Applications are currently closed and will reopen September 2022 for classes starting in 2023
Admission decisions are based on an analysis of academic strength, leadership ability, experience, professionalism, and ability to communicate verbally and in writing.
Applicants admitted into the Master of Management & Professional Accounting program must have:
- a satisfactory GPA for the stream you are applying to, in the final year of a four-year bachelor’s degree
- a satisfactory score on Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) (if required)
- a satisfactory score on English Proficiency Test (if required)
- An application fee of $355 CAD
For Canadian universities, please visit the OLSAS Undergraduate Grading System Conversion Table to help guide you in determining whether you meet the minimum GPA requirements for our program.
The University of Toronto School of Graduate Studies establishes degree & GPA equivalencies for international degrees. Please consult the School of Graduate Studies Admission Requirements to determine your country of study's equivalency to the four-year bachelor's degree requirement and mid-B GPA requirement.
For students with a Canadian undergraduate degree specializing in accounting. The One Year MMPA will put you on a fast-track path to leadership armed with business and accounting expertise. Visit the One Year MMPA Admissions page for more information.
For students with any undergraduate degree, the Two Year MMPA is an opportunity to reach a leadership role by pairing knowledge acquired in your undergrad with robust business and accounting capabilities. Visit the Two Year MMPA Admissions page for more information.
Need help determining your stream? Check out our flow chart here.
Applicants applying to the Master of Management & Professional Accounting program must have taken a Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) within the past 5 years, if required (please see waiver options below). The GMAT test results must be submitted by the application deadline. GRE test are not accepted
Minimum scores required:
- Total Score: 570
- Verbal: 46%
- Quantitative: 46%
- AWA: 4.0
- There is not a minimum for the Integrated Reasoning section
The GMAT can only be waived for:
- Students who have studied for 4 years at an accredited North American university and graduated or will graduate with a four-year degree are not required to provide a GMAT
- Any applicant graduating from one of the following:
- University of Toronto Mississauga’s BCom (Accounting Specialist Program);
- The Rotman School’s BCom (Accounting Specialist);
- The University of Toronto Scarborough’s BBA (Specialist in Management & Accounting)
The MMPA Program Code is BTD-88-76. Please ensure to request your scores be made available to the “The MMPA Program”.
The GMAT is offered as the Computer-Adaptive Test. Further information is available and tests can be scheduled at the Official GMAT website.
If test centres are closed in your area due to the COVID-19 pandemic, then please proceed to write online.
You will need to provide evidence of your English proficiency if:
- English is not your first language (i.e., is not the first language you learned at home as a child);
- You have not completed at least four or more years of full-time study at a recognized Canadian school that teaches in English;
- You have not completed at least four or more years of full-time study in an English language school located in a country where the dominant language is English;
- Your first language is not French and you have not completed four or more years of full-time study at a recognized Canadian school
Proof of English language proficiency must be provided by satisfactory performance on one of the following tests:
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) [Institution Code — 0982];
Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (offered through a number of locations, for example MELAB.ca);
International English Language Testing System (IELTS);
The Certificate of Proficiency in English (COPE)
Canadian Academic English Language Assessment (CAEL)
The Canadian Academic English Language (CAEL) Test, measures the English language proficiency of students planning to study at Canadian universities and colleges.
Minimum scores required:
- TOEFL: Total: 100, Writing: 22, Speaking: 22
- IELTS: Overall 7.0 and 6.5 in each component
- COPE Required Score: 76 (with at least 22 in each component and 32 in the writing component).
- CAEL Required score: 70 minimum total score with at least 60 in each part.
To review the School of Graduate Studies English proficiency exemptions in full, please click here.
Applications open on September 1st for the following academic year and close January 31st. All applications are to be submitted online.