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Meet our admissions team for information sessions, panel discussions, class visits, and admissions workshops to help you get to know Rotman and learn how to position yourself in the strongest possible way when you apply.

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  • Coffee Chat: Bangkok

    Coffee Chat

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    Meet with Assistant Director Leigh Gauthier for this informal 1-1 session in Bangkok to learn about what differentiates Rotman from other b-schools, key benefits of a two-year program in Canada, internship opportunities, three-year work permits, as well as career prospects. Leigh can also share admission tips, provide advice on your resume/profile, and answer any questions you may have.

  • Coffee Chat: Hong Kong

    Coffee Chat

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    If you are considering doing your MBA at the University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management, please come and meet with Assistant Director Agnes Mak for this informal 1-1 session. Topics to be discussed include what differentiates Rotman from other b-schools, key benefits of a two-year program in Canada, internship opportunities, three-year work permits, as well as career prospects. Agnes can also share admission tips, provide advice on your resume/profile, and answer any questions you may have.

  • Coffee Chat: Beijing

    Coffee Chat

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    If you are considering doing your MBA at the University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management, please come and meet with Assistant Director Agnes Mak for this informal 1-1 session. Topics to be discussed include what differentiates Rotman from other b-schools, key benefits of a two-year program in Canada, internship opportunities, three-year work permits, as well as career prospects. Agnes can also share admission tips, provide advice on your resume/profile, and answer any questions you may have.

  • Coffee Chat: Shanghai

    Coffee Chat

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    If you are considering doing your MBA at the University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management, please come and meet with Assistant Director Agnes Mak for this informal 1-1 session. Topics to be discussed include what differentiates Rotman from other b-schools, key benefits of a two-year program in Canada, internship opportunities, three-year work permits, as well as career prospects. Agnes can also share admission tips, provide advice on your resume/profile, and answer any questions you may have.

  • Coffee Chat: Shenzhen

    Coffee Chat

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    If you are considering doing your MBA at the University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management, please come and meet with Assistant Director Agnes Mak for this informal 1-1 session. Topics to be discussed include what differentiates Rotman from other b-schools, key benefits of a two-year program in Canada, internship opportunities, three-year work permits, as well as career prospects. Agnes can also share admission tips, provide advice on your resume/profile, and answer any questions you may have.

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