Canada’s Best MBAs: University of Toronto Executive MBA

 
Canada‘s Best MBA Programs 2017

The University of Toronto Executive MBA

Rotman School of Management

Toronto, Ontario

University of Toronto MBA Program

Students have two options when it comes to an EMBA at Rotman—a one-year program in the heart of downtown Toronto, or an 18-month global stream that takes place in cities around the world. In the former, students spend their time in twice-monthly, two-day class sessions on Fridays and Saturdays at the program’s Toronto campus, along with participating in international electives in Los Angeles, Milan or Suzhou, China. If they choose the alternative—Rotman’s Omnium Global Stream—they spend 18-months meeting six times for two-week residential modules around in cities located in East and South Asia, Europe, South America and the Middle East. The Omnium stream targets managers with international responsibilities, and seeks to cover local business practices around the world.

General Stream
Classroom experience
New part-time students enrolled, July 2015–July 2016: 70 (General)
27 (Omnium)
Work experience required: 8 years
Management experience required: 5 years
Percentage of students who hold VP titles or higher: 20%
Percentage of students who are entrepreneurs or self-employed: 10%
Percentage of international students: 20%
Gender ratio: 79% male, 21% female
Cohort’s average age: 39 years
Program duration & cost
Program length: 13 months
Tuition: $111,000
Omnium Stream
Classroom experience
Work experience required: 5 years
Management experience required: 3 years
Percentage of students who hold VP titles or higher: 4%
Percentage of students who are entrepreneurs or self-employed: 15%
Percentage of international students: 26%
Gender ratio: 63% male, 37% female
Cohort’s average age: 34 years
Program duration & cost
Program length: 18 months
Tuition: $98,000


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