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Schulich School of Business

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  • QS Global RankQS Global Rankings
    Position in the QS World University Rankings: Global MBA Rankings 2019
    #76
  • GMATRange of average GMAT scores across all MBA programs at the institution
    550-650 - Low
    651-700 - Medium
    701-800 - High
    Medium
  • DemographyAge range of students across all MBA programs at the institution.
    28-37 Yrs.
  • ScholarshipIndication as to whether the institution provides scholarships for MBA programs.
    Yes

Overview

Located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, one of the most multicultural cities in the world and the business hub of Canada is the Schulich School of Business

Developer of innovative programs for future business leaders 

A leader in graduate management education, Schulich offers a variety of postgraduate degree programs that highlights its commitment to developing innovative programs for future business leaders, as well as its commitment to sustainable business practices and triple bottom line thinking. 

With a distinguished reputation for finance and marketing, Schulich School of Business offers a very flexible program which provides students with the option to pursue up to two areas of specialization (of 18 available). 

In addition, international students who study in Canada may also be eligible for up to three years of a Post-Graduation Work Permit to launch their career in Canada.

Dedicated to student career development 

Schulich School of Business is committed to training the world’s next generation of business leaders. Therefore, the Schulich Career Development Centre (CDC) offers a wealth of innovative programs and resources to help students launch their ideal career path and facilitate future employment opportunities. 

The school’s winning formula for career success results in consistently high employment rates among top recruiting organizations. The Career Development Centre offers career resources, networking opportunities, career coaching, access to job boards, and additional supports to students.

What’s more, is that Schulich has 30,000 alumni working around the world in 90 countries, with over 90 Alumni Chapters operating in more than 60 countries.

Scholarships and special funding 

If you’re interested in studying at the Schulich School of Business, there are a variety of merit-based scholarships up to the value of $85,000 CAD for its MBA programs. Scholarships are awarded based on an assessment of GMAT/GRE scores, GPA and leadership experiences. 

International students will be automatically evaluated for scholarships upon acceptance into the program. 

Want to get in touch with  Schulich School of Business? Connect with them by filling this form.


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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is the most important component of the application process?
There is no particular weighting assigned to any of the components in the application. As such, a holistic approach is taken during the review process. The components of the application that are assessed include your transcript, GMAT score, essays, and recommendations. The admissions team looks for strengths in the overall profile.
2. Is it better to do a MBA or a specialized Master’s?
The choice of degree is dependent upon each individual. The MBA is a two-year program that provides a broad overview of all areas in business. It is designed for those who are looking to gain general management skills with the option to specialize in a variety of sectors or functional areas. The specialized one-year Master’s programs is slightly more technical and ideal for individuals committed to working within a specific industry or function. The specialized degrees position students for professional entry level roles.
3. What is the benefit of submitting an application for the early deadline?
Submitting your application for the early deadline means you will receive an earlier decision. This will give you a greater amount of time to plan for arrangements (accommodations, financing, etc.) required for your Master’s. The early deadline also ensures that you will be considered for the scholarships and bursaries Schulich offers.
4. Do you have to have prior work experience or a business background?
The MBA and International MBA require a minimum of two years of post-graduate work experience prior to the start of the program. While it may be helpful, the one-year Master’s programs do not require applicants to have any prior work experience. Students can start in these programs immediately after completing their undergraduate degrees. An undergraduate degree in business is not required for admissions consideration. A number of our successful candidates come from non-business backgrounds. However it should be noted that those interested in the Master of Finance or the Master of Science in Business Analytics, should have strong quantitative backgrounds. Please review the program web pages for additional details.
5. Am I able to speak to someone about my application?
Absolutely! We recognize that the application process can be challenging and highly encourage applicants to connect with a member of our admissions team. We offer personal pre-admissions appointments where applicants receive one-on-one counseling and guidance throughout the admissions process. Please reach out to us at admissions@schulich.yorku.ca

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