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Transcript Requirements for the Rotman Full-Time MBA

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Your university transcripts are an important part of your application to the Rotman MBA , demonstrating your ability to successfully complete the academic requirements of the program. Here are a few steps you can take to make sure your transcripts fit our requirements.

A transcript must be issued and sealed by your university for it to be considered official. We prefer the official transcript be sent directly from the university to our office.

If the university will not send transcripts directly, the applicant can forward the transcript to us. The original envelope must remain unopened with its seals signed and stamped by the university. 

If the transcripts are not in English, you need to request two official transcripts:

1. One official transcript should be sent to us in one of the two ways described above.

2. The second official transcript should be translated into English by an official translator, and then should be sent to us with the English translation. The translation should be notarized by a notary public, a lawyer or your university.

Please note: if your university provides an English translation along with the original language version when they seal the first official transcript, there is no need to request a second transcript.

Please ask your university to send your transcripts to:

MBA Admissions Office,
Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto,
105 St. George Street
Toronto, Ontario
Canada, M5S 3E6

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