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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: Tel Aviv

    Coffee Chat

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    If you are considering doing your MBA at Rotman and have not yet submitted your application then this session is for you! Please come and meet with Recruitment & Admissions Director Jamie Young for this informal 1-1 or small group session. Topics to be discussed include the benefits of a two-year program, internship opportunities, three-year work permits as well as financing and career prospects. To sign up, e-mail Jamie directly at jamie.young@rotman.utoronto.ca. Space is limited. Please bring your resume to the session.

  • Coffee Chat: New York City

    Coffee Chat

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    If you are considering doing your MBA at Rotman and have not yet submitted your application then this session is for you! Please come and meet with Assistant Director Tara Egan Wu for this informal 1-1 or small group session. Topics to be discussed include the benefits of a two-year program, internship opportunities, three-year work permits as well as financing and career prospects. To sign up, e-mail your resume to Tara at Tara.EganWu@rotman.utoronto.ca. Space is limited.

  • Coffee Chat: Jakarta

    Coffee Chat

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    If you are considering doing your MBA at Rotman and have not yet submitted your application then this session is for you! Please come and meet with Assistant Director Leigh Gauthier for this informal 1-1 or small group session. Topics to be discussed include the benefits of a two-year program, internship opportunities, three-year work permits as well as financing and career prospects. To sign up, e-mail Leigh directly at Leigh.gauthier@rotman.utoronto.ca. Space is limited. Please bring your resume to the session.

  • Coffee Chat: Washington DC

    Coffee Chat

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    If you are considering doing your MBA at Rotman and have not yet submitted your application then this session is for you! Please come and meet with Assistant Director Tara Egan Wu for this informal 1-1 or small group session. Topics to be discussed include the benefits of a two-year program, internship opportunities, three-year work permits as well as financing and career prospects. To sign up, e-mail your resume to Tara at Tara.EganWu@rotman.utoronto.ca. Space is limited.

  • Coffee Chat: Manila

    Coffee Chat

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    If you are considering doing your MBA at Rotman and have not yet submitted your application then this session is for you! Please come and meet with Assistant Director Leigh Gauthier for this informal 1-1 or small group session. Topics to be discussed include the benefits of a two-year program, internship opportunities, three-year work permits as well as financing and career prospects. To sign up, e-mail Leigh directly at Leigh.gauthier@rotman.utoronto.ca. Space is limited. Please bring your resume to the session.

  • Coffee Chat: Ho Chi Minh City

    Coffee Chat

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    If you are considering doing your MBA at Rotman and have not yet submitted your application then this session is for you! Please come and meet with Assistant Director Leigh Gauthier for this informal 1-1 or small group session. Topics to be discussed include the benefits of a two-year program, internship opportunities, three-year work permits as well as financing and career prospects. To sign up, e-mail Leigh directly at Leigh.gauthier@rotman.utoronto.ca. Space is limited. Please bring your resume to the session.

  • Coffee Chat: Chicago

    Coffee Chat

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    Meet with our Director of Admissions, Jamie Young, and discover why the University of Toronto ranks #11 on a recent list of ‘Business Schools Where Students Most Want To Go In 2017’. Space is limited. To sign up, e-mail Jamie directly at Jamie.young@rotman.utoronto.ca and please include a copy of your resume.

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