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Gain the leadership edge you need to bridge the silos in healthcare and the life sciences.

Career services

Rotman offers comprehensive support services to assist you in reaching your learning and career goals, and to help you make the most of your Global EMBA for Healthcare and the Life Sciences experience.

We offer such support as:

  • Executive leadership coaching
  • One-on-one coaching, career planning and job search strategies
  • Executive career workshops and conferences
  • Career transition coaching 24/7 online career resources
  • Networking events and speakers
  • Branding, advanced resume support and online presence
  • Interview preparations and salary negotiations
  • Career assessments


“The amazing career services team is genuinely interested in getting to know each students and helping them discover and pursue their optimal career path.”

Jocelyn Milburn, GEMBA-HLS '20 | Director, Professional and Industry Relations, Government of Alberta, Ministry of Health

Rotman for life

The benefits of earning a Rotman MBA extend far beyond graduation, As a graduate of the Rotman Executive MBA program, you will have lifelong career support throughout your entire professional career.

Digital Health and Design: Rotman in San Francisco

The perfect combination: digital health perspectives from the San Francisco Bay Area with knowledge and strategy from Rotman's Global EMBA for Healthcare and the Life Sciences.

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Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

$400,000 in award funding available

Tip: Apply early to increase your chances of an entrance award.


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