Sunday, May 20, 2012

PhD at Rotman (University of Toronto) in Finance ---> NO Tuition Fees (It is all paid for!) + $26,000 in funding available through out the PhD program! Rotman PhD would a dream come true ! It is the poor man's Ivy League / Canadian Ivy League :)

From the link:

What is your application deadline?
January 1st is the application deadline.

Do you have rolling admissions?
No, we do not offer rolling admissions.

What tests do you require?
Either a GMAT or a GRE taken within the last five years. Applicants whose primary language is not English, and previous degree(s) have been completed at a non-Canadian university where the language of instruction and examination was not English must submit a TOEFL test score report from the past two years.

Do you have minimum test scores?
The following are minimum test scores:
• GMAT: 600/800 total score
• GRE: 80% on each GRE component
• TOEFL iBT (internet-based): 100/120 total and 22/30 on both writing and speaking sections
• TOEFL PBT (paper-based): 600 total with at least 5/6 on the TWE (Test of Written English)

What tuition fees are required?
Each year, students pay incidental fees of about $1,000 and health insurance (international students only) of about $750 for single coverage.
Does the program offer financial aid? Are international students eligible?
Yes, financial aid is offered, and international students are eligible. In addition to a tuition scholarship that covers full academic fees, entering students are guaranteed a minimum financial package of about $26,000 for each of the first two years. In subsequent years (up to and including year five), similar financial support will be made available given good progress in the program.

What is the average duration of the program?
It takes an average of five years to complete the program (even if you have an MBA) — two years coursework and approximately three years of research and writing of the dissertation.

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