The Faculties

Rotman
Why a Rotman MBA?
The Joseph L. Rotman School of Management has set out to redesign business education for the 21st century and become one of the world's top-tier business schools. The School is achieving this by developing an innovative curriculum built around Integrative Thinking and Business Design. As a result the Financial Times has ranked the Rotman MBA in the top 15 of North American MBA programs.

“What the Rotman School is doing may be the most important thing happening in management education today” – Peter F. Drucker

Rotman Fast Facts
-The Rotman School was ranked 24th among the top 100 MBA programs in the world and Top 10 worldwide for finance (Financial Times, 2006)
-Rotman is the most quoted business school in the Canadian media, with more than 50% share of voice (Cormex Media Report)
-In 2005, 93% of graduates were employment within 3 months after graduation, a higher rate than such top-tier schools as Wharton, Columbia and NYU Stern Financial Times, 2006
-Top Employers: Bain & Company, BMO Financial Group, CIBC, Deloitte Consulting, Johnson & Johnson, RBC Financial Group, Scotiabank, TD Bank Financial Group
-MBA Majors: Brand Management, Consulting, Funds Management, Global Management, Health Sector Management, Human Resources Management, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Investment Banking, Risk Management and Financial Engineering

The Faculty of Law
Why the U of T Faculty of Law JD?
10:1 student/faculty ratio, the best in North America, matched only by Yale

Faculty of Law Fast Facts: Premier in Canada and top tier worldwide
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Diversity of backgrounds
Undergraduate majors: Commerce, history, economics, political science, music, engineering, religious studies, languages, computer science, psychology, literature, philosophy, and biology, among others.
Undergraduate institutions: Some 40 undergraduate institutions from across Canada and the United States, and other countries and regions.

Articling and International Presence
Approximately 90% of the third-year class secure articling positions by the time of graduation. Students article in large, mid- and small size law firms, public interest organizations, government agencies, in-house legal departments, and judicial clerkships, in cities such as Toronto, Ottawa, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, London, and Halifax.

Students may also write the Bar Examination in New York State or Massachusetts immediately following their graduation. Typically, a substantial percentage of JD/MBA students pursue this avenue (27% of the 2008 class summered at NYC firms).