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The range and diversity of student clubs at the Rotman School is astonishing. Whether your goal is to grow your network, build your skills or just enjoy a good time with friends, there is a club for you.

The best part of student life at Rotman is that it’s largely led by the MBA students themselves. Whether you are setting up a website or pitching a fundraiser to a potential donor, there is no better way to build real-life skills than by getting involved in a student club and other student life activities.

The Graduate Business Council is the recognized governing student body for MBA programs at the Rotman School. The GBC is comprised of a group of students who are passionate about creating a strong and energized Rotman community, and who work hard to bring about activities and initiatives that will enhance the Rotman MBA experience.

As a Rotman student, you can network informally and blow off some steam by joining the Rotman Wine Society or the Ultimate Frisbee Club; meet others who share their professional interests by joining the Health Care and Biotechnology or Marketing Associations; or get involved with the School's Net Impact Chapter to help stage the annual Non-Profit Career Fair.

The social, networking and career-building activities centred around the student clubs at Rotman are an essential part of the MBA experience. Whatever your interest, there’s something for you.

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Contact UsProfessional MBA Programs

Rummy Gill, Assistant Director
Recruitment & Admissions

E: ME-MBA@Rotman.Utoronto.Ca

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