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Omnium faculty members are renowned for their cutting-edge research, consulting relationships with major companies, and authority in the business world. The practical knowledge and corporate insights they teach will benefit your organization directly:
- Participants apply the knowledge and techniques learned from their courses directly to their on-the-job responsibilities.
- Individual and group consulting projects incorporated into the curriculum are based on actual situations faced by our program participants and their employers.
- In-company consulting projects allow sponsoring companies to gain new understanding of the latest advancements in management, operations and strategic practices.
- By joining the Omnium program, participants immediately gain access to the knowledge and experience of a network of seasoned international business managers their fellow classmates, who come from around the world.
- Residencies in China, South America, Europe, India, the Middle East and North America offer students the chance to explore business development opportunities for their companies.
- Module 1: North America (Toronto, Canada)
- Module 2: East Asia (Hong Kong/Shanghai, China)
- Module 3: South Asia (Mumbai/New Delhi, India)
- Module 4: Europe (St. Gallen, Switzerland/ Budapest, Hungary)
- Module 5: South America (Sao Paulo, Brazil/ Buenos Aires, Argentina)
- Module 6: Middle East (Istanbul, Turkey/ Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
We offer a variety of scholarships. To be considered for a scholarship, you must be admitted to the program and submit your scholarship application by July 2. We also offer early enrollment incentives of $5,000 to $10,000 off of program fees.
The Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto is home to the #1 MBA program in Canada. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, the nations business and financial centre, the Rotman School will transform your career and your leadership potential.
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