Rotman’s Problem Solving Challenge to Award Unique First Prize – Full MBA Tuition Scholarship!

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Rotman_PrizeProspective and incoming Rotman MBA students now have a chance to win a full scholarship to the Rotman MBA program by competing in the Rotman Problem Solving Challenge. The Rotman site calls this unique competition an opportunity to “dive deep into a messy, unstructured problem using [Rotman’s] model-based approach to problem solving.”

WHAT?

Participants will compete in three graded components, guided by Rotman faculty and student mentors.

WHERE?

At the Rotman School

WHEN?

March 28-29, 2014

WHO?

2014 MBA applicants and admitted students to Rotman are eligible to participate. To claim awards, individuals must be accepted to the 2014 intake of the Rotman Full-Time MBA Program.

WHY?

For a chance to win one of 7 individual scholarships (ranging from $5,000 to a full scholarship valued at $90,000), or one of 4 group scholarships (ranging from $1,000 to $5,000 per team member).

That’s a lot of prize money and a lot of winners!!

See the Rotman Problem Solving Challenge page for details and rules.

For advice on optimizing your Toronto Rotman MBA application, check out the following resources:

Toronto Rotman School of Management B-School Zone
Rotman 2013 MBA Application Questions, Deadlines, Tips
2013 Toronto Rotman MBA Q&A with Niki Da Silva
MBA Video Essays: A Conversation with Rotman’s Niki da Silva

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