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About Me: Yining (Johnny), MMA Class of 2022

Quick info

  • MMA Class of 2022
  • Previous education:
    • Bachelor of Applied Science (High Honour), Major - Mechanical Engineering, Minor - Robotics and Mechatronics, University of Toronto, 2019

Why did you decide to join the Master of Management Analytics program?

Data has become an imperative asset to human society and turning big data into meaningful information is a challenging but terrifically rewarding process. Such a process aligns well with the value I have been pursuing and the MMA program at Rotman provides me with an excellent opportunity to experience the process and apply data techniques to solve real business problems.

Top reason(s) for choosing Rotman:

Rotman School of Management is one of the most prestigious business schools around the world. It is well known for the pioneering professors within its faculty, as well as the rich resources that help students grow and expand professional connections. 

What are you looking forward to the most in the program?

I am looking forward to working closely with our clients in the practicum project and gaining enterprise-level expertise in applying cutting-edge techniques to solve real-world business problems. The experience will help me develop more technical skill sets and become more employable.

What do you expect to gain in your next 11 months at Rotman?

With extensive exposure to advanced data techniques and business cases, I expect to become more proficient in the data analytics workflow when solving practical problems. Moreover, with the practicum experience, I want to build close connections with industry professionals and keep growing my professional network.



The Master of Management Analytics is designed to give students the advanced data management, analytics, and communication skills needed to become an analytics professional.

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