University of Toronto (Rotman) Introduces "Morning MBA" Program This Year

Three-year course designed to suit working professionals

The  Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto has announced a Morning MBA program, what the school is calling the first such program in the world.  The three-year program begins this September. Participating students take core corses taught mornings from 7 AM to around 9 AM two days a week, along with five week-long courses.

Rotman has also announced it is launching a 20-month Master of Finance program in September.

For more information about these new programs, please visit the Rotman website.

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