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At Rotman, our students are our key strength. Our classes are comprised of globe trotters, professional athletes and emerging leaders. Rotman students come from all over the world and they aren’t afraid to make bold career moves, start new businesses or take on leadership positions at prominent firms. In some cases, they’re juggling family responsibilities and pursuing causes they care about. Learn more about our students.

Haolin Zhang - MBA Student - learn more about his experience as an international student from China

Haolin Zhang »

An international student’s experience
navigating an MBA and life in Canada


Heather Chalmers »

A healthcare executive on how
the industry is changing


From the military to Wall Street: one alumnus’ unique career path

July 10, 2017
Zachary Dombrowski (MBA ’14) thinks fast on his feet. As an investment banking associate with BMO Capital Markets in New York, he is c...  > more

A social media executive on the importance of building relationships and staying humble

June 16, 2017
Though his career path took a few twists and turns, Jaime Stein (Morning MBA ’11) has always had a plan. Stein, who is currently the ...  > more

Making an impact in finance

May 25, 2017
When Satwik Sharma (MBA ’16) came to the Rotman School of Management, he aspired for a future where he could shape financial trends, r...  > more

MBA grad on pursuing her interests, landing her dream job

May 17, 2017
Carolina Cheung (MBA ’16) is a woman of many interests. In addition to designing her own jewellery line, Cheung has developed an onlin...  > more

Global Executive MBA grads bring physiotherapy to the patient’s doorstep

May 01, 2017
Therapia, a new online platform developed by recent Rotman grads, eliminates hassles that many patients face in accessing care.  > more

MBA Grad Takes on new Career Path and Possibilities

March 02, 2017
For as long as she could recall, Kristina Koch (MBA ’16) had always envisioned a career in sports. Koch seemed to be on track for this...  > more
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