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Schulich School of Business


The Schulich School of Business is a business school in Torontomarker, Ontariomarker, Canadamarker operating under York Universitymarker. It offers undergraduate and graduate programmes in business administration, finance, public administration and international business as well as a number of PhD and executive programmes. Originally known as the Faculty of Administrative Studies, it was renamed in 1995 after Seymour Schulich, a major benefactor who has donated more than $20 million to the school..

History

Prior to 1996, the Schulich School of Business was known as the Faculty of Administrative Studies at York University.

Campuses

Seymour Schulich Building

The Seymour Schulich Building, opened in August 2003, is a $102-million state-of-the-art complex. The building was jointly designed by Siamak Hariri and Robbie/Young & Wright Architects Inc. and was awarded Governor General's Medal in Architecture in 2006. The Seymour Schulich Building and its Executive Learning Centre houses Peter F. Bronfman Business Library, Executive Dining Room, Robert R. McEwen Auditorium, Tuchner's Restaurant and Bar, Timothy's World Coffee, a multi-storey hotel, and a number of small lecture halls.

Miles S. Nadal Management Centre

Management programmes are held in downtown Toronto at the Miles S. Nadal Management Centre which is located in the Ernst & Young Towermarker of the Toronto Dominion Centremarker. The closest subway stations to the downtown location are King, Union and St. Andrew's on the Yonge-University-Spadina line.

Programmes

Graduate

The Schulich School of Business offers a number of graduate programmes: Master of Business Administration International Masters of Business Administration is an MBA program with a strong emphasis on International Business. Schulich offers a joint Executive MBA program with the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern Universitymarker MBA with Bachelor of Laws Master of Business Administration, Master of Fine Arts, and Master of Arts Master of Public Administration

Undergraduate

Schulich offers two undergraduate programmes:
  • BBA
  • International BBA (iBBA)


The undergraduate programs (BBA and iBBA) enroll about 380 students (280 for BBA and 100 for iBBA) from an average of 4500 to 5000 applicants per year. Applicants must also submit a Supplementary Information Form that includes a summary of the organizations, sports teams, volunteer or paid work etc that the applicant has been involved in. There are three essay type questions on the Supplementary Information Form. Two reference letters are also required. While the minimum acceptable grade fluctuates every year based on the quality of applicants, the school currently recommends that applicants have an average in the 90s. All undergraduate applicants must take at least 6 U and M courses, but cannot take more than 2 M courses in the same discipline. Applicants must also take Grade 12 English (U) and Grade 12 Advanced Functions and either Grade 12 Data Management or Grade 12 Calculus (Calculus Recommended).In 2008-2009, the iBBA programme will be in its 9th class, and the BBA programme will be in its 31st.Similar to the graduate programme, students are not required to specialise in a discipline.

Organizational relationships

Schulich maintains a number of relationships with other leading business schools.

Kellogg School of Management

The Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern Universitymarker and Schulich offer a joint EMBA.

S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research

In February 2009, Schulich officially launched a new joint MBA programme, the Schulich India MBA, with the S P Jain Institute of Management and Research in Mumbai, India.

L'Université Laval

L'Université Lavalmarker and Schulich offer a joint programme established to graduate bilingual and bicultural managers.

International Exchange

Schulich maintains student-exchange relationships with over seventy business schools in over forty-five countries such as Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi, Milan, Italy and University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Notable faculty

  • Cyril Bouquet, 2004 Richard Farmer award for best dissertation at the Academy of International Business.
  • Dezsö Horvath, Dean and 2004 Academy of International Business "Dean of the Year"
  • Alan Middleton, the first inductee into the Canadian Marketing Hall of Legends in the Mentor category
  • Gareth Morgan, pioneer in the field of organizational behavior and change management. Co-creator of the Burrell Morgan framework
  • Henry M. Kim, a prominent North American Information Systems Professor.


Notable alumni



Student clubs

Each of these organisations solicits membership from newly admitted students during Club Week, the first week of classes. Very often there is a nominal fee of $20 for membership, which helps to cover the costs of many of the events that each organization holds throughout the academic year. Such events include guest speakers, field trips, case competitions, wine and cheese functions and much more. The executive committee for each association is elected towards the end of every academic year for leadership in the following year.

The following is a list of both graduate and undergraduate clubs at Schulich:

  • Accounting Society
  • AIESEC (Association Internationale Des Etudiants en Sciences Economiques et Commerciales)
  • Arts and Media Management Club
  • Bright Ideas Group
  • Business Law Association (BLA)
  • Corporate Social Responsibility Society (CSRS)
  • Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Club (EVCC)
  • The Insider Media Group
  • International Business Club
  • The Latin America Business Association (LABA)
  • LGBT
  • MBA/LLB Joint Program Students Association
  • Net Impact - New Leaders for Responsible Business
  • The Nonprofit Management Association
  • Open Arms Committee (International Student Liaison)
  • Organizational Behaviour Association
  • Schulich African Business Association (SABA)
  • Schulich Case Analysis Club
  • Schulich Charity Association (SCA)
  • Schulich East Asian Business Association (SEABA)
  • Schulich Finance Association
  • Schulich Financial Engineering Association
  • Schulich Financial Services Society (SFSS)
  • Schulich Golf Club
  • Schulich GongShow Society
  • Schulich Bulldogs Hockey Club
  • Schulich Health Care and Biotechnology Forum
  • Schulich Information Technology Association (SITA)
  • Schulich Marketing Association (SMA)
  • Schulich Real Property Students' Association
  • Schulich Toastmasters
  • Significant Others of Schulich (SOS)
  • South Asian Business Club (SABC)
  • Supply Chain Management Club (SCMC)
  • Undergraduate Consulting Club (UCC)
  • Undergraduate Strategy Group (USG)
  • Women In Leadership (WIL)
  • York Business and the Environment Group
  • York Entrepreneurship Society
  • York Investment Club (YIC)
  • York Marketing Association
  • York University Finance and Industry Club (YUFIC)
  • York University Cricket Club


Rankings

Global

  • 1st in the world as ranked by the Aspen Institute's biennial survey, Beyond Grey Pinstripes in 2009. The ranking measures MBA programmes against four criteria: "relevant courses," "student exposure," "for-profit impact," and "faculty research"


  • 12th in the world in the 2009 MBA rankings by The Economist, up three spots from previous ranking. The ranking measures full-time MBA programmes against four criteria: "[opens] new career opportunities", "personal development/educational experience", "increase [in] salary", and "potential to network."


  • 49th in the 2009 Financial Times MBA rankings, down one spot from previous ranking and 49th over a three-year average (2007 - 2009). The ranking measures MBA programmes against graduates' current weighted salary, graduates' increase in salary, percentage of graduates employed in three months, and number of faculty publications.


  • 11th according to the Wall Street Journal 2007. The ranking measures full-time MBA programmes from a recruiters' perspective. The ranking specifically measures "the recruiters intention to return and hire a school's graduates over the next two years."


  • 4th non-US, in the "non-US, two-year program" category according to Forbes magazine. The "survey ranks schools based on return on investment--meaning compensation five years after graduation minus tuition and the forgone salary during school".


  • 3rd in the 2007-2008 Aspen Institute's Global Rankings in a research survey and "alternative ranking of business schools" that "spotlights innovative full-time MBA programs" leading the way in the integration of issues concerning social and environmental stewardship in to the curriculum.


  • 8th in the world for financial services according to the Wall Street Journal 2007. The ranking measures full-time MBA programmes from a recruiters' perspective. The ranking specifically measures "the recruiters intention to return and hire a school's graduates over the next two years."


National

  • 1st in the 2009 MBA rankings by The Economist, up three spots from previous ranking. The ranking measures full-time MBA programmes against four criteria: "[opens] new career opportunities", "personal development/educational experience", "increase [in] salary", and "potential to network."


  • 1st according to the Wall Street Journal 2007. The ranking measures full-time MBA programmes from a recruiters' perspective. The ranking specifically measures "the recruiters intention to return and hire a school's graduates over the next two years."


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