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2019 – 2020 Programs

SCHULICH MBA | SCHULICH IMBA | SCHULICH MBA IN INDIA

Schulich School of Business

MBA/IMBA


Accelerate your career with an innovative MBA program designed to prepare you to succeed in today’s complex business environment.

WHAT’S INSIDE

4 MBA

11 IMBA

16 MBA in India

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

INTERNATIONAL MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IN INDIA

Align your MBA with your personal and career objectives. Schulich offers multiple entry points, 18 specializations and the option to switch between full- and part-time study.

Prepare to lead in global organizations with the Schulich IMBA. Immerse yourself internationally by living, working and studying abroad as you hone your proficiency in an additional language.

Benefit from a dual economy MBA. Complete your first year of study in Hyderabad, India and your second year in Toronto, Canada. Strengthen networks and career opportunities in two dynamic markets.

EXPLORE JOINT DEGREE PROGRAMS: MBA/JD: Distinguish yourself with degrees from the Schulich School of Business and Osgoode Hall Law School. MBA/MA/MFA: Earn a combined MBA/MFA degree or MBA/MA degree in programs such as Theatre, Film, Art History, Cinema and Media Studies.

2 Curriculum at a Glance 22 Schulich Faculty 26 Student Life 27 The Rob and Cheryl McEwen Graduate Study & Research Building 28 International Opportunities 30 Career Development 32 Schulich Global Alumni Network 33 Notable Schulich Alumni 34 The Toronto Advantage 35 Feel at Home in Canada 36 Admission Requirements 38 Financial Aid 39 Tuition Fees & Cost of Living

On the cover: Isabella Figueiredo (MBA ’18), Pathways Operations Manager, Amazon


MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN

Prepare to Lead

Today’s global business landscape is hyper-competitive, turbulent and complex. Managing effectively requires a global mindset and multi-stakeholder thinking that tackles the social, economic and environmental challenges facing business today. It also requires the ability to explore a problem from multiple perspectives, to reframe it, and push through to actionable solutions. A Schulich MBA prepares you to take a leadership role in navigating this new business paradigm – one that our School illustrated in the groundbreaking book Re-Imagining Capitalism published in collaboration with McKinsey & Company. Acquire valuable experience working with real-world clients as you develop strategic recommendations. Gain hands-on learning at one of the cutting-edge labs and research hubs at our new Rob and Cheryl McEwen Graduate Study & Research Building. Prepare to lead in a constantly transforming world of business with a Schulich MBA.

Dezsö J. Horváth, PhD, CM Dean & Tanna H. Schulich Chair in Strategic Management Schulich School of Business

Canada’s Top-Ranked Business School Global Reach. Innovative Programs. Diverse Perspectives. Schulich MBA: #1 IN CANADA ( Forbes, CNN Expansión, Corporate Knights, América Economía) #3 IN THE WORLD (Corporate Knights) Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA: #1 IN CANADA (Financial Times, The Economist, QS TopMBA) #6 IN THE WORLD (QS TopMBA) #8 IN THE WORLD (The Economist)

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Curriculum at a Glance The Building Blocks of Your Schulich MBA

Schulich’s innovative MBA programs are designed to support your personal interests and priorities as you chart your unique pathway to success. Whichever MBA program you choose, you will benefit from three core elements:

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Building a Solid Foundation

FIRST YEAR CURRICULUM

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Acquiring Real World Experience

THE STRATEGY FIELD STUDY

Hone your problem-solving skills

Connect and integrate

as you develop your ability to analyze complex environments and think critically.

Expand your awareness

all you’ve learned as you strategically analyze an organization over an 8-month period, with a team of students from diverse backgrounds.

of the triple bottom line and diverse perspectives with foundational courses in leadership and value creation.

Make actionable strategic recommendations

Gain an understanding of all functional areas of business, including organizational behaviour, finance, accounting, and marketing from a managerial perspective.

to senior management on the direction their business should take.

“ Most Schulich students will agree that the Strategy Field Study (601) is by far the most challenging and rewarding aspect of their entire MBA experience. The 601 truly brought together everything we learned in the program up to that point and pushed each and every member of our team.” BORIS FUCIC (MBA ’15), Director, Serenity Labs Inc.

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FUNCTIONAL

Differentiating, Exploring & Sharpening

OPPORTUNITIES TO CUSTOMIZE

Deepen your functional expertise and acquire a comprehensive understanding of the industry in which you want to work.

Benefit from international mobility by adding an optional global exchange experience, study tour or internship to your degree. See pages 28-29 for details.

Tailor your MBA with a choice of 18 specializations and five Graduate Diplomas during the second half of your program. Specialize in your choice of functional or cross-functional areas.

• Accounting • Finance (CFA program partner) • Financial Engineering (concurrent MBA diploma only) • Financial Risk Management • International Business • Marketing • Operations Management & Information Systems • Organization Studies • Strategic Management CROSS-FUNCTIONAL

• Arts, Media & Entertainment Management* • Business Consulting • Business & Sustainability* • Entrepreneurial Studies • Financial Services • Global Mining Management • Global Retail Management • Health Industry Management* • Real Estate & Infrastructure • Social Sector Management* *Graduate diploma available

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MBA “Schulich’s MBA and its health industry management specialization helped me integrate best practices and emerging technologies to better serve the industry.” BELLA YORO (MBA ’18) Senior Consultant, Life Science & Health Care, Deloitte

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The Schulich MBA The MBA of Choice

With multiple entry points and the ability to switch between full- or part-time study, the Schulich MBA fits your personal priorities and dynamic lifestyle. FLEXIBLE STUDY Pursue your MBA full-time or part-time at our Keele Street campus located at York University, or pursue the first half of your MBA part-time at the Miles S. Nadal Management Centre, our downtown satellite campus in the heart of Toronto’s bustling financial district. You can take classes during the daytime, evenings or on weekends, depending on your schedule. Schulich’s flexible structure enables you to select the best term to schedule a break if you wish to pursue an optional internship. You may also switch seamlessly between full-time and part-time study throughout your MBA.

THE ACCELERATED MBA AND ADVANCED STANDING We understand the value of your previous degree. Each applicant is reviewed to determine eligibility for advanced standing, allowing you to avoid repeating specific first year functional core courses and potentially shorten the length of the program. Students with a business degree from a recognized university can complete their MBA in as little as eight months of full-time study through our accelerated option.

FULL-TIME

START DATES

September, January

COMPLETION

8 – 24 months* PART-TIME

JOINT DEGREE OPTIONS

MBA/JD 4 YEARS, FULL-TIME

START DATES

Earn two highly sought-after degrees in four years of full-time study. Prepare for the demands of a career in business or law, or a variety of fields where these disciplines intersect. Admission into both the Schulich School of Business and Osgoode Hall Law School is required. schulich.yorku.ca/programs/mba-jd

September, January

MBA/MFA or MBA/MA

16 – 40 months

3 YEARS, FULL-TIME

Join one of the most established and respected programs of its kind in Canada by combining your Master of Business Administration with either a Master of Fine Arts or Master of Arts degree. This three-year, full-time, multidisciplinary program is designed for people who have a passion for the arts and cultural sectors and provides a unique opportunity to complement programs such as Visual Arts, Theatre, Cinema and Media Studies with a graduate business education. Admission into both the Schulich School of Business and the Faculty of Graduate Studies at York University is required. schulich.yorku.ca/programs/mba-mfa-ma

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COMPLETION

* The full-time program is typically completed in 20 months, which includes a flexible break term that you can schedule to meet your program and professional goals. Students can also opt to complete the program in 16 months (full-time) should they choose not to schedule a break.


“ I specifically chose Schulich because of its status as the top-ranked graduate business program in Canada. For me, the MBA was a door opener.” JP DEL CARMEN (MBA ’16) Brand Manager, General Mills

View JP’s story: schulich.yorku.ca/JPs-story

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THE SCHULICH MBA

Typical MBA Program Course Structure* Begin Your Journey

The flexibility of the Schulich MBA enables our students to pursue the program on their terms and to chart a course that aligns with their career goals. Graduates of the Schulich MBA program are entrepreneurs, leaders in financial services, consulting and consumer packaged goods, and agents of change in the social and health sectors. In addition to the MBA’s academic curriculum, students benefit from a rich co-curricular experience. Career development activities, exciting international opportunities and involvement in Schulich’s thriving, close-knit student community are some of the defining features of the Schulich MBA program.

* Flexible study options available: Part-time students typically complete the MBA in 10 terms or as little as four terms with accelerated status. Students may switch between full-time and part-time status throughout the MBA and choose to complete the MBA with or without a break. International students are advised to review immigration regulations prior to selecting the part-time study option.

MBA YEAR 1 ORIENTATION

Welcome to Your MBA

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COURSE WORK

Building a Solid Foundation

Term 1: • Skills for Leadership • Financial Accounting • Information Systems • Quantitative Methods • Organizational Behaviour • The Economic Environment of Business

Term 2: • Managing for Value Creation • Management Accounting • Marketing Management • Managerial Finance • Operations Management • Elective

Break Term** • Opportunity for optional internship or continued study

** Reflects typical MBA program structure as shown. Students may schedule a break term any time between Term 1 and Term 4.

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PROFESSOR ASHWIN JOSHI BAS Hons (Trent); PhD (Queen’s)

Director, MBA Program Associate Professor of Marketing Academic Co-Director, MBA in India Program Teaches: • Consumer Behaviour • Marketing Management “One of the best features of the Schulich MBA program is its responsiveness to feedback. As a student, I felt the need for more resources in the areas of analytical and presentation skills. I was able to work with Professor Joshi to develop a course that focuses on the development of these skills. I am delighted to learn that today there are multiple sections of this course that are offered in the program.” TRISTAN CAMMAERT (MBA ’03)

MBA YEAR 2

ACCELERATED MBA START: Qualified students with a business degree from a recognized university can complete the program in just eight months.

Acquiring Real World Experience

• Over an 8-month period, work with a student team to strategically analyze and develop recommendations for an organization. Course Work: • Strategic Management

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OPPORTUNITIES TO CUSTOMIZE

Differentiating, Exploring & Sharpening

Specialize in up to two areas with your choice of 8 elective courses. Internationalize your degree with an optional exchange experience, international work term or study tour.

GRADUATION

2

STRATEGY FIELD STUDY

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IMBA “ The IMBA delivers global exposure through a richly diverse cohort, language support, and a curriculum that is both experiential and international. At its core, the program equips students to successfully manage cross-cultural teams and to thrive globally.” KIKELOYE OYERINDE (IMBA Candidate ’20) President, Graduate Business Council Associate Intern, Institutional Sales, Cidel Asset Management

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The Schulich IMBA Launch Your Global Career

The IMBA program offers you a number of unique opportunities to sharpen your skills and enhance your marketability on an international stage. INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT

GLOBAL DEPTH

FULL-TIME*

Language Development The Schulich IMBA supports your continued development of an additional language. Graduate with a professional working proficiency in at least two languages, including English, French, German, Spanish, Mandarin, and Japanese.

Global Courses The IMBA’s international business core courses are designed to help you develop a global mindset. Learn about international business negotiations and stakeholder analysis, and apply the theories and models you learn in class in a global business context.

START DATE

Professional Development Learn how to stand out in today’s competitive marketplace. Enjoy exclusive access to a professional development course designed to help you secure an International Work Term and full-time employment upon graduation. Explore topics such as personal branding, resume development, interviewing, and networking.

Integrated Curriculum Integrate your knowledge the way managers do. Benefit from first year classes that bring together student learning from all the functional management areas. In your second year, explore your choice of Schulich’s 18 MBA specializations, either full- or part-time.

Beyond the Classroom Benefit from being part of a small cohort that remains together for the entire first year. Forge lifelong friendships and join a tight-knit global network of IMBA alumni working in over 80 countries.

International Work Term Broaden your career choices with the International Work Term, as you experience working in a region in which you have no prior work history in the last ten years. Enhance your additional language skills and gain invaluable international business insight as you learn to adapt to different cultures.

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COMPLETION

20 –28 months *Part-time study available in Year 2.

International Field Study Apply what you’ve learned by providing strategic consulting advice to a firm that is involved in international business.

PREVIOUS IMBA INTERNATIONAL WORK TERMS North America Accor Management Canada ACS Infrastructure Amazon Inc. Bank of China Canadian Automobile Association Club (CAA) Canada Post Corporation Capgemini Canada CIBC Cidel Decentral Deloitte Canada Fertoz Ltd. Hyundai Auto Canada Kellogg Canada Inc.

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KPMG LLP Kuehne + Nagel Ltd. Labatt Breweries Manulife Financial McCain Foods Ministry of International Trade Nissan Canada Inc. P&G Canada Roots Canada Royal Bank of Canada Scotiabank TD TELUS Communications Unilever UPS Canada UraniumOne

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South America

Europe

Asia Pacific

Argentine Mining Association Goldcorp Inc. Grupo Modelo, S.A.B. DE C.V. / AB INBEV IMS Health Mackenzie Financial Corporation Pacific Rubiales Scotiabank Chile Selina (Panama) The Canadian Embassy in Argentina Timmins Gold Corp. Trade Chile

Accenture AON Risk Consultants BMW Group Canadian Embassy in Spain Deloitte Audit Dole Packaged Foods Federation Internationale de l’Automobile Fiat Chrysler Automobiles UK Savoy Hotel, Fairmont Properties Sustainalytics Teledyne DALSA United Nations

Bosch (China) Investment Celestica China Merchants Bank Deloitte China Ermenegildo Zegna Four Seasons Hotel, Cairo Genesis Capital Investment (HK) Leadership Institute Singapore Manulife (International) Schulze Global Investment Silicon Paradise Asset Management Group Standard Chartered Bank


“The work term component and international focus of the Schulich IMBA provided the relevant experience I needed to successfully transition to the mining industry.” ALEXANDER DAVID PASCUAL (IMBA ’17) Manager, Financial Planning and Analysis McEwen Mining Inc.

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THE SCHULICH IMBA

Typical IMBA Program Course Structure* Begin Your Journey

The International MBA provides a myriad of pathways for global careers. The program prepares graduates to work effectively in organizations with an international footprint and in a culturally diverse workforce. The IMBA curriculum is designed around two interrelated themes: functional business management and the professional development skills needed to succeed. Explore these in the integrative first-year curriculum alongside Business Communication and Culture courses to strengthen second language proficiency. Apply your learning within the context of an organization during the International Work Term. In Year 2, strengthen your functional or industry expertise by pursuing specializations alongside students in the MBA program.

* Fall entry, full-time study in Year 1; full- or part-time study in Year 2.

IMBA YEAR 1 ORIENTATION

Welcome to Your IMBA

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COURSE WORK

Building a Solid Foundation

Term 1: Term 1 & 2: • Contemporary Challenges • Professional & Strategic Thinking Development for • Managerial Decisions Analysis International Managers • Financial Accounting for • Integrative Management International Managers Experiences • Introduction to Managerial • Business Communication Finance for International and Culture Managers • Managing People & Teams in a Global Context • Global Management Accounting • Regional Analysis

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Term 2: • Leadership Skills in a Global World • The Economic Environment of International Business • Marketing Management in a Global Context • Strategy for the Global Organization • Design, Control & Improvement of Processes

International Work Term: • Complete a minimum of 12 weeks working in a new region


PROFESSOR ALEXANDRA CAMPBELL BA Hons (York); MBA & PhD (Toronto)

Director, IMBA Program Associate Professor of Marketing Teaches: • Relationship Marketing • Marketing Management • International Marketing • Direct and Database Marketing • Export Marketing • Leadership Skills for Management • Strategic Marketing “During my time at Schulich, I always felt that Professor Campbell had my best personal, academic and professional interests at heart, took the time to listen to my concerns and worked with me to find solutions.” SOPHIE BERTRAND (IMBA ’16)

IMBA YEAR 2 PART-TIME STUDY IS OPTIONAL IN TERMS 4 & 5 (YEAR 2) OF THE IMBA PROGRAM

Acquiring Real World Experience

• Over an 8-month period, work with a student team to develop strategic recommendations for an international organization.

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OPPORTUNITIES TO CUSTOMIZE

Differentiating, Exploring & Sharpening

Specialize in up to two areas with your choice of 8 elective courses. Further internationalize your degree with an optional exchange semester or study tour.

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GRADUATION

2

INTERNATIONAL STRATEGY FIELD STUDY

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MBA IN INDIA “ The MBA in India has strengthened my business acumen, giving me confidence to transition into highly strategic roles in a new market. I have developed a valuable skill set that I employ regularly in my career, and that will position me to grow as a professional and as a leader.” GAUTAM SINHA (MBA in India ’19) Manager, Procurement Strategy Rogers Communications

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The Schulich MBA in India Absorb the Best of Both Worlds

Pursue the first half of your MBA at our Hyderabad campus in India and the second half in Toronto. BENEFIT FROM OUR DUAL ECONOMY MBA With a small, tightly knit cohort and classes taught by Schulich’s award-winning faculty, you’ll enjoy all the benefits of the Toronto MBA, while gaining key insights into the Indian market. Exposure to corporate India comes in many forms, including high-profile guest speakers at the Hyderabad campus. Past speakers have included: Vinita Bali, Former Managing Director, Britannia Industries; Bhaskar Pramanik, Former Chairman, Microsoft India; Narayan Ramanchandran, Former Country Head, Morgan Stanley India; and Charu Sharma, Sports Commentator. ENJOY FLEXIBILITY AND FINANCIAL SUPPORT The full-time program is typically completed in 20 months, which includes a flexible break term that you can schedule after Year 1 to meet your academic and professional goals. You may also opt to complete the program in 16 months should you choose not to schedule a break.

PREPARE TO SUCCEED IN THE CANADIAN BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT You may also choose to complete the concurrent Graduate Diploma in Culture, Communication & Leadership in Canadian Business (CCLCB) during your MBA. The CCLCB will grow your understanding of Canadian workplace culture and business practices, allowing you to confidently interact with hiring organizations upon graduation. Benefit from a two-term professional development course and elective classes designed to expand your communication, negotiation and presentation skills. You’ll apply what you’ve learned in a 12-week work placement at a Canadian organization.

Students in the Schulich MBA in India program enjoy $10,000 in entrance funding, as well as the lower cost of living in Hyderabad for the first year of the program.

FULL-TIME ONLY

START DATE

September

COMPLETION

16–20 months ADVISORY BOARD Mr. G.M. Rao (Council Chair) Group Chairman, GMR Group Ms. Vinita Bali Strategy Advisor & Independent Director, Britannia Industries Mr. O.P. Bhatt Independent Director, Tata Steel Limited Mr. Debu Bhattacharya Managing Director, Hindalco Industries Mr. Gunit Chadha Chairman, Everstone Capital Mr. Nadir B. Godrej Managing Director, Godrej Industries Ltd. Mr. Uday Kotak Executive Vice-Chairman & Managing Director, Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. Mr. R.K. Krishna Kumar Trustee, Tata Trusts Mr. Nasser Munjee Chairman, DCB Bank Mr. Nadir Patel High Commissioner, High Commission of Canada Mr. Bhaskar Pramanik Former Chairman, Microsoft Corporation (India) Pvt. Ltd. Dr. V. Raghunathan CEO, GMR Varalakshmi Foundation Dr. Preetha Reddy Executive Vice-Chairman & Executive Director, Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Limited

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Mr. Ratan N. Tata Chairman (Emeritus), Tata Sons Limited Mr. Bahram Vakil Founding Partner, AZB & Partners


“ I was looking for a business program that could bring home an international standard of learning, without compromising on the experience to interact with peers and teachers across the globe. Schulich was undoubtedly the perfect match.” SHILPA KESWANI LAKHANI (MBA ’12) Manager, Content Partnerships YouTube Google

View Shilpa’s story: schulich.yorku.ca/shilpas-story

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THE SCHULICH MBA IN INDIA

Typical MBA in India Program Course Structure* Begin Your Journey

Students in the Schulich MBA in India program benefit from the connections they forge in India and Canada. Graduates have gone on to pursue dynamic roles in both countries in areas such as financial services, marketing, supply chain management and consulting. The Schulich MBA in India program features the same curriculum as the MBA in Toronto with the added benefit of a tightly knit small cohort of students, access to corporate India, and a professional development course that runs for the duration of the first year of study. Learn more about the student experience in Hyderabad through the student blog at: mbaindia.schulich.yorku.ca/blog.

* Fall entry, full-time study, 20-month MBA program. Students may elect to study through the Summer, completing the program in 16 months.

MBA IN INDIA – YEAR 1 ORIENTATION

Welcome to Your MBA

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COURSE WORK

Building a Solid Foundation

CCLCB DIPLOMA

Term 1: • Skills for Leadership • Financial Accounting • Information Systems • Quantitative Methods • Organizational Behaviour • The Economic Environment of Business

Term 2: • Managing for Value Creation • Management Accounting • Marketing Management • Managerial Finance • Operations Management • Strategic Management

Term 1 & 2: • Professional Development in the Canadian Context

Term 3:** • Opportunity for optional internship or continued study

Term 3:*** • Work placement term in a Canadian organization

** Reflects typical MBA program structure as shown. Students may schedule a break term in Summer or Fall, or choose to complete the MBA without a break. *** Required work term can be placed in Summer or Fall, depending on how students choose to complete the program.

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PROFESSOR THEODORE PERIDIS BSc (Athens, Greece); MA (Kent, UK); MPhil & PhD (New York)

Academic Co-Director, MBA in India Program Director, Executive MBA in India Program Professor, Strategic Management/Policy Director, Global Leadership Program (GLP) Teaches: • Global Leadership Program • Managing for Value Creation • Mergers and Acquisitions “The GLP truly helped bring together everything that I ever learned during the MBA into one project. We drew on Professor Peridis’ wisdom and experience to help resolve conflicts in strategy alignment, big picture thinking, communication, and to bridge cultural gaps so we could work better as a team.” PRATAP MATHEWS (MBA ’16)

MBA IN TORONTO – YEAR 2

Acquiring Real World Experience

Term 4 & 5: • Over an 8-month period, work with a student team to strategically analyze and develop recommendations for an organization.

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OPPORTUNITIES TO CUSTOMIZE

Differentiating, Exploring & Sharpening

Term 4 & 5: • Specialize in up to two areas with your choice of 8 elective courses. • Further internationalize your degree with an optional exchange experience, international work term or study tour.

GRADUATION

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STRATEGY FIELD STUDY

Term 4 & 5: Take 3.00 credits from each of the following categories: • Communication • Leadership • North American Culture

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Schulich Faculty Ahead of the Curve

Enjoy a dynamic learning environment with over 100 elective courses to choose from. Work closely with Schulich faculty, who are both researchers and practitioners, as they bring theory and application into the classroom. INSTRUCTOR KLAUDIA WATTS

INSTRUCTOR TOM MEDCOF

BBA & MBA (York)

BSc (Nankai, China); MBA & PhD (York)

Managing Director, Global Goals Training

Teaches: • Managing People and Teams in a Global Context • The Art and Science of Leadership • Organizational Behaviour

Instructor, Business & Sustainability Teaches: • Business Strategies for Sustainability Winner, 2016 – 2017 Seymour Schulich Teaching Excellence Award “What differentiates Schulich students is the capacity for creativity, collaboration and passion for being responsible business leaders – qualities that are critical for those facing the challenges and disruptions of today’s business world.” KLAUDIA WATTS

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Finalist, 2018 – 2019 Seymour Schulich Teaching Excellence Award “Professor Medcof brought an energy to the classroom that invited students to open up and play with important leadership concepts in creative ways. His classes laid a foundation for learning what it means to be an inspiring, effective, and inclusive leader in international business.” TONIA DJOGOVIC (IMBA Candidate ’20)


PROFESSOR MOREN LÉVESQUE BSc & MSc (Laval); PhD (British Columbia)

Professor of Operations Management and Information Systems CPA Ontario Chair in International Entrepreneurship Co-Director, Entrepreneurial Studies specialization Teaches: • Entrepreneurship and Technology Ventures • Entrepreneurship and New Firm Creation • International Entrepreneurship “I see individual actions as a key to the success (or failure) of entrepreneurial activity. Thus, I view individuals’ decision-making as one of the most important aspects of developing an understanding of entrepreneurship.” PROFESSOR LÉVESQUE

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INSTRUCTOR GRAEME DEANS BSc (Queen’s); MBA (Dartmouth)

Partner at Ernst & Young LLP Instructor of Economics Teaches: • Mergers and Acquisitions • Integrated Management Experiences II Winner, 2018 – 2019 Seymour Schulich Teaching Excellence Award “Graeme Deans’ Mergers and Acquisitions course was a revelation! His technical expertise, coupled with extensive experience in the Industry created a fantastic learning opportunity. As an instructor, Graeme is very patient; his willingness to go out of his way to help his students makes him one of my favourite teachers at Schulich.” SHAUNAK PARKHI (MBA ’19)

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SCHULICH FACULTY

Schulich is committed to teaching and learning excellence with a focus on innovation, experiential learning and student success. Throughout the Schulich MBA program, students are consistently challenged and inspired by world-class faculty members.

PROFESSOR MARCIA ANNISETTE

INSTRUCTOR JOE MAPA

BSc Hons (West Indies); MSc (UMIST, UK);

BA, BEd, DHA & MBA (Toronto)

PhD (Manchester, UK); FCCA (UK); CPA, CGA

Director, Health Industry Management Program

Director, Master of Accounting Program

President & CEO of Sinai Health System

Associate Professor of Accounting

Adjunct Professor of Health Industry Management

Associate Dean, Students, Student Services and International Relations Teaches: • Financial Accounting Fundamentals “Professor Annisette is one of the greatest professors I have met at Schulich. Her continuous support and guidance through both the academic program and the transition to my career have provided me with an excellent grounding in business and accounting in the workplace.”

Teaches: • Strategic Management of Hospitals “Mr. Mapa’s course, teaching style, and wisdom changed the way I view the healthcare industry. He taught me to think bigger and prioritize what truly matters to the patient. The industry is rapidly evolving its focus towards value-based healthcare, and no better person could have prepared me for this transformation than Joe Mapa.” SNEHA MATHRANI (MBA ’16)

MICKY ZHANG (MAcc ’14)

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Student Life Make Life-Changing Connections

Build lasting memories as part of an engaged and diverse student community. Develop your strengths, skills and interests with a host of exciting co-curricular activities.

Participate in Case Competitions Strengthen your presentation skills and master the case method with opportunities to compete around the world in events such as the Hult Prize, Harvard Global Case Competition, MBA Games, and Canada’s Next Top Ad Executive.

Team Schulich wins first place at the HEC Corporate Responsibility Challenge.

Discover New Interests and Passions Choose from over 30 student-run clubs and organizations. From investment banking to sustainable enterprise to women in leadership, you’ll have the ability to pursue a broad spectrum of interests alongside your studies. Student entrepreneurs connect at Schulich Start-Up Night.

Enjoy New Social Activities Join a tightly knit group of students and connect through sports, pub nights and community engagement. Schulich brings you a world of opportunity to expand your interests with students from an array of different backgrounds and regions.

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Student volunteers from Schulich’s Graduate Ambassador Program celebrate the year.


Our Landmark Expansion The Rob and Cheryl McEwen Graduate Study & Research Building

Designed for Schulich graduate students, the McEwen building encourages interdisciplinary research in fields ranging from business ethics and big data, to real estate and infrastructure, and global enterprise. A NEW HOME FOR LEARNING AND INNOVATION

ALL ABOUT THE FUTURE

The new 67,000 square-foot Rob and Cheryl McEwen

Its unique technological and design features make the

Graduate Study & Research Building provides a variety of unique environments for learning, interaction, teamwork and innovation.

Rob and Cheryl McEwen Graduate Study & Research Building one of the most environmentally sustainable and socially responsible buildings in North America.

A HUB FOR COLLABORATION AND RESEARCH

Features include:

In addition to being an interdisciplinary space for Schulich’s newest academic programs and research facilities, the building is home to the Deloitte Cognitive Analytics & Visualization Lab, as well as Schulich’s

840 m2

27m

of planted green roof area

natural ventilation system driven by the glass solar chimney

Centres of Excellence, including the Centre of Excellence in Responsible Business, the Centre for Global Enterprise, and the Brookfield Centre in Real Estate and Infrastructure. A STUDENT-CENTRED SPACE

Energy use intensity

Students benefit from a variety of unique spaces to study, work and connect, including a graduate lounge, private group meeting rooms equipped with flat-screen monitors, research labs and a media production centre.

71.4% BELOW THE MODEL NATIONAL ENERGY CODE OF CANADA

7,500 m2 of new landscaped open area, including 3,800 m2 of planted green space

RAINWATER RECAPTURE SYSTEM for green roof irrigation

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International Opportunities Expand Your World

Internationalize your experience and explore all the world has to offer while earning degree credit toward your program of study.

Spend a Semester Abroad

Provide Strategic Advice

Immerse yourself in a different culture and business environment.

Work with a team to create an execution plan for a foreign company entering the North American market, through Schulich’s Global Leadership Program.

Complete a full-term exchange and earn academic credit as you live and learn in your host culture.

Participate in a Study Tour

Complete a Short Program

Earn degree credit as you travel to another part of the world with your professor and classmates to learn about the social, political and economic forces at play in the region.

Unable to spend a full term abroad? Enjoy the same benefits of exchange on a variety of short programs ranging from two weeks to two months.

MBA students participating in the 2019 Peru and Chile Study Tour.

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Alternately, advise a Canadian firm seeking entry into an international market through the International Market Expansion Program, with support from RBC.

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53 Partner Schools in 30 Countries Globalize Your Academic Experience

Complement your degree by studying at any of Schulich’s top global exchange partner schools. ARGENTINA • IAE Business School, Universidad Austral, Buenos Aires AUSTRALIA • Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM), University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney • Melbourne Business School, University of Melbourne, Melbourne AUSTRIA • Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien – Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU), Vienna BRAZIL • Fundação Getulio Vargas – Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo (FGV-EAESP), São Paulo CHILE • Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (PUC) – MBA UC Escuela de Administración, Santiago CHINA • Beihang University – School of Economics and Management (SEM), Beijing • CEIBS – China Europe International Business School, Shanghai

• CUHK Business School, Hong Kong • Fudan University – School of Management, Shanghai • HKUST Business School, Hong Kong • Peking University – Guanghua School of Management, Beijing DENMARK • Copenhagen Business School (CBS), Copenhagen FINLAND • Aalto University School of Business, Helsinki FRANCE • EMLYON Business School, Lyon • ESSEC Business School, Cergy-Pontoise • IAE Aix-Marseille Graduate School of Management, Aix-Marseille University, Puyricard GERMANY • University of Mannheim Business School, Mannheim • WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, Düsseldorf HUNGARY • CEU Business School, Central European University, Budapest

INDIA • Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIMA), Ahmedabad • Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (IIMB), Bangalore • Indian School of Business, Hyderabad • SP Jain Institute of Management & Research, Mumbai ISRAEL • Coller School of Management, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv ITALY • Bocconi Graduate School, Universitá Bocconi, Milan JAPAN • International University of Japan (IUJ) – Graduate School of International Management, Niigata • Keio Business School (KBS), Graduate School of Business Administration, Keio University, Tokyo MEXICO • EGADE Business School, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico City • Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM), Mexico City • IPADE Business School, Universidad Panamericana, Mexico City

NETHERLANDS • Rotterdam School of Management (RSM), Erasmus University, Rotterdam NORWAY • BI Norwegian Business School, Oslo PERU • ESAN Graduate School of Business, Universidad ESAN, Lima PHILIPPINES • Asian Institute of Management (AIM) – W.SyCip Graduate School of Business, Makati City SINGAPORE • Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore • NUS Business School, National University of Singapore, Singapore SOUTH AFRICA • Wits Business School, University of Witswatersrand, Johannesburg SOUTH KOREA • Korea University Business School (KUBS), Seoul • Yonsei University School of Business – Global MBA Program, Seoul SPAIN • ESADE Business School, Barcelona • IE Business School, Madrid

TAIWAN • National Chengchi University – College of Commerce (NCCU), Taipei • National Sun Yat-sen University (NSYSU), Kaohsiung City • National Taiwan University (NTU) – College of Management, Taipei THAILAND • SASIN Graduate Institute of Business Administration, Bangkok TURKEY • Koç University – Graduate School of Business, Istanbul UNITED KINGDOM • Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, Manchester • Imperial College Business School, London • University of Edinburgh Business School, Edinburgh • Warwick Business School (WBS), University of Warwick, Coventry USA • NYU Stern, New York VENEZUELA • IESA – Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Administración, Caracas

Judy Patla (MBA) on exchange in Barcelona, Spain.

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Career Development Shape Your Success

The Schulich Career Development Centre (CDC) offers a wealth of innovative programs and resources to help you accelerate your career and facilitate employment opportunities. Schulich’s CDC Advisors and Certified Career Coaches work closely to help you identify your strengths, determine career objectives and develop a tailored plan to achieve your career goals. Benefit from a variety of resources that have resulted in consistently high placement rates for graduating students.

Career Workshop Modules

Corporate Recruitment Events

Benefit from skill-enhancing workshops aimed at making you more marketable and career-ready. Resume and cover letter writing, managing your online presence, and mastering the interview are some examples of the workshops available to you.

Connect with companies such as EY, Deloitte, KPMG, Amazon, IBM, SAS, Scotiabank, Brookfield Asset Management, Loblaws, TD Canada Trust, and CIBC about career opportunities in their organizations.

Networking Mixers Engage with Schulich alumni and industry specialists at events such as the Asset Management Mixer, Day on Bay and Accounting Mixer. Enjoy breakfast networking events with leaders in Real Estate and Infrastructure, Health Industry Management, and Financial Services.

Just-in-Time Recruiting Access job and internship postings from companies around the globe.

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MBA Class of 2018 Graduate Employment at a Glance

EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY

GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT AT A GLANCE Financial Services (30%) Technology (16%) Retail (10%) Consulting (10%) Other / Law (6%) Consumer Packaged Goods (5%) Healthcare (5%) Manufacturing (5%) Real Estate /Other (5%) Energy/Oil & Gas (4%) Arts & Media / Non Profit (2%) Government (2%)

90% 93% $91,940

of students were hired within 3 months of graduation

of students participated in the survey

*

Average salary (includes base salary and other guaranteed compensation)

EMPLOYMENT BY FUNCTION

* For those who reported salary numbers.

Finance & Accounting (23%) Consulting (16%) Marketing /Sales (15%) Operations (14%) General Management (11%) Information Technology (11%) Other (8%) Human Resources (2%)

$11,950

**

Average signing bonus ** For those who reported signing bonus.

152 Number of companies that hired Schulich MBA / IMBA students

$48,000 – $210,000 Salary range

These results are for full-time graduate-level students only and do not include part-time MBAs, EMBA, other Master level programs and signing bonuses. Global Reach. Innovative Programs. Diverse Perspectives.

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Schulich Global Alumni Network Notable Alumni are Leading by Example

When you graduate from Schulich, you become part of one of the largest business alumni networks in Canada. Here’s a brief look at the scope of the Schulich alumni network and a sampling of those who are leading by example. Connect and benefit from access to the Schulich Global Alumni Network

UPON GRADUATION, JOIN A GLOBAL NETWORK OF OVER

31,000 90 active alumni in

countries

Enjoy exclusive access to Schulich’s Alumni Online Community, which includes

93 global alumni chapters in

62 countries

As a student, participate in the

SCHULICH ALUMNI MENTORSHIP PROGRAM or engage with alumni at events and conferences to gain key insights into the industries and careers that you’re passionate about.

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Take advantage of life-long professional development activities, career management resources, and alumni events.


Sasha Krstic (IMBA ’03) President, Mastercard Canada

Frank M. Vettese (BBA ’86, MBA ’91) Managing Partner & Chief Executive, Deloitte Member, Dean’s Advisory Council

Bharat Masrani (BBA ’78, MBA ’79, Hon LLD ’17) Group President & CEO, TD Bank Group Member, Dean’s Advisory Council

Jasper Cheung (MBA ’90) President, Amazon.com, Japan Member, International Advisory Council

Laura Michalchyshyn (MBA ’93) Producer/Owner, Hubbub Productions; Executive Producer, Sundance Productions Member, Arts, Media & Entertainment Advisory Board Photo: Francis Hills

Janice Fukakusa (MBA ’79, Hon LLD ’16) Corporate Director, Retired Chief Administrative Officer & Chief Financial Officer, Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) Member, Dean’s Advisory Council Global Reach. Innovative Programs. Diverse Perspectives.

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The Toronto Advantage Diversity. Community. Opportunity.

Study in one of the most diverse cities in the world and take advantage of all that Toronto has to offer.

Ranked as the

2nd BEST CITY IN NORTH AMERICA FOR QUALITY OF LIVING Mercer Quality of Living Report, 2019

3rd LARGEST

2nd LARGEST

Aggregate stock exchange in North America

Financial centre in North America

51 % OF TORONTO’S POPULATION WAS BORN OUTSIDE OF CANADA

Access the city’s vibrant downtown core in just

Ranks among the top ten most livable cities in the world

30 MINUTES BY SUBWAY

Economist Intelligence Unit, 2018

Ranked in the

TOP 5 cities in the world to do business

82 CAD $332 Source (unless specifically indicated): Toronto Global

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BILLION ECONOMY

Companies with over $1 billion in annual revenues

Over

180 LANGUAGES and major dialects spoken


Feel at Home in Canada Build a Life and a Career

Our campus is enriched by international students from over 44 different countries.

International Student Support

Plan Your Life, Post-Degree

Schulich provides in-house programs, services, and immigration support to help international students navigate the transition to Canada and plan for the future. Benefit from a pre-arrival webinar, buddy programs, English Language Peer Support, and New to Canada Orientation.

Come to Schulich for your MBA and have the option to launch an international career, or stay in Canada after completing your degree to build a life and career through favourable immigration pathways. Attend information sessions to learn more about relevant work permits and permanent residence options, or book individualized advising sessions with Schulich’s International Student Support Specialist.

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Admission Requirements What You Need to Apply

REQUIREMENTS

MBA / MBA IN INDIA

IMBA

MBA/JD

EDUCATION

3- or 4-year degree from recognized post-secondary institution

GPA

B

GMAT/ GRE

Acceptable score on all dimensions

WORK EXPERIENCE

B

• 2 years with a 4-year undergraduate degree

• 2 years with a 4-year undergraduate degree

• 3 years with a 3-year undergraduate degree

• 3 years with a 3-year undergraduate degree

A-

Preferred

MBA/MFA/MA

A 3- or 4-year Fine Arts degree from a recognized post-secondary institution

B+

Relevant work experience within the arts or cultural industries

PROOF OF STUDY COMPLETED IN ENGLISH:

2 years minimum (must be full-time study) at an accredited university in a country (or institution) where English is the official language of instruction

LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY*

* Applicants must produce proof of language proficiency in one of the three ways listed.

OTHER LANGUAGE TESTING

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IELTS (ACADEMIC TEST):

7.0 (minimum 6.5 on each dimension) TOEFL:

100 (minimum 23 on each dimension) Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI): Intermediate-High

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Pursuing a business degree is an important decision. At Schulich, we support you with an application experience that leaves you feeling informed and empowered.

REQUIREMENTS

MBA / MBA IN INDIA

IMBA

MBA/JD

ESSAYS

2 video, 2 written, 1 timed written

REFERENCE LETTERS

2 reference letters Admission into Osgoode Hall Law School required

OTHER

Admission into Faculty of Graduate Studies required

85th percentile on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT)

JANUARY 2020 ENTRY (Full-time and Part-time*) Round Round Round Round

1**: Jul. 5 2: Aug. 9 3: Sept. 20 4***: Nov. 15

SEPTEMBER 2020 ENTRY (Full-time and Part-time*) ADMISSIONS DEADLINES

MBA/MFA/MA

Round 1**: Nov. 29 Round 2: Jan. 31 Round 3: Mar. 12 Round 4***: Apr. 30

SEPTEMBER 2020 ENTRY (Full-time only)

SEPTEMBER 2020 ENTRY (Full-time only)

SEPTEMBER 2020 ENTRY (Full-time only)

Round Round Round Round

Round Round Round Round

Round Round Round Round

1*: Nov. 29 2: Jan. 31 3: Mar. 12 4**: Apr. 30

*International students and those interested in being considered for scholarship are encouraged to apply in Round 1. **Late applications are accepted pending space availability.

1*: Nov. 29 2: Jan. 31 3: Mar. 12 4**: Apr. 30

*2nd year entry candidates must apply to the joint program by the deadline provided by the school that they will be attending in their 2nd year. i.e. MBA 1 students must apply by deadlines provided by Osgoode Hall Law School; 1L students must apply by deadlines provided by Schulich. **Late applications are accepted pending space availability.

1*: Nov. 29 2: Jan. 31 3: Mar. 12 4**: Apr. 30

GRADUATE STUDIES DEADLINES** *International students and those interested in being considered for scholarship are encouraged to apply in Round 1. **Please refer to Graduate Studies at York (gradstudies.yorku.ca) for the exact deadline for the MA or MFA program that you are interested in.

*The part-time downtown cohort starts in September only. **International students and those interested in being considered for scholarships are encouraged to apply in Round 1. ***Late applications are accepted pending space availability.

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Financial Aid Invest in Your Future

We welcome the opportunity to discuss ways to finance your education and the return on investment our programs offer. Send us an email at: finaid@schulich.yorku.ca or visit: schulich.yorku.ca/financial-aid.

Over $4 Million in Scholarships, Awards, Bursaries and Funding for Student Experience Top awards: ROBERT KREMBIL SCHOLARSHIP OF MERIT 3 @ value of domestic tuition + $5,000

Schulich and the Forté Foundation Forté Foundation is a non-profit consortium of leading companies and top business schools working together to launch women into fulfilling, significant careers through access to business education, opportunities, and a community of successful women.

TANNA H. SCHULICH MBA ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP 5 @ $27,104

In partnership with the Forté Foundation, Schulich provides support to women applying for, and enrolling in their MBA through entrance awards, fellowships, professional development and networking events. Our goal is to create an environment that supports women and enables them to gain a competitive advantage in their careers.

Loans for International Students

Line of Credit for Domestic Students*

To learn more about funding opportunities for international students, please visit: schulich.yorku.ca/financial-aid/loans

Visit schulich.yorku.ca/financial-aid/loans for a list of partnered banks and preferred rates for domestic students in professional programs.

SEYMOUR SCHULICH MBA ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP 5 @ $27,104

Partnerships with: Up to $135,000 at Prime (visit the BMO Schulich campus branch for details)

Up to $115,000 at Prime

Up to $125,000 at Prime

Up to $125,000 at Prime

* Please contact the bank to get the maximum loan amount and to confirm the interest rate for your program of choice.

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Tuition Fees Figures are based on the currently approved fee framework. Fees listed below include tuition and essential supplementary fees. For details on student health plans and non-essential fees, visit the York Student Financial Services website: sfs.yorku.ca/fees. Fees are subject to change.

All fees are in Canadian dollars (CAD)

Full-time

MBA1

TUITION PER TERM (2019 – 2020)

MBA/JD2

DOMESTIC STUDENTS

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident

Visa/Study Permit

$ 17,912

$ 26,020

$ 7,204

International students must review immigration regulations before considering part-time study.

MBA /MFA2 MBA/MA2

Part-time

IMBA3 MBA in India

TUITION PER TERM 4 (2019 – 2020)

3

The completion time for the full-time MBA is four terms. The full-time Accelerated-MBA is completed in two terms. Students in our joint programs pay Schulich full-time tuition for three terms and all remaining tuition is subject to the fees of the partnering Faculty (Osgoode or the Faculty of Graduate Studies). Tuition fees for other faculties can be viewed at sfs.yorku.ca/fees. 3 Students must study full-time in Year 1. 4 The average completion time for the part-time MBA is 10 terms. The average completion time for the part-time Accelerated MBA is five terms. 1 2

Cost of Living LIVING EXPENSES IN TORONTO 1 (1 Term = 4 months)

LIVING EXPENSES IN INDIA1 (1 Term = 4 months) Books/Course Materials

$

$ 5,000

Rent (on campus)

$ 1,500

Food

$ 1,500

Food

$ 600

Personal Expenses

$ 1,000

Personal Expenses

$

Health Insurance: UHIP (international students only) 3 GSA 3

APPROXIMATE COST PER TERM

$ 2,850

$ 210 $ 160

APPROXIMATE COST PER TERM

$

Books /Course Materials

$

Rent (on campus) 2

750

250

500

8,620 4

Figures are approximations and intended only as a budget guide for students studying full-time. Costs are listed in Canadian dollars. Off-campus housing varies in price from $500 – $ 1,200 per month depending on the location and options. For on-campus accommodation visit yorku.ca/stuhouse. 3 Participation in the University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) is mandatory only for international students while in Toronto. The Graduate Student Association (GSA) plan is for dental and drug coverage (mandatory for all domestic and international full-time students unless student has alternative coverage). Coverage for spouse/family is available. Health/Drug/Dental plan rates are subject to change. 4 Subtract UHIP cost for domestic student total. 1 2

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Next Steps: Learn More About the Schulich Experience

CONNECT WITH US 1. Visit us online: schulich.yorku.ca 2. Join us for an on-campus event or online information session. Register at: schulich.yorku.ca/events 3. Meet one-on-one with our admissions team, in person, on the road or online to discuss your profile. Register at: schulich.yorku.ca/grad-inquiry

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Achievements speak louder than words. Schulich is ranked among the leading business schools in the world and #1 in Canada.* Schulich alumni excel across diverse industries and throughout the world, providing innovative solutions for the future of business.

* The Schulich MBA is ranked #1 in Canada by Forbes, CNN Expansión, Corporate Knights, and América Economía (ranking results as of July 2019). Global Reach. Innovative Programs. Diverse Perspectives.

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A Schulich MBA prepares students to excel within the new business paradigm. Our students graduate ready to lead and make an enduring mark wherever they go. schulich.yorku.ca

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