The University of Toronto’s Joseph L. Rotman School of Management has officially chosen GTS(R) (Global Talent System) powered by MBA Focus as their graduate business school’s career services platform. This new career service software will manage the school’s entire MBA recruitment process.
“The decision to implement GTS at Rotman was easily made, as MBA Focus provided the right system at the right time,” explains Leigh Gauthier, Director of Full Time MBA Careers. “The introductory stages of transition have been smooth and well-communicated, confirming that our new partnership was a step in the right direction. We are confident that GTS will better support our MBA recruitment process, and will facilitate the types of opportunities we hope to provide our students and alumni.”
Based in central Ohio, MBA Focus (https://www.mbafocus.com) provides advanced recruitment technology to more than 75 of the world’s top business schools. More than 2,000 employers also use MBA Focus recruitment tools every year. Graduate business school career service offices utilize this technology to support their MBA recruitment needs, increase the visibility of their candidates with top employers, and provide their students with more diverse and quality career opportunities. MBA Focus has created the most comprehensive network of MBA talent, partnering with the world’s leading business schools and top MBA employers across the globe. This new partnership with the Rotman School has created additional value for the MBA Focus network of employers, while further connecting Canada’s top b-school with additional recruitment opportunities.
“We are thrilled about our new partnership with Canada’s #1 graduate business school,” says Jack Gainer, CEO of MBA Focus. “At MBA Focus, we’re always looking to grow internationally and create a more diverse network for both our school and corporate partners. We are excited to see the continued advancement of Rotman’s program and the long-term benefits that GTS will provide for their candidates and career services.”
MBA programs using the GTS platform include: Arizona State University, W.P. Carey School of Business; Asian Institute of Management; Boston College, Carroll School of Management; Brandeis University, Brandeis International Business School; California State University, Sacramento, College of Business Administration; Columbia Business School; Cornell University, The Johnson School; Emory University, Goizueta Business School; Georgia State University, Robinson College of Business; Harvard University, Harvard Business School; HEC Paris; Hult International Business School; Indiana University, Kelley School of Business; Management Leadership of Tomorrow; MIT, Sloan School of Management; Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management; Pepperdine University, Graziadio School of Business and Management; Stanford University, Graduate School of Business; Texas Christian University, Neeley School of Business; The University of Chicago, Booth School of Business; The University of Iowa, Tippie College of Business; Tulane University, Freeman School of Business; UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business; UC Irvine, Paul Merage School of Business; UC San Diego, Rady School of Management; UCLA, Anderson School of Management; University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management; University of Oregon, Lundquist College of Business; University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business; University of Utah, Eccles School of Business; Willamette University, Atkinson Graduate School of Management