While we don't want to brag too much (well, okay, maybe we do), we're proud to say that being part of Rotman Commerce means that you are part of a world-class business school at Canada's top university. Year after year, the Rotman School of Management has been ranked among the top business schools in Canada by the Financial Times, while the University of Toronto routinely takes top Canadian honours in the prestigious Times Higher Education rankings. Moreover, the 2018 QS Graduate Employability Rankings places U of T first in Canada and 15th globally - meaning that employers around the world recognize the superior value of a degree from U of T. But in case that doesn't convince you, here are five more reasons why choosing to study at Rotman Commerce might be the best thing you can do for your future self. 

1. study in downtown toronto: a world-class city

Studying at Rotman Commerce also means that you'll attend your classes at one of the country's most beautiful downtown campuses in one of the world's most livable cities. Canada's financial capital, Toronto, is home to the some of the world's most successful companies, who regularly recruit with our Career Centre. But it's not all work and no play - Toronto also boasts a dizzying array of cultural and sporting events, concerts and music festivals, amazing restaurants, incredible shopping, and so many other ways to make the most of your time here. Wherever your passions lie, we guarantee that you will find an outlet for them here. 

2. LEARN FROM THE BEST

In the Rotman Commerce classroom, you'll learn the fundamentals and nuances of business with world-renowned researchers like Dilip Soman and Andras Tilcsik; popular and skilled teachers like Dragan Stojanovic, Fotini Tolias, and Nouman Ashraf; and community leaders and industry insiders like David Scrymgeour and Ann Armstrong. And within the Faculty of Arts & Science, you'll have access to courses taught by leading experts in their fields - from anthropology to Yiddish, you can count on getting an unparalleled education from some of the country's best professors. 

3. it's not just business as usual

With our curriculum, you start your business education from day one, and because you will also take half of your courses in the Faculty of Arts & Science, you will have the opportunity to complement your business specialization with in-depth study in an area of your choosing outside of business. Many of our students choose to pursue minors in subjects that complement their specialists, like economics, psychology, or a second language, while others fulfill their desires to learn more about fields unrelated to their business interests. With today's employers looking to hire individuals who stand out from the crowd, having a well-rounded education is key. 

4. You *CaN* REINVENT THE WHEEL

Passionate about creativity? Always have ideas about how to do things better? So do we! In addition to being the top-ranked university in research and employability, U of T has also been named Canada's most innovative university! At Rotman Commerce, this means that we are investing in student organizations like the Rotman Commerce Innovation Group and the Rotman Commerce Entrepreneurship Organization, which support students in bringing exciting new ideas to life - and to market. It also means that you have access to a wealth of innovation infrastructure - from cross-program groups like the U of T Hatchery, to U of T Entrepreneurship, which offers amazing office and work space, education, and partnership opportunities for student innovation. 

5. You BELONG HERE

We want you to join us because we believe you'll fit in with our community of ambitious, dynamic, hard-working, and intelligent students, alumni, staff, and faculty. U of T can be a big place - a place full of opportunity but sometimes a bit hard to feel at home in. For most of our students, home can be found at Rotman Commerce - in our tight-knit student groups, at our Rotman Commerce House events, in the Rotman Commerce First-Year Learning Communities, on our intramural sports teams, in our small upper-year classes, as part of our alumni-mentorship program, and with the professors, academic advisors, and career coaches who work with our students to ensure their success and well-being. Our community runs deep and we're really looking forward to having you be part of all we have to offer.