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Rotman School launches master's in Management Analytics

Developed in consultation with industry experts, the program combines training in the use of predictive and prescriptive analytics tools as they apply to multi-faceted managerial problems

'Almost one-third of our applications are from international students'

Michelle Beaton, director of recruitment for the University of Toronto’s engineering school, says international students can get merit-based scholarships and a whole year’s professional experience.

Rotman's Vice-Dean of MBA programs talks about the future of the degree, mature students, and more

The MBA was once a huge value-add to the CV but that is now being questioned. We asked Prof. Brian Golden what makes the Rotman MBA popular and about the newly launched Global Executive MBA in Healthcare and Life Sciences.

'Creative destruction fits well with the spirit and nature of our work'

Engineer, economist and business studies professor Ajay Agrawal explains how the University of Toronto’s Creative Destruction Lab helps campus innovators commercialize research breakthroughs.

Kolkata college students win 10-day study trip to Canada

Two lucky students get to go to the Alberta School of Business in Edmonton

"The interest in autonomous driving is exploding," Toronto professor on the university′s latest online offering

Are you an engineering student? Here’s a course that can help you turn science fiction into fact!

What it takes to study nanotechnology: Q&A with Prof. Ted Sargent

What does it take to study, and build a career in, nanotechnology? Prof. Ted Sargent from the University of Toronto speaks to BrainGain Magazine.

University of Toronto launches School of Cities: 7 Qs with President Gertler

President Meric Gertler of University of Toronto speaks to BrainGain Magazine about the newly launched School of Cities and the exciting opportunities it offers.

How 2 Indian students in Canada are helping disabled children walk like 'Iron Man'

The students, with backgrounds in engineering and management, built a robotic exoskeleton to help a young relative escape life in a wheelchair. Their project is now a full-time business

Here's a closer look at the abrupt transition which is currently overwhelming students and faculty around the world

COVID19 has compelled a shift in education but has that solved the problem of access or exposed new ones?

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