We take a ‘whole picture’ approach to applications, giving equal weight to grades, professional achievements, interpersonal skills and leadership potential.
We believe that exposure to a rich variety of viewpoints makes for a superior learning experience, and pride ourselves on building diverse classes of exceptional individuals.
The program uses a rigorous set of admission criteria, based on a combination of academic ability, interpersonal skills, employment credentials and more.
The following basic criteria are used in assessing applicants. Due to the competitive nature of admissions to the program, successful candidates tend to exceed the minimum requirements.
Minimum admission requirements:
- 5+ years of full-time work experience
- 2+ years of mid-to-senior management experience (people, project or budget management)
- Recognized undergraduate degree or equivalent
- Successful completion of the GMAT/GRE or the equivalent Rotman EDT test
- Current full-time employment
- English language proficiency: TOEFL or IELTS score required for non-English language degrees
Round 1: November 24, 2022
Round 2: March 1, 2023
Round 3: June 3, 2023
We encourage international students to apply to earlier rounds in order to allow enough time for study permit applications.
Note: To qualify for the program, you’re advised to arrange your work schedules and personal and professional responsibilities to allow you to complete the necessary class-work and self-study. You will be required to obtain your employer’s consent for the time you will spend away from work. Some students also request financial support from their employers in exchange for increased corporate performance. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further guidance.