in Ontario and the third largest in Canada, York University is a big place where big ideas are made. Over 46 000 undergraduate students attend York’s Toronto campuses. Keele is the main campus, located in North York. It’s a dynamic mix of unique modern architecture and expansive green spaces. Fun fact: Keele hosted the 2015 Pan Am games.
York University is known primarily for Osgood Hall, a law school that has turned out judges, members of parliament, and high profile lawyers. But York is doing a lot more than nurturing the legal profession. It’s home to Canada’s largest liberal arts program and only space engineering program. There’s also the Schulich School of Business and the Kinesiology and Health Science program, ranked number one in its field.
Why charter a bus to visit York University
A Toronto bus rental is a great way of moving large groups of people to and from campus. Every bus chartered through Bus.com comes with a vetted and experienced driver who will make sure your ride is safe, reliable, and efficient. If you’re a sports team or if you’re coming from Pearson International airport with lots of luggage, we recommend renting a coach bus. It has a massive undercarriage that can handle all your equipment and suitcases.
York’s Keele campus is a self-contained neighborhood. Beyond its borders is North York. This neighborhood is north of Toronto, and made up of a number of smaller neighborhoods: Hogg’s Hollow, Lawrence Park, York Mills, Willowdale, Bayview Village, Jane and Finch, and the Bridle Path (home to Toronto’s favorite son, Drake). For students looking to get off campus, North York offers many unique ways to enjoy the outdoors. You can stroll through either the Edwards Gardens or the Toronto Botanical Garden, both within walking distance of each other. For the history buff, there’s Black Creek Pioneer Village, a museum of Ontario life from the 1790s to the 1860s. And for those that enjoy a day on the greens, North York has two golf clubs: Don Valley and Rosedale.
A Canadian gem from the East Coast, Toronto is a multicultural hub with an up-and-coming creative culture that can rival that of other big cities. Its diversity in gastronomy and arts alone make Toronto a must-visit destination. But add top local attractions and eclectic neighborhoods to the mix, and there is no way this city can be left out of your travel bucket list.