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 mission of University of Toronto is to be a catalyst for positive change: rooted in transformative learning, informed by original insight and inspired by the biggest challenges in business and society. It distills the shared beliefs down to four fundamental principles.
Expanding the conversation on today's toughest management issues, the research centres at Rotman drive innovation.
The more you connect with professionals working in the career you are exploring, the more you will learn about whether it’s a good fit for you. The career exploration programs connect you with career professionals to ask questions and learn the latest about careers, companies and industries.
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The Milt Harris Library is the library which supports the students, faculty and staff of the Rotman School of Management and the Rotman Commerce program.
Rotman South is a fully renovated Victorian building located at 149 College Street, Toronto; a beautiful downtown location with easy access to the subway and public transportation.
Outside the classroom, student clubs, case competitions and other activities will allow you to explore different career choices, expand your personal and professional network, and get the most from the Rotman experience.
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