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Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

Rotman The Joseph L Rotman School of Management of the University of Toronto, is one of the few Canadian business schools that can stand shoulder to shoulder with its North American neighbors. Rotman's 20month MBA program offers a breadth of courses and a truly unique international experience.

Rotman Class Profile Full-time MBA class has around 350 students with women/men ratio of 31%/69%. About 49% of the class is comprised of international students. The average GMAT score is 672 and average age of MBA admit is 27 years.

Rotman Application Deadlines 2017 Round 3 (08 Feb 2017), Round 4 (05 Apr 2017), Round 5 (07 Jun 2017) All international applicants are highly encouraged to apply by Round Three in order to ensure ample time for visa processing after accepting the offer of admission.  

Rotman MBA Essays 2016-2017      Rotman Essay Tips

Rotman Essay 1. When you reflect 10 years from now, how will you measure your MBA experience? (500 words maximum)

Rotman Reflection Question: List 3-5 attributes or characteristics that best describe you. Limit response to 50 characters.

Rotman Video Questions: The video interview component is a required part of Rotman Admissions process designed to give all candidates guaranteed "face time" with the Admissions Committee and showcase your personality, characteristics, passions, and values.

Few examples of practice video questions:

: Tell us why you've selected Rotman. What makes it the best fit and best choice for your MBA.

: Please introduce yourself. Talk about who you are and where you are headed

: Why should Rotman select you? What it is about your background that makes you a great candidate for our program?

: Why are you pursuing an MBA? What are your goals.

Rotman Resume: A one-page resume or CV is required.   MBA Resume Writing Tips

Essay archives from past years

   

Rotman MBA Application Essays 2015-2016

Rotman MBA Application Essays 2014-2015

Rotman MBA Application Essays 2013-2014

Rotman MBA Application Essays 2011-2012

Rotman MBA Application Essays 2010-2011

Rotman MBA Application Essays 2009-2010

Rotman MBA Application Essays 2008-2009

Rotman MBA Application Essays 2007-2008

   

Rotman MBA Application Essays 2015-2016

Rotman Essay 1. Please state your professional goals and how you plan to achieve them. (250 words maximum)

Rotman Reflection Question: List 3-5 attributes or characteristics that best describe you. Limit response to 50 characters.

Rotman Video Questions: The video interview component is a required part of Rotman Admissions process designed to give all candidates guaranteed "face time" with the Admissions Committee and showcase your personality, characteristics, passions, and values.

Few examples of practice video questions:

: Tell us why you've selected Rotman. What makes it the best fit and best choice for your MBA.

: Please introduce yourself. Talk about who you are and where you are headed

: Why should Rotman select you? What it is about your background that makes you a great candidate for our program?

: Why are you pursuing an MBA? What are your goals.

Rotman MBA Application Essays 2014-2015

Rotman Essay 1. Why have you decided to pursue an MBA at Rotman at this point in your career, and where do you envision your career going post-MBA? (250 words maximum)

Rotman Essay 2. Describe the most important piece of constructive feedback you have received recently. Please detail the circumstance and your plan to address it. (250 words maximum

Rotman Reflection Question: List 3-5 attributes or characteristics that best describe you. Limit response to 50 characters.

Rotman Video Questions: The video interview component is a required part of Rotman Admissions process designed to give all candidates guaranteed "face time" with the Admissions Committee and showcase your personality, characteristics, passions, and values.

 

Rotman MBA Application Essays 2013-2014

Rotman Essay 1. Why have you decided to pursue an MBA at Rotman at this point in your career, and where do you envision your career going post-MBA? (250 words maximum)

Rotman Essay 2. The Rotman School of Management is uniquely located in downtown Toronto, the heart of Canada's business and financial centre. Toronto is the world's most multicultural city, and is the fourth largest city in North America. How do you plan to maximize the opportunities available to you by studying in Toronto? (250 words maximum)

Rotman Video Interview/Questions. The video interview component is a required part of Rotman Admissions process designed to give all candidates guaranteed "face time" with the Admissions Committee and showcase your personality, characteristics, passions, and values. You will have an opportunity to test the technology, and then will be asked two taped questions. Both questions are personality/values based and are designed to be answered without any advanced preparation and will only take a few minutes to complete. After completing your questions, you will receive a confirmation email and unique URL to input into this section of the application and complete the video component. Good luck and have fun with the process! LINK

Rotman Optional Essay. This is not a required part of the admissions process, but instead an opportunity to share anything you think the Admissions Committee should know that has not been covered by the rest of the application? There is no need to answer this question if you feel that your background has been thoroughly presented throughout the application.

Rotman MBA Application Essays 2011-2012

Rotman Essay 1. Discuss your personal and professional development over the past five years and describe how these changes have led you to choose to do your MBA at this time. What are your career goals and how will a Rotman MBA help you to achieve them? (Please limit your answer to 500 words)

Rotman Essay 2. One of the Rotman School's underlying principles is the value of one; this reflects the belief that each member of the Rotman community has unique needs and talents. What are your greatest talents and/or abilities and how would each enhance the experience of your classmates? (Please limit your answer to 250 words)

Rotman Essay 3. Imagine that ten years from now a colleague is describing you to a new employee. What will s/he say about you that you are not known for now? How will you achieve these new skills? (Please limit your answer to 250 words)

Rotman Essay 4. Describe a professional experience when you did not live up to your full potential. What would you do differently if you had to do it again? (Please limit your answer to 250 words)

Rotman Optional Essay. Is there anything that you think the Admissions Committee should know which you feel has not been covered by the rest of the application? If you believe your credentials and essays represent you fairly, do not feel obligated to answer this question.

Rotman MBA Application Essays 2010-2011

Rotman Essay 1. Discuss your personal and professional development over the past five years and describe how these changes have led you to choose to do your MBA at this time. What are your career goals and how will a Rotman MBA help you to achieve them? (Please limit your answer to 500 words)

Rotman Essay 2. One of the Rotman School's underlying principles is the value of one; this reflects the belief that each member of the Rotman community has unique needs and talents. What are your greatest talents and/or abilities and how would each enhance the experience of your classmates? (Please limit your answer to 250 words)

Rotman Essay 3. Imagine that ten years from now a colleague is describing you to a new employee. What will s/he say about you that you are not known for now? How will you achieve these new skills? (Please limit your answer to 250 words)

Rotman Essay 4. Describe a professional experience when you did not live up to your full potential. What would you do differently if you had to do it again? (Please limit your answer to 250 words)

Rotman Optional Essay. Is there anything that you think the Admissions Committee should know which you feel has not been covered by the rest of the application? If you believe your credentials and essays represent you fairly, do not feel obligated to answer this question.

Rotman MBA Application Essays 2009-2010

Rotman Essay 1. Discuss your personal and professional development over the past five years and describe how these changes have led you to choose to do your MBA at this time. What are your career goals and how will a Rotman MBA help you to achieve them? (Please limit your answer to 500 words)

Rotman Essay 2. One of the Rotman School's underlying principles is the value of one; this reflects the belief that each member of the Rotman community has unique needs and talents. What are your greatest talents and/or abilities and how would each enhance the experience of your classmates? (Please limit your answer to 250 words)

Rotman Essay 3. Imagine that ten years from now a colleague is describing you to a new employee. What will s/he say about you that you are not known for now? How will you achieve these new skills? (Please limit your answer to 250 words)

Rotman Essay 4. Describe a professional experience when you did not live up to your full potential. What would you do differently if you had to do it again? (Please limit your answer to 250 words)

Rotman Optional Essay. Is there anything that you think the Admissions Committee should know which you feel has not been covered by the rest of the application? If you believe your credentials and essays represent you fairly, do not feel obligated to answer this question.

Rotman MBA Application Essays 2008-2009

Rotman Essay 1. Discuss your personal and professional development over the past five years and describe how these changes have led you to choose to do your MBA at this time. What are your career goals and how will a Rotman MBA help you to achieve them? (Please limit your answer to 500 words)

Rotman Essay 2. One of the Rotman School's underlying principles is the value of one; this reflects the belief that each member of the Rotman community has unique needs and talents. What are your greatest talents and/or abilities and how would each enhance the experience of your classmates? (Please limit your answer to 250 words)

Rotman Essay 3. Imagine that ten years from now a colleague is describing you to a new employee. What will s/he say about you that you are not known for now? How will you achieve these new skills? (Please limit your answer to 250 words)

Rotman Essay 4. Describe a professional experience when you did not live up to your full potential. What would you do differently if you had to do it again? (Please limit your answer to 250 words)

Rotman Optional Essay. Is there anything that you think the Admissions Committee should know which you feel has not been covered by the rest of the application? If you believe your credentials and essays represent you fairly, do not feel obligated to answer this question.

Rotman MBA Application Essays 2007-2008

Rotman Essay 1. Discuss your personal and professional development over the past five years and describe how these changes have led you to choose to do your MBA at this time. What are your career goals and how will a Rotman MBA help you to achieve them? (Please limit your answer to 500 words)

Rotman Essay 2. One of the Rotman School's underlying principles is the value of one; this reflects the belief that each member of the Rotman community has unique needs and talents. What are your greatest talents and/or abilities and how would each enhance the experience of your classmates? (Please limit your answer to 250 words)

Rotman Essay 3. Imagine that ten years from now a colleague is describing you to a new employee. What will s/he say about you that you are not known for now? How will you achieve these new skills? (Please limit your answer to 250 words)

Rotman Essay 4. Describe a professional experience when you did not live up to your full potential. What would you do differently if you had to do it again? (Please limit your answer to 250 words)

Rotman Optional Essay. Is there anything that you think the Admissions Committee should know which you feel has not been covered by the rest of the application? If you believe your credentials and essays represent you fairly, do not feel obligated to answer this question.

           
           
 

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