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At Rotman, our students are our key strength. Our classes are comprised of globe trotters, professional athletes and emerging leaders. Rotman students come from all over the world and they aren’t afraid to make bold career moves, start new businesses or take on leadership positions at prominent firms. In some cases, they’re juggling family responsibilities and pursuing causes they care about. Learn more about our students.


How the Executive MBA helped this grad tell his story better

October 22, 2019
For Elango Natarajan (EMBA ’18), the hardest part of the Executive MBA program was mastering the art of speaking slowly.  > more

An Onboard fellow puts her business skills to use in the non-profit sector

October 22, 2019
In the second year of her MBA program, Shruti Paul (MBA ’19) was pleasantly surprised to find herself ushered out of the classroom and into ...  > more

Incoming GEMBA students look forward to learning about business and trekking the globe

October 22, 2019
The chance to explore key business concepts and emerging trends with seasoned professionals? Check. Travelling to interesting places around ...  > more

Meet the MFin grad who works on Canada’s monetary policies

October 01, 2019
While many students aspire to break into or advance their careers in finance, Sabrina Wu (MFin ’17) set her sights on something bigger...  > more

A GEMBA ’19 on applying his business knowledge to make a difference in the life sciences

October 01, 2019
A few years ago, Renaud Jacquemart (GEMBA ’19) felt compelled to do more. Trained as a scientist and engineer, Jacquemart had spent mo...  > more

Reunite 2019: Reconnect with old friends and brush up on today’s big ideas

September 09, 2019
When Gavinder Bhatia (EMBA ’15) reflects on her business school days, it’s the people that she thinks about the most. “The...  > more

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