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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.

Online polls, breakout groups and putting students on the spot: how this professor keeps his students engaged with online classes

July 08, 2020
Students, get ready. When you’re in Professor Alexander Dyck’s Private Equity and Entrepreneurial Finance class, you need to know your stuff...  > more

In this professor’s class, there’s plenty to see, hear and do

June 19, 2020
From the moment they log into class, Professor Angèle Beausoleil’s students are engaged.  > more

How this Evening MBA ’19 made the most of her business school experience

November 18, 2019
To all those working professionals who are excited, but anxious, about heading back to school: Alicia Riolino (Evening MBA ’19) wants you to...  > more

How this Morning MBA ’16 broke into the executive level

June 10, 2019
After years of steady career progression, Tania Narciso (Morning MBA ’16) started to feel like she had hit a barrier.  > more

Awards give students opportunities, confidence to go after career goals

February 11, 2019
When second-year MBA student Oleg Fleitman (MBA ’19) learned that he’d won the Peter Godsoe/Scotiabank Scholarship in Financial Engineering,...  > more

Full-Time and Morning/Evening MBAs make an impact with Designing for Equality class

January 23, 2019
Narjis Premjee (MBA ’19) kicked off her second year of the Full-Time MBA ready to take on some of the most pressing issues plaguing business...  > more

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