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Choose to apply early to the Morning and Evening MBA Programs!

Take the next step to invest in yourself with Rotman’s Morning MBA or Evening MBA program. Depending on your choice, you’ll be able to earn your degree before or after work. Here at Rotman, we invest in our students, and are committed to helping you advance your education by providing you with a broad range of financial options. 

Over $1 million in award funding available

Did you know that over $1 million in award funding is available to those applying to the Morning and Evening MBA programs? Rotman makes its programs more accessible through a generous system of deadline-based entrance awards and distinguished entrance awards. 

This means that the earlier you apply, the better your chances of receiving an entrance award. As the first application deadline is approaching, it is crucial to submit your application plus any required documents as soon as possible. In many cases, there are significant financial benefits for submitting your application by the first deadline. 

First application deadline: November 20, 2019

To secure your place for Fall 2020, submit your application before the first-round deadline on November 20, 2019. Round 1 applicants may be eligible to receive up to $15,000 of entrance awards in addition to distinguished entrance awards

First-round candidates who submit a complete application with all the required documents, including a GMAT or GRE score of at least 650 and above, or have completed their CFA III exams may be eligible for an entrance award of $15,000. Those with a GMAT or GRE scores if at least 600-649 may be eligible for an entrance award of $10,000.

Candidates that apply by the second-round deadline (February 19,2020), may be eligible for an award of $8,000, while those who apply by the third-round deadline (April 15, 2020) may be eligible for $6,000.

“One of the most difficult decisions in returning to school as a working professional is the opportunity cost of lost income. By enabling students to continue working, Rotman alleviates the pressure of that choice.” -Yule Schmidt MBA ‘21

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Distinguished Entrance Awards

In addition to the deadline-based entrance awards, we offer 43 other distinguished entrance awards. The Rotman Morning and Evening MBA programs offer distinguished awards related to academic merit in a variety of programs (Rotman Commerce, Engineering, Consulting, Health Care & Life Sciences), as well as leadership and contribution within the LGBTQ community, humanitarian volunteerism, to name a few. 

Recognizing Women in Leadership

Rotman also recognizes and supports the contributions of women in leadership through awards such as the Women in Business Awards and Forté Fellowships.

The Women in Business Award is based on exceptional academic merit for outstanding female candidates in industry/entrepreneurs. 

The Forté Fellowships, were created with the intention to increase the number of women applying to and enrolling in MBA programs. A consortium of major corporations and top business schools work together to launch women into fulfilling, significant careers through access to business education, opportunities, and a community of successful women. 

Over the last 2 years, 30+ Forte Fellows have been awarded to women at Rotman, totalling to more than $1M in total scholarships. 

The Rotman Morning and Evening MBA is proud to invest in candidates like Rae Liu- A Forte Fellowship recipient who works full-time as a Fixed Income Analyst and is currently a student of the Evening MBA program at Rotman. 

“I think this is a great program for women who want to pursue a career in business and learn more about leadership. You will meet so many wonderful, like-minded peers at Rotman and make meaningful connections for the rest of your life.” – Rae Liu MBA ‘21

Other women, such as Evening MBA Ambassador Emilie De Caen (MBA’21) shared why she decided to chose Rotman.

“Whenever I think Rotman, I think leadership. That’s ultimately one of the reasons why I think you should come to Rotman: if you want to become a manager, if you want to be at the forefront of your field, Rotman is where you belong. One of the things that I see every day in the halls is Rotman’s slogan, ‘Here’s Where It Changes,’ and I think: this is where people are inspired, this is where creative thinking happens, this is where team players come together to make the future a better one and succeed in their fields.”

If these words resonate with you, Rotman is the place to be. 

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