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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.

New Alumni Kick-Off: a Rotman grad on the importance of staying connected

January 23, 2020
Though it’s been twenty years since Tony Aulicino (MBA ’00) graduated from the Full-Time MBA program at Rotman, it feels like he never reall...  > more

A CDL fellowship student on staying connected to the startup world while pursuing the Full-Time MBA

December 17, 2019
Juliana Montoya (MBA ’20) knows that big ideas sometimes start out small.  > 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

Full-Time MBA students team up with Toronto Police to take on the city’s most pressing issues

September 06, 2019
Jane Zhang (MBA ’19) enrolled in business school because she wanted to make a difference. “I wasn’t after the typical job,...  > more

MBA grads on making an impact with Business Design

August 15, 2019
When organizations find themselves faced with complex problems, they know to call someone like Jennifer Nachshen (MBA ’17) for help.  > more

Richard Nesbitt (MBA ’85): a Rotman grad who helps others achieve more

August 06, 2019
A decade ago, while serving as chief operating officer at CIBC, Richard Nesbitt (MBA ‘85) was already thinking about life after banking.  > more

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