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MBA Programs: Explore Your Options

Education that fits

Pursuing an MBA is a life-changing decision. Consider three dimensions: timing, location and focus. Canada's leading MBA school, Rotman is located near Toronto's financial district and offers a variety of formats to meet your schedule and learning goals.

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Full-Time MBA

As you move forward in your career, an MBA from the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management gives you the knowledge, agility and confidence you need to transform your future. Our campus, in the heart of downtown Toronto, is steps from the country’s dynamic commercial and financial hub. Master business fundamentals and fulfill your potential in Canada’s leading MBA program.

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Morning MBA and Evening MBA

Take the time to invest in yourself. If you're a working professional in Toronto looking to dramatically enhance your career potential, consider the Rotman Morning or Evening MBA programs. Study before or after work, twice a week, and earn a degree from one of the world's top business schools.

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Global Executive MBA for Healthcare and the Life Sciences

18 months. Four countries. Add a global perspective to your healthcare or life sciences management career. This unique healthcare and life sciences focused MBA weaves together thought leadership, practical education and hands-on experience. Build the expertise you need to reshape your organization, and explore opportunities worldwide.

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Rotman-SDA Bocconi Global Executive MBA

Truly global, distinctly personal. Offered by two leading business schools, the Rotman-SDA Bocconi Global Executive MBA is a transformative program with a highly personalized focus on leadership development.

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One-Year Executive MBA

13 months to transform your career. Innovative courses. Globally recognized faculty. And the stimulating environment of Canada’s leading business school, in the heart of downtown Toronto.

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