Schulich School of Business MBA Program Analysis

Schulich School of Business offers an MBA program. The program provides a competitive edge to students. The highlights of the Schulich School of Business MBA program are-

  • World-Class Ranking
  • Customizable Curriculum
  • Impressive Career Outcomes
  • Real-world Experiential Learning
  • Experienced Faculty

The Curriculum of the Program

The curriculum of the Schulich School of Business MBA program consists of core modules and electives. The core modules are Financial Accounting for Managers, Management Accounting, The Economic Environment for Business, Managerial Finance, Skills for Leadership, Marketing Management, Managing for Value Creation, Informations Systems, Quantitative Methods, Operations Management, Organizational Behavior, Strategy Field Study Formation, Strategic Field Study and Strategic Management. 

Specializations- The specializations offered by The Schulich School of Business MBA program are Accounting, Arts, Media & Entertainment Management, Sustainability, Business Consulting, Digital Transformation, Entrepreneurial Studies, Finance, Financial Services, Financial Risk Management, Global Metals, and Minerals Management, Global Retail Management, Health Industry Management, Leading, Equity, Diversity & Inclusivity, Marketing, Operations Management & Informations Systems, Organizational Studies, Real Estate & Infrastructure, and Strategic Management. 

Faculty Members

The faculty members are-

  • Ashwin Joshi- Associate Professor of Marketing and Program Director
  • Dirk Matten- Professor of Sustainability
  • Markus Giesler- Professor of Marketing
  • Ajay K. Sirsi- Associate Professor of Marketing
  • Alan C Middleton- Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Marketing
  • Preet S Aulakh- Professor of Strategy and International Business
  • Ellen R Auster- Professor of Strategic Management and Executive Director
  • Russell W Belk- Professor of Marketing
  • Chris Bell- Professor of Marketing
  • Atipol Bhanich Supapol- Associate Professor
  • Wade D Cook- University Professor
  • Yuval Deutsch- Professor of Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management
  • Moshe Farjoun- Professor of Strategic Management
  • Brenda Gainer- Associate Professor of Marketing
  • Ingo Gainer- Associate Professor of Marketing
  • Geoffrey M Kistruck- Professor 

Application Requirements

The application requirements for the Schulich Business School MBA program are-

  • A Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized university with an overall score of B+
  • Two years of work experience
  • GMAT/GRE scores
  • Essays( 2 written, 1 timed written, and 2 video essays)
  • Current Resume
  • Two References
  • A score of 100 in TOEFL or a band of seven in IELTS
  • Application Fee

Application Deadlines

The Schulich MBA has two intakes. The first intake for the MBA program is in September and the second intake is in January. The September intake has four rounds of the deadline. The first deadline is in October, The second deadline is in February, the third deadline is in March and the last deadline is in June.

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The January intake has four rounds of a deadline. The first deadline is in June, the second deadline is in July, the third deadline is in September and the last deadline is in October.

 Cost of Program and Financial Aid

The cost of the Schulich School of Business MBA program for domestic students is $ 72,500 and for international students is $112,250. 

Additional Expenses

The expenses are-

  • Stationery Material- $750
  • Rent- $5000
  • Food- $1500
  • Personal Expenses- $1000
  • Health Insurance- $ 252

Financial Aid

The scholarship options are-

  • Robert Krembil Scholarship of Merit
  • The Goldberg Leadership of Excellence
  • Robert Krembil Scholarship of Merit
  • Seymour Schulich MBA Entrance Scholarship
  • Tanna H Schulich MBA Entrance Scholarship
  • Edward Sunshine Scholarship
  • The Gary Whitelaw Strength in Diversity Award
  • Heather L Main Scholarship( Women in Capital Markets)
  • Scotiabank Scholarship in International Business

Loan Programs

The loan programs are-

  • Student Line-of-Credit Program
  • Ontario Student Assistance Program and Out of Province Government Loans
  • Lifelong Learning Plan
  • Prodigy Finance
  • MPOWER Financing

Career Outcomes

88/ of the students were hired within three months of graduation. The average salary base ( includes base salary and other guaranteed compensation)was $ 94,200. 170 companies participated in the hiring process. Amazon, CIBC, Deloitte, TID, and P&G are leading companies.

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