University of Toronto: Rotman School of Management
Quick FactsAverage 2012 GMAT: 673
2015 Application Deadlines: November 3, 2014; January 12, 2015; March 2, 2015; April 20, 2015; June 1, 2015
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|2/3/2014||Canadian MBA Alliance Admissions Q&A|
|9/4/2013||MBA Video Essays: A Conversation with Rotman’s Niki da Silva|
|1/11/2013||Toronto Rotman MBA Interview with Robyn Ross|
|11/26/2012||2013 Toronto Rotman MBA Q&A with Niki Da Silva|
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What’s Really Important In MBA Admissions? Interview With Rotman’s Niki da Silva
100 episodes after her first interview on the show, the most popular Admissions Straight Talk guest is back! For the scoop on what’s new at one of MBA-dom’s most innovative admissions offices, listen to our conversation with Niki da Silva, Recruitment & Admissions Director for Rotman’s Full-Time MBA program. 1:59 – Overview of the Rotman […]
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Introducing Toronto Rotman’s New Admissions Test
For its 2016 MBA application, Rotman has introduced a new, timed, written response question that must be completed in addition to their two existing video questions. According to the Rotman blog, the purpose of this new exercise is as follows: We identified a need to find a tool to better assess the regular business-communication skills […]Read More
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