Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

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  • Bachelors of Engineering - Electronics and Communication Engineering, Anna University, Chennai, India

Why did you decide to study the Master of Management Analytics program?

Data has always been a integral part of my undergraduate studies as well as a major part of my previous work experience involved working with Oracle database, pushing in tons of data from external and different sources of internal system into the database. Having had the exposure to volumes of information, my work didn’t allow me to go further to analyze data in depth and use the insights to help business decision making. At this point, I pushed myself to gain better understanding of data and analytics which is when I decided to join Master of Management Analytics program at Rotman.

What were your top reasons for choosing Rotman?

  • Course Structure - First and foremost, I really liked the way the program was set up, it has a great mix of courses which are industry relevant. Also, I liked the Analytics Colloquia component of the program where we have industry and subject matter experts teaching us those courses.
  • Location – Needless to say, Rotman is located at the center of downtown Toronto. It is an advantage, as we get to meet and network with people working at renowned companies often through number of events hosted at Rotman. University of Toronto has such a beautiful campus, which was a bonus to me for choosing Rotman!

What are you looking forward to most in the program?

Practicum Project - One of the compelling reasons for me to join Rotman’s MMA program was the Analytics Practicum project. This project gives us the experience of working in analytics problem in a real-world business operation. I’m eager to kick start my project, starting this October, and gain lots of learning throughout the process. 


The Master of Management Analytics is designed to give students the advanced data management, analytics and communication skills needed to become an analytics professional. 

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