IMPORTANT: Applications to the combined program are made separately to the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy MGA program and the Rotman School of Management MBA program:
- The Rotman School of Management-Applications are ongoing. Please visit the Rotman website for more information.
- Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy. Applications for fall 2023 are due January 25, 2023. Please see the admissions page for more information.
Students must meet the application requirements for both programs in order to be considered for the combined program. Please note the professional experience requirement for the MBA program will be waived students interested in applying to the combined MGA/MBA program.
NEW: MGA/MBA students may use either the GMAT or GRE to apply to the combined program. The Rotman School of Management now accepts GRE scores for applications to the MBA program.
Structure of the MGA/MBA Program
Year 1- Students are enrolled as full-time MGA students. View Year 1 courses for the MGA program.
Summer between Year 1 and 2 — Global Internship (required)
Year 2 — Students are enrolled as full-time MBA students. View the list of MBA courses.
Year 3 — Students are enrolled as full-time MBA students and part-time MGA students.
Fees and Funding
Students enrolled in Year 1 of the combined program will be required to pay the standard first year fees for the MGA program. They will pay MBA fees for Year 2 and 3 of the program.
During years 2 and 3 of the combined program, students will be entitled to receive Rotman scholarships, bursaries, and other forms of financial assistance. Students will not be eligible in their 1st year as they will be in the MGA program. When MGA students are in their MGA only year (Year 1) they will be eligible for MGA financial aid as well as OGS and SSHRC. Applications to OGS and SSHRC should be made the year before they start the combined program.
Rotman School of Management
Recruitment and Admissions Department
Master of Global Affairs