York University Schulich School of Business
Known as Canada’s Global Business School™, the Schulich School of Business in Toronto is ranked among the world’s leading business schools by a number of global surveys. Schulich’s MBA program is ranked #1 in the world by the Aspen Institute (a Washington, DC-based leadership think tank) in a global survey that identifies which schools are doing the best job of preparing future business leaders for the environmental, social and ethical complexities of modern-day business. Schulich’s MBA program is ranked #1 in Canada by Forbes, The Economist and Expansión (a Time Warner publication based in Mexico City). The Kellogg global network of EMBA partner schools, which includes the Kellogg- Schulich EMBA, is ranked #1 in the world by The Wall Street Journal, and the Kellogg-Schulich EMBA is ranked #1 in Canada by the Financial Times of London.
Global, innovative and diverse, Schulich offers business programs year-round at two Toronto campuses — its new state-of-the-art complex on York University’s main campus and its downtown Miles S. Nadal Management Centre located in the heart of the city’s financial district. The School also offers the Schulich MBA in India – one of the first MBA programs to be delivered in that country by a leading international business school from outside India. In addition, Schulich operates satellite centres in Beijing and Shanghai, China; Mumbai, India; Seoul, South Korea; and Moscow, Russia. Schulich offers undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate business degrees that lead to careers in the private, public and nonprofit sectors, and has more than 24,000 alumni working in approximately 90 countries. Schulich pioneered Canada’s first International MBA (IMBA) and International BBA (iBBA) degrees, as well as North America’s first ever cross-border executive MBA degree, the Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA. Schulich’s Executive Education Centre provides executive development programs annually to more than 16,000 executives in Canada and abroad.
16th Annual Seymour Schulich Awards for Teaching Excellence
Seymour Schulich has generously donated funds to support annual student-run, student-voted awards recognizing teaching excellence. These Teaching Excellence Awards are among the largest such awards in North America.
Mr. Schulich's vision is that the winners of this award be instructors at Schulich whose excellence in teaching is recognized by their students.
Excellence in teaching includes:
Two awards are granted each year - $15,000 for the first place winner and $10,000 for the second place winner in each program. Winners are selected based on the percentage of students voting for the instructor who have been taught by that instructor.This school offers programs in:
The Schulich School of Business – York University was founded in 1966 as the Faculty of Administrative Studies, which was founded in 1966. In 1995, following a major monetary donation from Canadian billionaire Seymour Schulich, the school underwent a series of changes that created the present-day Schulich School of Business. It currently offers 19 specializations at the Master’s level and offer part-time and accelerated degree options, and is fully accredited with: AICTE (India), AMBA (UK), EQUIS (Europe), OCGS (Ontario). Students can earn a number of graduate degrees: MBA, Executive MBA, International MBA, MPA, MAcc, MF, MBA/JD, MS, MBA/MS and Ph.D. Schulich is known as “Canada’s Global Business School,” and is ranked among the world’s leading business schools by a number of global surveys.
Primarily located at the Seymour Schulich Building on the Keele Campus in Toronto, the Schulich School of Business also maintains an executive-education center in Toronto’s Financial District in downtown Toronto and a satellite campus in Hyderabad, India. The school operates representative offices in Beijing and Shanghai, China; Mumbai, India; Seoul, South Korea; and Moscow, Russia. Although the Schulich School of Business is part of York University, it operates under a separate budget.
This location in one of the world’s great multicultural cities gives students access to head offices of many organizations, and has allowed the school to build ties with the corporate community. A number of Canada’s leading executives, together with top executives from around the world, act as advisors on its boards, teach in its classrooms, and provide guidance and counsel to students.
York University’s Keele Campus and Schulich’s Downtown Campus are served by a number of public transit organizations, and on-site or adjacent parking area are available.Facilities
The Seymour Schulich Building, opened in August 2003, is a $102-million complex. The building was jointly designed by Siamak Hariri and Robbie/Young & Wright Architects, and was awarded the Governor General’s Medal in Architecture in 2006. The Seymour Schulich Building and its Executive Learning Centre houses Peter F. Bronfman Business Library, Executive Dining Room, Robert R. McEwen Auditorium, Tuchner’s Eatery (restaurant/bar), Timothy’s World Coffee, a multi-storey hotel, and a number of small lecture halls.
Management programs are held in downtown Toronto at the Miles S. Nadal Management Centre, located in the Ernst & Young Tower of the Toronto Dominion Centre. The closest subway stations to the downtown location are King, Union and St. Andrew’s on the Yonge-University-Spadina line.
The Schulich School is currently constructing a campus in Hyderabad, India. The campus, to be named the Schulich GMR Campus, is accredited by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), and the inaugural class began in September 2013. During the first eight months of study, students in Hyderabad develop a foundation in business-management fundamentals. They may then travel to Toronto as part of the curriculum to attain international education during Year 2 at Schulich’s main campus. For the next eight months (two terms), they develop more specialized expertise as they tailor their MBA studies to meet career goals.
With more than 100 members based in Canada and abroad, the size and quality of Schulich’s faculty compliment allows for both depth and breadth in terms of education and research coverage. As leaders in their respective fields, the faculty’s research enjoys widespread interest not only in the academic community, but in the public at large. In that regard, Schulich faculty have continued to launch successful partnerships with industry which provide not only financial support for faculty research, but as well is an important training ground for many of doctoral students. The school’s faculty’s research is increasingly being published in top-tier journals, has led to important public-policy implications, and continues to receive extensive media attention.Student Body
Schulich typically enrolls about 150 students in its full-time MBA program, about 100 yearly in the part-time program, and 45 EMBA students.MBA Degree Offerings
The Schulich MBA includes 21 different areas of specialization, two Toronto campuses, multiple start dates, and scheduling choices, including the ability to switch between full-time and part-time study. The 16-month program offers an integrated approach to general management fundamentals and combines classroom learning with hands-on experience through a six-month strategic-consulting project working with real clients, problems and solutions. The MBA balances qualitative and quantitative skills and offers study abroad opportunities.
Schulich pioneered Canada’s first International MBA (IMBA) and International BBA (iBBA) degrees, as well as North America’s first ever cross-border executive MBA degree, the Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA.
The International MBA (IMBA) is available for a global career. Open to applicants from Canada and abroad, this 20-month full-time program includes MBA core courses; special international business courses; mastery of a second language; and specialized knowledge of two global trading regions (including North America). IMBAs can specialize in two of 20 areas such as finance and marketing. As well, they complete an internationally focused strategic consulting project.
The Schulich School of Business is Canada's Global Business School. A Schulich degree is recognized around the world. This strong reputation is based on our global reach, innovative programs and diverse perspectives on management and leadership.
Few schools in the world can match Schulich's track record in terms of creating innovative and relevant programs.
We pioneered Canada's first International MBA (IMBA) program, as well as North America's first cross-border executive MBA, the Kellogg-Schulich EMBA. We offer a broad range of Master's-level programs, including 12-month programs such as our Master of Accounting, Master of Finance, and Master of Business Analytics. 20 different specialized areas of study allow you to focus on business functions, industry sectors and special topics such as business and sustainability. These specializations will give you a competitive advantage when it comes to managing your career.
As a Schulich student, you will join a select group of peers with diverse backgrounds and proven leadership ability. Bright, accomplished and ambitious they will bring real-world experience and insight into the classroom. As you hone your management skills, you will be constantly challenged by the drive and passion of your classmates, the rigour and intensity of our programs and by our award-winning faculty. Located in Toronto, the financial centre of Canada, and one of the world's great multicultural cities, gives Schulich access to head offices of many organizations and has allowed us to build strong linkages to the corporate community. A number of the country's leading executives, together with leading executives from all over the world, act as advisors on Schulich's boards, teach in our classrooms, and provide guidance and counsel to students.
When you graduate, you'll join a proud and highly accomplished family of more than 26,000 Schulich alumni in over 90 countries worldwide; men and women who have made a lasting mark in the world of business and have attained the highest levels of personal and professional success. Schulich graduates will provide you with mentorship, career advice and business contacts during your studies and throughout your career. No matter where you are in the world, Schulich's global network of close to 90 alumni chapters will be there for you. Business today is global and your credentials must be too. If you seek a highly rewarding and stimulating business education in a learning environment that is truly international then experience for yourself all that the Schulich School of Business has to offer.Program Info
Schullich MBA in India
Length of Program: 16 or 20 months
Starting Dates: September
Location: Year 1 - India, Year 2 - Canada
Minimum years of work experience: 2 years
Application deadlines: September Start - Round 1 - January 15th, Round 2 - February 28th, Round 3 - April 30th
Courses conducted in: English
Part-Time MBALength of Program: 40 months
Starting Dates: January, May, September
Location: Downtown (January or September) or Main Campus (January, May or September) Minimum years of work experience: 2 years
Application deadlines: January Start - Round 1 - September 15th, Round 2 - October 15th May Start - Round 1 - Febraury 1st September Start - Round 1 - January 15th, Round 2 - February 28th, Round 3 - April 30th
Courses conducted in: English Full-Time IMBA (International MBA)
Length of Program: 20 months
Starting Dates: September Location: Main Campus
Minimum years of work experience: Work experience is not required
Application deadlines: September Start - Round 1 - January 15th, Round 2 - February 28th, Round 3 - April 30th
Courses conducted in: English
Accreditation(s): OCGS, EQUIS, Association of MBAs
Ranking(s): The Economist - #1 in Canada
Forbes - #1 in Canada
The Aspen Institute (a US think tank) - #1 in the world in Social and Environmental Leadership
CNN Expansion - #1 in Canada
University Degree: Bachelor - 3.0 GPA in final 2 years (MBA, IMBA, MAcc)
3.3 GPA in final 2 years (MF, MBAN)
GMAT: 550-780 or GRE
English test(s): Min. TOEFL 100; Min. IELTS 7.0
Language fluency: English
Application fees: 150 USD
Tuition fees. 74,000 CAD (Domestic), 94,000 CAD (International)
The Schulich School of Business is business school of York University located in Toronto. Ontario. Canada. Schulich offers undergraduate and graduate degree and diploma programs in business administration, finance, accounting, business analytics, public administration and international business as well as a number of PhD and executive programs. Originally known as the Faculty of Administrative Studies (FAS), it was renamed in 1995 after Seymour Schulich. a major benefactor who has donated $15 million to the School.  Although the Schulich School of Business is a Faculty of York University. it operates under a separate budget. The dean of the School, Dezsö J. Horváth. was first appointed in 1988, making his tenure one of the longest at any business school in the world. The School is accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA) and the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS).   According to Forbes and CNN Expansión. Schulich has the best full-time MBA program in Canada. 
Primarily located at the Seymour Schulich Building on the Keele Campus in Toronto, Ontario. the School also maintains an executive education centre in Toronto's Financial District in downtown Toronto and a satellite campus in Hyderabad, India. The School also operates representative offices in Beijing and Shanghai, China ; Mumbai, India ; Seoul, South Korea ; and Moscow, Russia. Schulich offers undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate business degrees that lead to careers in the private, public and nonprofit sectors, and has more than 25,000 alumni working in approximately 90 countries. Schulich pioneered Canada’s first International MBA (IMBA) and International BBA (iBBA) degrees, as well as North America’s first cross-border executive MBA degree, the Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA. Schulich’s Executive Education Centre provides executive development programs annually to more than 16,000 executives in Canada and abroad.History [ edit ]
The Schulich School of Business was known as the Faculty of Administrative Studies which was founded in 1966.  Before the establishment of the Seymour Schulich Building on the Keele Campus in 2003, the School was run from a York University building, currently renamed as Health, Nursing & Environmental Studies Building. In 1995, following a major monetary donation from Canadian billionaire Seymour Schulich. the school underwent a series of changes that created the present-day Schulich School of Business.Campuses [ edit ] Seymour Schulich Building [ edit ]
Peter F. Bronfman Business Library
The Seymour Schulich Building. opened in August 2003, is a $102-million complex. The building was jointly designed by Siamak Hariri and Robbie/Young & Wright Architects Inc. and was awarded the Governor General's Medal in Architecture in 2006.  The Seymour Schulich Building and its Executive Learning Centre houses Peter F. Bronfman Business Library, Executive Dining Room, Robert R. McEwen Auditorium, Tuchner's Eatery (restaurant/bar), Starbucks, a multi-storey hotel, and a number of small lecture halls.Miles S. Nadal Management Centre [ edit ]
Management programs are held in downtown Toronto at the Miles S. Nadal Management Centre which is located in the Ernst & Young Tower of the Toronto-Dominion Centre. The closest subway stations to the downtown location are King, Union and St. Andrew's on the Yonge-University-Spadina line.India Campus [ edit ]
The Schulich School is currently constructing a campus in Hyderabad, India.  The campus, to be named the Schulich GMR Campus. is accredited by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and the inaugural class began in September 2013 [ citation needed ]. During the first 8 months of students study in Hyderabad to develop a strong foundation in business management fundamentals. In August, students travel to Toronto as part of the curriculum to attain international education during Year 2 at Schulich's main campus. For the next eight months (two terms), they develop more specialized expertise as they tailor their MBA studies to meet career goals.Graduate Programs [ edit ]
The Schulich School of Business offers a number of graduate degree programs:
The Schulich School also offers two Graduate diploma programs:
The School currently offers 19 specializations at the Master's level and offer part-time and accelerated degree options.Undergraduate Programs [ edit ] Overview [ edit ]
Schulich offers two undergraduate programs:
In 2013–2014, the iBBA program will be in its 14th class, and the BBA program will be in its 36th.Admissions [ edit ]
The Schulich School of Business maintains a selective admission standard for its undergraduate programs. The BBA and iBBA programs together enrol around 400 students and up (300 for BBA and 100 for iBBA) from an average of 4,500 to 5,000 applicants per year, providing an applicant to place ratio of around 12 to 1. [ citation needed ] Delayed entry students who have studied one year at another school are also allowed to apply. However, there are only a limited number of spaces reserved for the delayed entry stream and prospective applicants must meet specific degree requirements to qualify.   Students applying to the BBA/iBBA program must have at least a low 90s average to remain competitive; the cut-off line for undergraduate applicants in 2010 stood at 90.5%, with the overall average for incoming undergraduates being 92.7%. [ citation needed ] Applicants must also submit a Supplementary Information Form that includes a summary of the organizations, sports teams, volunteer or paid work that the applicant has been involved in. There are two essay type questions on the Supplementary Information Form. All undergraduate applicants must take at least 6 U and M courses, but cannot take more than 2 M courses in the same discipline. Applicants must also take Grade 12 English (U) and Grade 12 Advanced Functions and either Grade 12 Data Management or Grade 12 Calculus (Calculus Recommended). Delayed entry students must maintain at least an A average in order to be considered and must also fill out a Supplementary Information Form.Academics [ edit ]
Similar to the graduate program, students are not required to specialize in a discipline. However, students can choose to specialize in up to two areas such as: Accounting, Economics, Entrepreneurship and Family Business, Finance, International Business, Marketing, Organization Studies or Operations Management & Information Systems, and Strategic Management. iBBA students are also required to complete one semester of study abroad at one of Schulich's partner schools and to take a foreign language course every year. The most popular specializations include Accounting, Finance and Marketing.
Undergraduate students in the BBA and iBBA programs also have the option of pursuing a Certificate in Managing International Trade and Investment. This is the first Certificate to be offered at the Schulich School.International Exchange [ edit ]
Any student enrolled in the BBA/iBBA program may apply for one Study Abroad term. Students may apply for a full academic year only in cases where a full year option is available as per the information on individual partner schools. Exchange term could either be the second semester of Year 3, or first and second semester of Year 4. Schulich partners with 56 exchange partner universities in 28 different countries. Less than 50% of the student body would go on exchange during their studies at Schulich. Exchange is mandatory for iBBA students as it is a part of their graduation requirements, but BBA students are also allowed to participate in exchange. Most countries that invite Schulich students for exchange terms have limited spots therefore a portion of the spots in each university is reserved for iBBA students, and the rest of the spots are for students studying in either undergraduate designation.Rankings [ edit ] Global rankings [ edit ]
There are two student government bodies responsible for the student experience at Schulich.
Additionally, students can become members and hold position in various student organizations. Each of these organizations solicits membership from newly admitted students at the Club Fair, which takes place during the first week of classes.References [ edit ] External links [ edit ]