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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.
Tackling today's toughest management issues, the research centres at the Rotman School are driving innovation through daily advances in research and thought leadership. With significant corporate and institutional sponsorship, our centres make their findings available to a wide audience in both industry and academia, providing for a lively discussion that extends to the highest levels of decision making.
Located just blocks from downtown Toronto, Rotman is ideally positioned to help students connect with top employers from Canada, the U.S. and around the world. The School's strong academic reputation and close ties to the business community gives our graduates an edge in their search for a fulfilling career.
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The Business Information Centre (BIC) is the library and resource centre which supports the students, faculty and staff of the Rotman School of Management and the Rotman Commerce program.The BIC collection covers a wide range of business subjects
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.
The best part of student life at Rotman – and this is even true even before classes begin – is that it’s largely led and organized by Rotman students themselves. Whether you are organizing an international case competition or pitching a fundraiser to a potential donor, there is no better way to build your real-life leadership skills than by getting involved in our student clubs.
The Graduate Business Council (GBC) is the recognized governing student body for MBA programs at the Rotman School. By joining the GBC, you'll become part of a group of students who are passionate about creating a strong and energized Rotman community, and who work hard to bring about activities and initiatives that enhance the Rotman MBA experience.