Typical MFin students live and work in the Toronto area, have an undergraduate degree, some level of the CFA (though not a requirement) and relevant work experience in finance or business. MFin students expect to stay in finance for the foreseeable future and are able to take more finance courses, at a more advanced level, than students in general business programs.
We run a regular schedule of information sessions, panel discussions, class visits and admissions workshops for the Morning & Evening MBA Programs and the Master of Finance to help you get to know the school and position your profile in the strongest possible way when you apply.
Admissions decisions for all applicants are made on a rolling basis. A decision will be made approximately four to six weeks after your completed application and all supporting documents have been received. Those wishing to be considered for entrance awards should apply early.
The MFin Program Fee is divided into two installments: Year One Fee and Year Two Fee. The total fee covers the 20 months of the program and includes tuition fees, ancillary program fees, meals on class days and teaching materials
The Rotman School strives to recruit the best candidates to its programs, and is committed to helping you afford your education by providing a broad range of financial options.
Have a question about getting into the Rotman Master of Finance program? Here are some of our frequently asked questions. If you don't see your answer here, feel free to contact us to ask!
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Final Application Deadline: June 10, 2013