The Rotman School's history of transforming business education goes back to 1901, when a diploma program in Commerce was established at the University of Toronto. The School of Business became a faculty in 1972, and was renamed in honour of graduate and donor Joseph L. Rotman in 1995. Over the past 15 years, the School has quadrupled its endowment, and tripled its physical footprint, its faculty and its student body.
Rotman has built a global reputation on its ambitious vision for business education. Success in today’s global business landscape hinges on quickly adapting to volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous environments. At the Rotman School, our students receive a solid grounding in all the functional areas of business, and also learn how to go beyond them to consider the big picture. Through Integrative Thinking and Business Design, they gain the tools they need to solve the toughest problems, approaching each challenge with creativity and a willingness to take risks.
Whether your aim is to start your own business, accelerate your career or choose a new direction, with Rotman you've come to the right place. From a full-time MBA, to Morning and Evening MBA programs for working professionals, to a Masters of Finance and PhD, to Executive MBAs and professional development programs, Rotman offers options for continuous learning throughout your business life.
The University of Toronto offers residence accommodations for 3,300 undergraduate and graduate students on its St. George Campus in downtown Toronto.
Note: Because demand exceeds supply, acceptance into the Rotman M.B.A. program does not guarantee a place in residence.
There are many alternatives to residence accommodation. These include independent residences and off-campus housing. For more information regarding both on-campus and off-campus housing, please contact the University of Toronto Housing Service.
Special Services offers liaison with academic and administrative departments, and off-campus agencies. The service provides advocacy and support for students with physical disabilities and health considerations, and incorporates a learning disability division, which provides tutoring, counselling, and access to computer labs.
Facilities include provision of adaptive devices and equipment, on-campus transportation where appropriate, and alternative exam conditions for those who are eligible. The main office is located in the Koffler Student Services Centre, 214 College Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5T 2Z9. Students are encouraged to contact the office as soon as possible to make their needs known.
Modified on June 15, 2017