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Toronto Metropolitan University will be closed from the end of the day on December 22, 2023, to January 7, 2024 (inclusive). Program staff will respond to inquiries upon their return on January 8.

During the closure, applicants who have started their application process can continue uploading documents. New applicants can complete the first part of their application (external link, opens in new window)  but will only receive an email with follow-up instructions to upload their documents until the university reopens in January.

Our Students

The Ted Rogers MBA program attracts students who are motivated, collegial and have an entrepreneurial spirit. These are individuals who want to disrupt and innovate their industry.

Diversity of student experience and background is one of our program’s greatest strengths. While we attract many students in consulting and finance, our graduates have been known to end up in very diverse industries, including, but not limited to:

  • technology, 
  • media management, 
  • financial services, 
  • real estate, 
  • sport business and entertainment, 
  • government and healthcare.

Average Age

29-32 years old


45% Female
55% Male

Average Work Experience

7 or more years

Average 120 new students
enrolled per year
(part-time & full-time)

Latest news

Ted Rogers MBA Perspectives series

The Ted Rogers MBA Perspectives series provides diverse viewpoints from past Ted Rogers MBA Candidates, which speak to their background and experiences.

Business vs. non-business background

In this segment, students discuss going into the MBA program with a business or non-business background.

Sport Business focus

In this segment, students provide insight into the MBA Sport Business Focus and tell you what to expect from the focus.

Part-time vs. full-time

In the part-time vs. full-time segment, students provide advice and discuss the things you should consider when deciding between a full-time and part-time MBA.

Women in business

In the Women in Business segment, students discuss how an MBA can help elevate and embolden women in business.

Our students