1<br />International Exchange Program<br />
2<br /> Agenda<br />
3<br /> Overview<br /><ul><li>Opportunity to study abroad for one term: summer, fall or spring
22 partner schools available
Generally 2 spaces per school but may be more or less depending on balance</li></li></ul><li>4<br /> Partner Schools<br />...
 When To Go<br />Morning/Evening Students Should Note:<br />Final Spring Term Exchange:<br /><ul><li>Convocation in Novemb...
Course load in the Fall/Spring terms
Fewer exchange programs to choose  </li></ul>  from<br />Fall Term Exchange:<br /><ul><li>Miss Fall recruiting </li></ul>S...
6<br />Eligibility & Application Requirements<br />
7<br />Selection Process<br /><ul><li>Selection Committee considers:
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Interviews
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International Exchange Program

  1. 1. 1<br />International Exchange Program<br />
  2. 2. 2<br /> Agenda<br />
  3. 3. 3<br /> Overview<br /><ul><li>Opportunity to study abroad for one term: summer, fall or spring
  4. 4. 22 partner schools available
  5. 5. Generally 2 spaces per school but may be more or less depending on balance</li></li></ul><li>4<br /> Partner Schools<br />Europe<br />ESSEC Business School – Paris, FRANCE<br />SDA Bocconi – Milan, ITALY<br />WHU Beisheim School of Management – Vallendar, <br />GERMANY<br />0<br />European Business School (EBS) – Oestrich-Winkel,<br />GERMANY<br />RSM Erasmus – Rotterdam, NETHERLANDS<br />Instituto de Empresa – Madrid, SPAIN<br />University of St. Gallen – St. Gallen, SWITZERLAND<br />Manchester Business School – Manchester, UK<br />0<br />London Business School – London<br />Asia<br />The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) – <br />Hong Kong, CHINA<br />Honk Kong University of Science & Technology (HKUST) –<br />Hong Kong, CHINA<br />Tsinghua University – Beijing, CHINA<br />China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) – <br />Shanghai, CHINA<br />Fudan University – Shanghai, CHINA<br />National University of Singapore – SINGAPORE<br />National Taiwan University - TAIWAN<br />Australia<br />Australian Graduate School of Management<br />(AGSM) – Sydney, AUSTRALIA<br />Melbourne Business School (MBS) - Melbourne,<br />AUSTRALIA<br />South Africa<br />University of Cape Town – Cape Town, AFRICA<br />India<br />Indian School of Business – Hyderabad, INDIA<br />Latin America<br />Instituto Technologico y de Studios Superiores de Monterrey<br />(ITESM) - Monterrey, MEXICO<br />Middle East<br />Leon Recanati Graduate School of Business – Tel Aviv, ISRAEL<br />
  6. 6. When To Go<br />Morning/Evening Students Should Note:<br />Final Spring Term Exchange:<br /><ul><li>Convocation in November rather than in </li></ul> June with class (depending on partner <br /> term dates)<br /><ul><li>Number of courses taken/required for the </li></ul> program<br />Full-Time Students Should Note:<br />Summer Term Exchange:<br /><ul><li>Impact on summer job
  7. 7. Course load in the Fall/Spring terms
  8. 8. Fewer exchange programs to choose </li></ul> from<br />Fall Term Exchange:<br /><ul><li>Miss Fall recruiting </li></ul>Spring Term Exchange:<br /><ul><li>Convocation in November rather </li></ul> than in June with class (depending <br /> on partner term dates)<br /><ul><li>GBC & Clubs leadership roles</li></ul>** Pending the scheduling of any required courses.<br />
  9. 9. 6<br />Eligibility & Application Requirements<br />
  10. 10. 7<br />Selection Process<br /><ul><li>Selection Committee considers:
  11. 11. Applications
  12. 12. Interviews
  13. 13. Decision Criteria:
  14. 14. Motivation and initiative
  15. 15. Academic/career rationale
  16. 16. Academic performance
  17. 17. Ability to be a good Rotman ambassador
  18. 18. Additional benefits & considerations </li></ul> (e.g., we do not send students ‘home’)<br />
  19. 19. 8<br />Cost<br />Tuition<br /><ul><li>Tuition, incidental/ancillary fees to U of T
  20. 20. Registration at U of T
  21. 21. Remain eligible for U of T and Rotman Scholarships & </li></ul> Financial Aid<br /><ul><li>Host Institution may require additional incidental fees (e.g. for facilities or course materials) and/or Health Insurance</li></ul>Supplemental Costs<br /><ul><li>Students will be responsible for budgeting for all supplemental costs while participating on exchange:
  22. 22. Passports, visas and official documentation
  23. 23. Housing & food
  24. 24. Travel
  25. 25. Supplemental health insurance
  26. 26. Laptop warranty & insurance (if required)
  27. 27. Vaccinations (if required)</li></li></ul><li>9<br />Course Selection & Requirements<br /><ul><li>All students required to study on a full-time basis while on exchange; equivalent to 12 – 15 Rotman Credits (4 – 5 electives)
  28. 28. Morning/Evening students must take a full-time course load during their exchange term and are eligible to return to their study schedule upon return
  29. 29. All courses (and credits) at host university MUST be approved by the Rotman School prior to obtaining credit
  30. 30. There must be NO significant overlap in courses taken at host university with courses taken at the Rotman School
  31. 31. Students may wish to consider registering for an Independent Study if course selection at host university is limited and if it is not possible to register for the required number of courses/credits to meet MBA graduation requirements
  32. 32. Exchange subjects evaluated based on partner university marking scheme </li></li></ul><li>10<br />Pre-departure<br />
  33. 33. 11<br />While Away<br />
  34. 34. 12<br /> Discussion<br />

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