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York University’s Schulich School of Business

Contact our general manager with any questions. Profile updated: December 18, 2018.

Contact Information

Location:
4700 Keele Street,
Toronto, Canada ON M3J 1P3
Admissions Office:
416-736-5060

Annual Tuition: $85,500 CAD

International: 53%

Average Age: 28

Female: 42%

Male: 58%

Annual Tuition Non-Resident: $106,200 CAD

Median GMAT: 660

GMAT Range (mid-80%): 550-780

Application Deadlines: Winter Intake, for January start: Round 1 - August 7th, Round 2 - September 5th, Round 3 - October 1st (last chance for international), Round 4 - November 15th (domestic only). Fall Intake, for September start: Round 1 - November 30th, Round 2 - February 1st, Round 3 - March 15th (last chance for international), Round 4 - April 30th (domestic only).

Options define the Schulich MBA experience. Students can switch between the part-time and full-time programs and customize their experience with 18 areas of specialization, three campuses (two in Toronto and one in India), and multiple start dates and scheduling. This flexibility allows students to complete their MBA in either 16 or 20 months. Students with a business background may also qualify for the eight-month Accelerated MBA track.

For MBA candidates with a global bent, Schulich offers a 20-month International MBA where students master a second language and specialize in a global trading region. IMBA students also complete an internationally focused work term and consulting project.

Underlying all of the programs is an emphasis on managerial effectiveness. The teaching format varies as the organization, pedagogy, and style of classes is determined by the most effective way to learn the course material. Instructors make use of case studies, in-class presentations, role-playing exercises, and visiting speakers and business leaders.

Students are encouraged to select electives that best suit their backgrounds and careers interests. Students may elect to cluster their electives around one or two areas of specialization to build functional or industry-specific expertise.