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ROTMAN VS. IVEY

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UFT, as a university, is more internationally well-known than Western. However, the Richard Ivey School of Business is quite well-known also. You only need to pass first year @ UFT in order to get into Rotman. However, you have to pass two years (of whatever you choose to take) at Western in order to get into the Ivey program. Your thoughts?
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Ivey is a lot better than Rotman as a school. In Canada, it's more highly regarded. Internationally, Rotman may open more doors.
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@SUMmer123456 wrote
Ivey is a lot better than Rotman as a school. In Canada, it's more highly regarded. Internationally, Rotman may open more doors.



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Rotman is harder to get a higher GPA at compared to western. First two years can be quite easy if you take the right courses. The two are great schools, but if more or less they get you to the same place so you might as well go with the one that's less stressful haha
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For investment and finance, Ivey > Rotman, even internationally. (At least the major corporations in the States)
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This forums is really centered around the big three - Queen's, Ivey, and Schulich, but in truth, Rotman does not trail far behind, and it's a great program nonetheless.

It really depends on what you're aiming for in the future. It is true that Ivey/Queen's gets more recruitment, but it's also true Rotman has a greater deal of international reputation(outside of North America).
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