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Schulich School of Business

Region: America

Country: Canada

City: Toronto

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Schulich School of Business

The Schulich School of Business is located in Toronto, Canada’s largest city and main economic and cultural hub – a city consistently ranked as one of the 20 best cities in the world. Schulich is part of York University, one of Canada’s largest, most diverse universities. Long known as a welcoming city for immigrants, over 100,000 move to Toronto every single year, many of whom come to study at one of the city’s world-class learning institutions. 

Schulich’s MBA program is ranked #1 in Canada by The Economist, Forbes and CNN Expansion. It is also ranked in the Top 25 in the World by QS MBA for careers in Finance, Marketing and Operations Management. The School also has strategic and academic partnerships with a number of the world’s leading business schools in North America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America. The School’s global credentials are strengthened through its partnerships with 80+ partner schools around the world and an alumni network of over 33,000 people. 

At Schulich you can customize your MBA to meet your career goals. The Schulich MBA can be studied full-time or part-time, with students able to switch between the two during the course. If you qualify for advanced standing, you can complete an Accelerated MBA in as little as eight months. Schulich also offers 17 MBA specializations, allowing MBA candidates to explore the career options that interest them the most.

The Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA is ranked #1 in Canada by the Financial Times and The Economist.  It is carried out in conjunction with Kellogg School of Management, one of the top-ranked Executive MBA programs in the world. An 18-month program with classes every third weekend, the structure minimizes time away from work, meaning students can gain a globally recognized EMBA with minimal disruption to their career.

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What is Harvard Business School's class profile?

938 MBA Class of 2021 Enrollment
43% Women
37% International (from 69 countries)
27% U.S. Ethnic Minorities
127 Domestic Universities and 155 International Universities
4.7 Averages Years Work Experience
3.70 Average GPA

How big is Harvard Business School's alumni network?

86,000 alumni worldwide

What is the HBS Case Method?

Pioneered by HBS faculty and one of the highlights of the HBS experience, the case method presents big challenges confronting organizations – including the constraints and incomplete information found in all real world situations –and places you in the role of decision maker. No simple solutions exist – yet through the process of exchanging diverse perspectives, countering and defending ideas, and building on each other’s thoughts, you become adept at analyzing issues, exercising judgment, and making difficult decisions. We believe the case method is the best way to prepare students for the challenges of leadership.

How diverse is Harvard's student body?

A truly diverse student body — in background, nationality, interests and ambitions — is the foundation of the HBS experience. Indeed, these differences are critical to the HBS learning model, which thrives on the many perspectives and life experiences our students bring to their classes from all over the world. From academic assignments to casual conversations, the unique qualities of individual lives enrich the education of the entire community.

How does HBS help students meet the cost of the MBA?

50% of students receive need-based financial aid. Business school is an important investment in who you are, and who you will become. HBS proudly shares in that investment by offering a variety of need-based financial assistance programs throughout your MBA experience. $84k is the average need-based scholarship awarded to students over two years.

How important is entrepreneurship at HBS?

HBS is a robust ecosystem for entrepreneurs. Learn more: hbs.edu

What does HBS offer students in terms of career services?

HBS Career and Professional Development offers personalized career resources that help you make an impact. HBS has 600+ recruiting partners and holds 150 programs for first-year students. 95% of students receive offers for full time employment within three months of graduation.

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55% of Schulich’s student body and 65% of its faculty is international.

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The Schulich MBA is highly flexible and allows students to study part-time or full-time, daytime or evenings, and at either one of the school’s Toronto campuses.

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Canada’s Post-Graduation Work Permit allows international students to launch their careers in the country after graduating.

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89% of Schulich MBA students are hired within three months of graduating.

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The school awards a range of scholarships to students to help fund their MBA.