Canada’s Best MBAs 2017: University of Toronto

 
Canada‘s Best MBA Programs 2017

The University of Toronto MBA

Rotman School of Management

Toronto, Ontario

University of Toronto MBA Program

#1 on the 2017 CB Reputation Index

Rotman offers one of Canada’s largest, most diverse and best recognized MBA programs. In April 2016 it was the recipient of an additional $30-million gift from the estate of Joseph Rotman (along with matching funding from the University of Toronto) that will support scholarships, faculty positions and new infrastructure. Students taking four or more electives in the following areas can declare themselves a specialist: accounting, business economics, finance, marketing, operations management and statistics, organizational behaviour/human resource management, and strategy. Students can also pursue joint degrees over four years—as opposed to the five it would take otherwise—in disciplines including law, global affairs and engineering. Masters-level collaborative programs are also available in Asia Pacific and environmental studies. Full-time programs begin in September, part-time in August.

New this year! The Flexible Internship Program now enables full-time students to gain work experience at any time of year

Classroom experience
New full-time students enrolled, July 2015–July 2016: 350
New part-time students enrolled, July 2015–July 2016: 117
Students’ average GMAT score: 663
Work experience required: 2 years
Gender ratio: 67% male, 33% female
Percentage of international students: 55%
Program duration & cost
Full-time program length: 20 months
Full-time tuition: $103,008
Part-time program length: 32 months
Part-time tuition: $104,048
Specializations
Specializations and joint degrees offered:
  • Brand management
  • Business design
  • Consulting
  • Financial reporting and analysis
  • Funds management
  • Global management
  • Health sector management
  • Innovation and entrepreneurship
  • Investment banking
  • Leadership and change management
  • Process and supply chain management
  • Real estate
  • Risk management and financial engineering
  •  Sustainability


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