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
Rotman MBA Admissions
Application TipsRotman 2013 MBA Application Questions, Deadlines, Tips.
Q&A / Interviews
|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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Tips for Video MBA Essay QuestionsRotman led the charge with a video essay question and last year Yale and Kellogg followed. Worried about being literally on stage? Here are my tips if you need to respond to a question in a short 1-2-minute video. First, realize that these video essays, like the written ones, are attempts to get to know you. Unlike […] Read More
Rotman’s Problem Solving Challenge to Award Unique First Prize – Full MBA Tuition Scholarship!Prospective and incoming Rotman MBA students now have a chance to win a full scholarship to the Rotman MBA program by competing in the Rotman Problem Solving Challenge. The Rotman site calls this unique competition an opportunity to “dive deep into a messy, unstructured problem using [Rotman’s] model-based approach to problem solving.” WHAT? Participants will […] Read More
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