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Rotman and the University of Toronto

The Rotman School is part of the University of Toronto, and is located in downtown Toronto, just blocks from one of the world’s most vibrant business communities.

University of Toronto: centre of the action

The Rotman School is situated in downtown Toronto, blocks from one of the world's most vibrant business communities, making it easy for you to transition between work and your studies. The School takes full advantage of its strategic location by drawing on a rich pool of business and political leaders as teachers, mentors and speakers.

Enjoy a full-campus experience at the historic St. George campus of the University of Toronto. Established in 1827, U of T is a global centre of research and academic excellence, and recognized worldwide as Canada’s leading university — a reputation that adds tremendous value to your Rotman MBA.

Creative Destruction Lab

Innovation and entrepreneurship hub

“The focus on innovation is a key strength of the Rotman EMBA program. You will have the opportunity to explore the Creative Destruction Lab and its mission to develop massively-scalable start-up ventures.”

Rodney Cheung, EMBA ‘17

The Rotman School is a hub of innovation and entrepreneurship - an example of this is the Creative Destruction Lab (CDL).

Build something massive. Since its launch in 2012 at the Rotman School, the CDL is one of the world's fastest-growing venture labs, creating over $1 billion of equity value in under five years. Early-stage ventures from all over the world apply to work with the CDL. Selected MBA students, along with some of Canada's most successful entrepreneurs, play a vital role by providing strategic insights and business development support.

Industry roundtable: May 30, 2024

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