Rotman MBA Essays

Rotman MBA essays

Rotman Essay 1. Explain your spike factor (something unique about yourself) that you believe will contribute to the Rotman community and is aligned with Rotman values. How will your spike factor help you succeed as an MBA student and beyond? (up to 1000 words)

Reflection Question (3-5 word maximum)*List 3-5 attributes or characteristics that best describe you. Limit response to 50 characters.

Video Questions:  The video interview component is a required part of Rotman Admissions process designed to give all candidates guaranteed “face time” with the Admissions Committee and showcase your personality, characteristics, passions, and values.

You will have an opportunity to test the technology, and then will be asked two taped questions. Both questions are personality/values based and are designed to be answered without any advanced preparation and will only take a few minutes to complete. After completing your questions, you will receive a confirmation email and unique URL to input into this section of the application and complete the video component. Good luck and have fun with the process!

Rotman Optional Essay: This is not a required part of the admissions process, but instead an opportunity to share anything you think the Admissions Committee should know that has not been covered by the rest of the application? There is no need to answer this question if you feel that your background has been thoroughly presented throughout the application.

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(Rolling Admissions) Round 1 (03 Nov), Round 2 (14 Jan), Round 3 (02 Mar), Round 4 (20 Apr), Round 5 (01 Jun) All international applicants are highly encouraged to apply by Round Three in order to ensure ample time for visa processing after accepting the offer of admission

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