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Fees and Expenses for the Rotman Morning & Evening MBA

Over $900,000 available in awards. Early applicants have a better chance of receiving awards or fellowships. Apply now.

Entrance Awards & Fellowships

The Rotman School is invested in admitting strong candidates who reflect the diversity and accomplishments of our community. We are particularly looking for driven candidates who are committed to integrity, excellence, collaboration and respect. We have a significant pool of entrance awards for which you will automatically be considered as soon as you apply for the Morning or Evening MBAs. Entrance awards range from $5,000 - $30,000. 

We assess all of our candidates for exceptional merit above the minimum admission criteria. Some of the things we look for during this assessment are leadership qualities demonstrated through professional and academic experiences and the overall strength of each application. Candidates who are selected to receive an entrance award will be notified when they receive an offer of admission. 

A few of the specific entrance awards available for successful applicants to the Morning & Evening MBA programs are:

  • New! Ten awards of up to $30,000 each for outstanding applicants
  • Five Women in Business Excellence Awards of $10,000 each
  • Four Morning MBA Excellence Awards of $10,000 each

Forte Fellowships

The Rotman School offers generous support for women leaders through our Initiative for Women in Business and Women In Management Association (WIMA). In 2016, we awarded Forte Foundation Fellowships totaling $60,000 to four outstanding female candidates. The Forte Foundation is a consortium of major corporations and top business schools working together to launch women into fulfilling, significant careers through access to business education, opportunities, and a community of successful women. You can learn more about this fellowship here.

The success of female professionals is a key priority of the Rotman School of Management. Through entrance awards, fellowships, professional development, speaker series events, and networking events, our goal is to create an environment that supports women and enables them to gain a competitive advantage in their careers. 

Estimated tuition fees for the Class of 2021

The tuition fees charged for each session of registration have three components:

  • Academic fee
  • Rotman ancillary fees
  • University incidental fees

The estimated annual tuition fees for the Morning and Evening MBA Classes of 2021, starting the MBA program in September 2018, are listed below. All figures are in Canadian dollars.

Academic year

Canadian citizens and
permanent residents

International students on a study permit

Year 1 (2018–2019)



Year 2 (2019-2020)



Year 3 (2020-2021)



Total Program Fee

$104,379 *

$116,610 *

In addition to the annual academic fee noted above, students are required to submit payment for University incidental fees* and Rotman ancillary fees*:

  • The University incidental fees amount to approximately $1,600, which covers the terms from September to the end of April and includes campus fees and student society fees. The University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) fee will automatically be added to fees invoices for international students only. The 2017 UHIP annual amount was $612. More information regarding UHIP may be found at
  • The Rotman ancillary fees amount to approximately $325 for the first year of the MBA program. Additional details, information and finalized amounts will be updated as available and found on your fees invoice, available in mid-July.

*Please note that the annual academic fee, University incidental fees and Rotman ancillary fees are set by the University and are subject to change. The University incidental fees amount noted above for future academic years is subject to approval by the Governing Council.

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