Clubs and Student Life

Rotman attracts dynamic, engaged leaders, so student life on campus is naturally led and organized by students themselves. When you join a club, you not only build relationships with peers who share your interests — often you find opportunities to connect with employers and industry leaders who contribute to our vibrant program of co-curricular activities.


Social and cultural clubs

Whether your club involvement centres on building skills in an area like negotiation or public speaking, connecting with colleagues around a shared identity or issue, or taking a break to enjoy live music or a yoga session, participating in a social or cultural club will help you build out your scope and variety of interests while connecting with peers beyond the classroom.


Browse the club ecosystem.

Industry clubs
These groups are a great way to build skills, knowledge and experience related to your chosen field. From the Finance Association’s case competition program to the Executive Dinners Club — which lets you connect with business leaders over a meal — your Rotman experience includes countless opportunities to extend your learning and expand your network. Major firms and leaders engage actively with these industry-focused clubs, sponsoring events and activities or helping to design and adjudicate challenges in which students tackle real-world business problems.


Business in context

A Rotman education encourages you to think broadly and deeply about the impact of your own career, organization and industry. The student-led Graduate Business Council (GBC) complements this aspect of your studies by offering opportunities to engage in philanthropic initiatives, connect with fellow students through talks and events, and advance equity and diversity efforts at Rotman and in the wider business community.

Explore all GBC activities.


Make it yours

What keeps our ecosystem of clubs and activities so vibrant and relevant is the fact that these groups are animated by — and in most cases founded by — Rotman students. Have an idea for a club that would enhance your Rotman experience and help you and your fellow students prepare for the next stage of your careers? Your peers at the Graduate Business Council (GBC) can help you get started.

Connect with the GBC.


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