Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto was established in 1902 as Rotman School, is one of the world's top-tier business schools. 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.
Rotman is redesigning business education with a curriculum built on Integrative Thinking. The current model of business education - which divides business into a number of functional areas - has changed little since its introduction in the early 20th century. The #1 business school in Canada, the Rotman School aims to be a world leader in the development of innovative business education.
Facilities at Rotman School of Management –
- Event Facilities
- Career Services
Student Life at Rotman School of Management –
At the Rotman School, students will find themselves challenged and motivated to excel by the high calibre of their classmates - peers who will provide a lifetime network of friends and business contacts. They seek out students who have done interesting things with their lives, who have travelled, launched businesses, excelled at school and work and sought out experiences that make for an incredibly dynamic class.