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Gain hands-on experience. The following clubs are related to strategic management.

Business design club

Business Design Club (BDC)

One of the most popular student groups at Rotman, the Business Design Club partners with Rotman DesignWorks to promote the practice of business design through skill-building workshops that help students master user-centered problem solving.

Business technology club

Business Technology Association (BTA)

Highly engaged and adaptive, the club provides members with the resources and opportunities needed to advance their professional goals and advance their ability to turn technology into a competitive advantage. Learn how technology firms compete and how innovation makes companies competitive.

Entrepreneurship club 2

Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Association

Entrepreneurs have the courage, insight and vision to turn an idea into an innovative company that has the potential to change the lives of millions. If you are interested in launching your own venture, becoming an innovator or working in the venture capital industry please join us.


Healthcare Management Association (HMA)

Health care represents a huge and growing sector in industrialized economies. With close ties to both industry and Rotman's Centre for Health Sector Strategy, the club attracts students looking for positions in hospital administration, medical devices, bio-pharma, insurance, new ventures and finance.


Management Consulting Association (MCA) Full-Time

Working with the career centre and with partners in industry, the club equips its members with the knowledge and tools they need to launch a career in this exciting field. The club hosts prep sessions, networking and speaking events, and some of the school's most popular case competitions.

Net Impact

Net Impact

The local chapter of an international community of more than 60,000 students and professional leaders spanning six continents, Net Impact creates positive social and environmental change through corporate social responsibility, sustainability and social entrepreneurship.

women in management

Women in Management Association (WIMA) Full-Time

WIMA fosters the growth, development and advancement of women who are seeking senior level decision-making roles in business. We provide a support network that our members can use for career discovery and skill building, and offer a social space to network and have fun.


Area Coordinator

A. Rebecca Reuber
Professor of Strategic Management