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1 A Message from the Dean 2 Global Rankings 3 The Schulich Advantage 6 Global Networks 8 Alumni 10 Career Management 14 Degrees and Specializations 16 Degree Programs 17 Joint Degrees and Lifelong Learning 20 Faculty 22 Student Life 24 Award-winning Facility
Seoul and Moscow that provide students and alumni with career placement and executive education services. career advice and business contacts. 1 . and you can pair functional and industry specializations to build a highly marketable competitive advantage when it comes to your skills profile and career search. A number of the country’s leading executives act as advisors on our board.“If you seek a highly rewarding and stimulating program. and provide guidance and counsel to students. If you have not been here in person. teach in our classrooms. It is a dynamic and interactive learning environment. Make no mistake: you will be challenged here. Schulich Chair in Strategic Management Schulich School of Business A MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN Schulich is Canada’s Global Business School Business today is global and Schulich’s programs are in many ways a passport to the world. Whether it’s competing in global academic competitions or in global rankings of the world’s top MBA programs. gives us access to head offices of many organizations and it has allowed us to build strong linkages to the corporate community. we have high expectations of you. you will build lifelong friendships and you will hone your management skills in Schulich’s state-of-the-art. in a learning environment that is truly international. And they provide our students with mentorship. the financial and cultural centre of Canada and one of the world’s great multicultural cities. our students and our School are performing at the very highest levels. You will obtain a degree that is globally recognized with opportunities to complete academic exchanges and study tours around the world. Best of all. CM Dean & Tanna H. You can choose from one of the broadest ranges of degree programs and areas of study in North America. $100 million facility. You will join a proud and highly accomplished family of alumni – Schulich graduates who have made a lasting mark in the world of business and who have attained the highest levels of personal and professional success. Shanghai. with satellite centres in Beijing. in a learning environment that is truly international. We continue to extend our global footprint. then I invite you to come to Canada’s Global Business School™ – the Schulich School of Business. They hold the Schulich flag high at more than 80 alumni chapters around the world. HORVÁTH. PhD. If you seek a highly rewarding and stimulating program. by the rigor and intensity of our programs. then I invite you to come to Canada’s Global Business School™ – the Schulich School of Business. by the drive and passion of your classmates. Mumbai.” DEZSÖ J. I strongly encourage you to come and visit us. You will be challenged by our award-winning faculty. You will not be disappointed. Few schools in the world can match our track record in terms of creating innovative and relevant programs. Once you graduate from Schulich. Our location in Toronto.
As independent. DC-based leadership think tank 1st in Canada and 23rd in the world in the 2009 global EMBA ranking 2 1st in Canada in the 2010 ranking of the top MBA programs in Canada incorporating Social and Environmental Stewardship into the main curriculum. a Time Warner publication based in Mexico City EMBA RANKINGS (based on the most recent survey results) 1st in the world 1st in Canada and 1st in the world The Wall Street Journal ranks the Kellogg School of Management’s global network of EMBA programs (including Schulich’s) #1 in the world in the 2009-2010 ranking of the top 100 MBA programs incorporating Social and Environmental Leadership into the main curriculum. ranking results serve as a report card on a school’s quality and progress and can most accurately be measured against a broad range of rankings over an extended period of time. each ranking measures different aspects of a school. conducted by Expansión. a Washington. third-party assessments. conducted by Corporate Knights magazine . conducted by the Aspen Institute.SCHULICH IN THE GLOBAL RANKINGS Among the Best in the World Global business school rankings are conducted by the MBA RANKINGS (based on the most recent survey results) world’s most prestigious business publications. Overall. 1st in Canada and 12th in the world in the 2009 global MBA ranking (only Canadian School to make the top 50) 1st in Canada and 6th among non-US schools in the 2009 Best Business Schools ranking 2nd among Canadian schools and 50th in the world in the 2010 global MBA 3-year average ranking 1st in Canada and 18th in the world in the 2010 Best Global MBAs ranking.
Your classmates also include students from our 75 international graduate and undergraduate exchange partners – leading management schools in nearly 40 countries. entrepreneurship and sustainability. you will constantly be exposed to multiple and varied perspectives on management. real estate & infrastructure. Russia and South Korea (and future Centres in Brazil and Mexico). international business. graduate and postgraduate levels as well as extensive executive education programs. Schulich faculty are award-winning teachers and researchers with expertise in all areas of business. These include business functions such as finance and marketing as well as cutting-edge business issues and industry sectors like financial services. MBA ’90) Vice President. you will benefit throughout your career from the global. as well as economic. Schulich faculty integrate management theory and practice using a range of pedagogical approaches including case studies. case competitions and guest lectures. These will include private. Diverse.As a Schulich graduate. Innovative. you’ll join a network of more than 21. As well. cultural and professional experience of your classmates will enrich your formal learning. as will extracurricular activities such as conferences. lectures/discussions. They skillfully leverage the diverse knowledge and experience of you and your classmates to enrich every class. social. India. You’ll have access to 86 alumni chapters in 62 countries and to Schulich Satellite Centres in China. Global Reach You’ll deal with global themes and issues in both core and elective courses and experience the world first-hand through Schulich students and faculty from around the world. THE SCHULICH ADVANTAGE. behavioural simulations and team-based projects. innovative and diverse nature of the Schulich experience. Innovative Programs At Schulich. Corporate Marketing Research In Motion Global. ethical and environmental considerations. Mark Guibert (BBA ’88. Diverse Perspectives As a Schulich student. Over 55% of students and 65% of faculty come from more than 30 countries worldwide. we offer degree programs at the undergraduate. financial engineering. When you graduate. Our expertise in 18 specialized areas of study will prepare you to meet the demands of managing in a globalized world. as well as from our reputation as a world leader in management education. public and nonprofit sector issues. Your horizons will be further expanded through the diversity at Schulich. The highly varied educational. 3 .000 Schulich alumni working in over 90 countries worldwide.
multiple specializations and worldwide corporate networks. Sustainability Practice Edelman. one of the world’s largest public relations firms.“My Schulich MBA opened doors for me. Thanks to its global focus.” ASHLEY HEGLAND (MBA ’06) Director. I landed my dream job as a management consultant in sustainability with Edelman. Hong Kong (China) 4 .
Global Reach BRING THE WORLD TO YOUR DOORSTEP. International faculty and students. 5 . Overseas study. Worldwide networks.
over 300 corporate and internship partners and more than 21. 6 .000 alumni living and working in over 90 countries around the globe. Schulich has one of the strongest international networks of any school in the world – 75 partnerships with leading business management schools.THE SCHULICH GLOBAL NETWORK Your passport to the world.
Academic Exchange Partner Schools Global Corporate Placements & Recruiters International Alumni Association Chapters Schulich Satellite Centres Schulich MBA in India (Mumbai) Schulich continues to extend its global footprint into major markets around the world with satellite centres in Beijing and Shanghai. 7 . Moscow. Mumbai. South Korea. Russia. India. China. Seoul.
celebrities and women everywhere. the annual Alumni Forum. it is one of the world’s most respected brands among professional make-up artists. you’ll have access to the Schulich Career Development Centre’s (CDC) team of industry-based professionals. Past connect events have been held in Toronto. Using the knowledge. For a full listing of Schulich Alumni activities visit http://www.yorku. keynote speakers and limitless networking opportunities. career-related workshops. entrepreneurs. public and nonprofit field of endeavour – executives. Schulich alumni are making their mark in virtually every private. I followed my creative passion and became an entrepreneur. city or country as you. which features panels.000 men and women living and working in over 90 countries around the world. All Schulich graduates have access to personal and career development opportunities in Canada and abroad. the CDC will help identify new opportunities and work with you to access them. As a Schulich graduate. online job search websites.Schulich alumni are “I was a civil engineer before my MBA and a financial analyst after. and individual advising and career development counseling. BUILD NETWORKS. New York and Shanghai.schulich. investors and managers. as well as previews of upcoming events. Today. You’ll receive monthly updates on chapter and School activities. secure Online Email Alumni Directory allows you to stay in touch with classmates or seek out new Schulich contacts working in the same industry. The Schulich International Alumni Association (SIAA) The SIAA is home to 86 local alumni chapters in 62 countries worldwide. entrepreneurs. If and when you decide to make a career transition. investors and managers. making their mark in virtually every private.” HANA ZALZAL (MBA ’92) Founder & President CARGO Cosmetics Corp. Achieve more.ca/alumni 8 . The SIAA hosts high profile events such as the annual Alumni Recognition Awards Dinner and connect. Career Management Even after you graduate. skills and confidence gained during my MBA. public and nonprofit field of endeavour – executives. The private. I launched CARGO Cosmetics. you’ll join a global network of 21. as well as close to a dozen chapters for specialized programs such as Real Estate and Infrastructure.
recognized as the oldest and largest program of its kind in Canada. LLD ’05) PAUL TSAPARIS (MBA ’84) JOEL COHEN (MBA ’92) CHRIS JAMROZ (MBA ’00) MICHELLE CHISLETT (MBA ’06) President. Worldwide Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts Ltd. CM (MBA ’71. Morgan Securities Canada Inc. President. J. KATHLEEN TAYLOR (MBA/LLB ’84) Writer and Producer – ‘The Simpsons’ Twentieth Century Fox (USA) TOMER STROLIGHT (BBA ’93. Finance & Administration. Russia and South Korea. ANDREW PROZES (MBA ’75) Founder of Goldcorp Inc. Middle East & Africa Johnson & Johnson Business Manager GE Capital International Services (India) From left to right: Roma Khanna (MBA ’01). Mark D’souza (MBA ’01). Operations Strategy CIBC PRAFULLA METAPARTI (IMBA ’07) President & CEO Cineplex Entertainment EILEEN MERCIER (MBA ’77) Group Head Finance & CFO TD Bank Financial Group M. Internal Audit CIBC HANI ALAITA (MBA ’06) President & COO Guyana Goldfields YAJUVINDER SUNEJA (MBA ’08) Chief Executive Macau Special Administrative Region (China) President & CEO Toronto Board of Trade Senior Vice President.P. you’ll have access to the wide range of management and executive programs offered by our School’s Executive Education Centre (EEC) at York University’s main campus and Schulich’s downtown Miles S. Director. And many more join the School’s Mentorship program. MCEWEN. Principal Strategic Investments. NBC Universal. Global Markets & Investment Banking Merrill Lynch Canada Inc. MBA ’94) Senior Vice President J. The program pairs alumni from a broad range of industry sectors and functional areas with current Schulich students. London. JANICE FUKAKUSA (MBA ’79) President & CEO Hewlett-Packard (Canada) Co. Head of iShares Canada. Nadal Management Centre. MARIANNE HARRIS (MBA/LLB ’83) Executive Chairman & Chief Strategy Officer Open Text Corporation ANDREW WU (MBA ’89) Chair Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board EDMUND HO (BBA ’78) President. CANADA’S TOP 40 UNDER 40 Schulich’s alumni are among award recipients in The Caldwell Partner’s national program which honours Canadians under the age of 40 who have reached a significant level of success: 2009 2005 2004 2003 2002 1998 Jerome Dwight (MBA ’05) Roma Khanna (MBA ’01) Richard Leblanc (PhD ’03) Daniel Daviau (MBA/LLB ’89) David Sugarman (MBA ’92) Hana Zalzal (MBA ’92) James O’Sullivan (MBA/LLB ’90) Paul Tsaparis (MBA ’84) DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI MAKING A MARK IN THE WORLD OF GLOBAL BUSINESS ROBERT KREMBIL. As a graduate. Arlene Ingram (IMBA ’99). Vice President. Solar Group SkyPower Corp. ECDM MO JP Morgan (Hong Kong. alumni enrich the overall Schulich experience through sharing their expertise. both at home and abroad. Product Marketing & Strategy. Chairman & CEO US Gold-Corporation & Lexam Explorations Inc. Many of these are offered at Schulich’s International Satellite Centres in China. Barclays Global Investors. Heather Pelant (EMBA ’09). LLD ’00) ROBERT R. A Priceless Partnership We encourage all alumni to play an active role in the education of future generations of Schulich graduates. UK. Others take part in panels at student recruitment events such as “Experience Schulich™”. Global Prime Services. Securities Division Goldman Sachs International (UK) Franchise Manager. China) CLAUDE LEMASSON (EMBA ’08) Director. UK) 9 . Corporate Development Scotiabank Executive Director. Europe. (USA) ELLIS JACOB (MBA ’76) President & COO. Global Networks and Digital Initiatives. Some return to give guest lectures. CAROL WILDING (BBA ’83) Group Director for China LVMH JAMES O’SULLIVAN (MBA/LLB ’90) Head of FI & Corporate Sales – Chile and Peru The Royal Bank of Scotland (Chile) RAJ MEHTA (IMBA ’95) Vice President CPCS TINA MITHRA (MBA ’04) Vice President. insights and experience. India.P. Executive Director. Trimark Financial Corp. CM (MBA ’78. In every instance of “giving back” to the School. Morgan Chase Bank NA DENNIS FOTINOS (EMBA ’04) Vice President. Daniel Steinfeld (BBA ’04). ELIZABETH SMART (MBA ’06) Global CEO. Chiefswood Investors Limited Founder. TOM JENKINS (MBA ’87) CAO & CFO Royal Bank of Canada COLLEEN JOHNSTON (BBA ’82) President Torstar Digital JOSÉ ANTONIO BUENAÑO (MBA ’94) President & CEO Enwave Energy Corporation MARC-ANDRÉ ROY (IMBA ’04) Director.Lifelong Learning Your learning won’t end when you complete your Schulich studies. Toronto Argonauts Football Club. The EEC also runs customized in-house programs. RBC Capital Markets. LexisNexis Group Reed Elsevier Inc. Goldman Sachs Asset Management International (London.
Accounting. These partnerships translate into access to employment opportunities for Schulich students and a close “fit” with both the industry and corporation of choice. the CDC will help you increase your self-awareness of your business interests. Information Technology and Telecommunications. There are numerous resources available to you including Self-Assessment tools as well as workshops on Job Search Techniques. It’s real-world experience that sets Schulich’s Career Development Centre (CDC) apart from the rest. the CDC provides you with all the information you’ll need to thoroughly research your industry and company of choice and build relationships with potential employers. It includes your entrepreneurial skills and how you fit within certain corporate cultures. They are all part of the CDC’s winning formula for career success that includes self-assessment tools. In fact.Career management is a top priority at Schulich and it’s “As an industry leader. YOUR CAREER. In addition. values and abilities. . L’Oréal Canada is interested in Schulich graduates because of their management potential. Resume and Cover Letter Writing. Media. Management Consulting. L’Oréal Canada real-world experience that sets our Career Development Centre apart from the rest. To make career decisions that are right for you. CareerLeader™ is an interactive online business career assessment tool that integrates results with recommendations that best match select career paths. career management coaching and events designed to maximize your access to prospective employers. and Interview Skills.” JAVIER SAN JUAN President and CEO. CDC counselors bring you a unique combination of firsthand knowledge. A lifetime investment. Drawing on their experience in industries such as Finance. Marketing. 10 Career Management Your career is a top priority at Schulich. we consider the diversity of Schulich graduates a critical asset to the success of our global corporation and an important pool of future leaders moving forward. skill and experience. business and marketing savvy and innovative spirit.
Orlando and Boston. India. In particular. PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Procter and Gamble RBC Financial Group RIM Saatchi & Saatchi Samsung Scotiabank Secor Consulting SK Spin Master Ltd. Imperial Oil Limited J. Online Résumé Directory for Recruiters The CDC publishes an online résumé directory for graduating students. They can also work with Schulich Satellite Centres in China. with an outstanding record of achievement. you’ll have access to a wide range of resources related to both industries and specific companies to allow you to research them thoroughly. as well as virtual fairs. LEADING. CDC also provides information on career fairs in cities such as Paris. Deloitte Consulting Deloitte LLP (Finance and Consulting) Deutsche Post World Net Ernst & Young LLP Everest Group Ford Canada Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts General Mills Canada Corporation Goldman Sachs HSBC Bank Heng Seng Bank Hewlett-Packard (Canada) Co. Colgate-Palmolive Canada Inc. UPS Whirlpool Corporate Information Sessions A key component of career management is networking. its focus on international business programs produces graduates with the kind of broad. global perspective that is critical to the success of our Bank. Scotiabank “ Schulich has been an integral part of our recruitment and development strategy for many years. Companies around the world access the directory and use it to pre-screen and recruit candidates for employment. CSFB Dell Inc. HON LLD ’07) President & CEO. Morgan Johnson & Johnson KPMG LLP Kraft Canada Loblaw Companies Limited L’Oréal Managerial Design Manulife Financial Merrill Lynch Canada Microsoft National Bank Financial Ontario Teachers Pension Plan Oracle Pepsi-QTG Canada Petro-Canada Pfizer Inc. The CDC also organizes Industry Advising Breakfasts and Industry Panel Discussions. Standard Chartered Bank Symcor Tata Consulting Services TD Bank Financial Group Telus Torstar Corporation Toyota Canada UBS Securities Canada Inc. Prior to these sessions. a Sustainability Career Event for the Nonprofit Sector and Corporate Internship opportunities are just a few of the key networking activities available to you. That’s what makes it such a great place – a source of talent for Scotiabank. Schulich hosts events designed to bring you together with potential recruiters. The Career Fair at the end of Career Month in September.” < RICK WAUGH (MBA ’74. 11 . The diversity of students we have hired from both the undergraduate and graduate programs has allowed us to develop strong talent within our organization. Employment Abroad Graduates seeking employment outside Canada benefit from Schulich’s network of relationships with leading corporations and alumni chapters worldwide. Home Depot Hudson’s Bay Company IBM Canada Ltd. Amex Bank of Canada and Amex Canada Inc. > DENISE PICKETT (MBA ’90) President & CEO. Russia and South Korea. We have enjoyed a strong collaborative partnership.P. BMO Nesbitt Burns Inc. WORLD-CLASS COMPANIES THAT RECRUIT SCHULICH STUDENTS Amex Inc. Corporate Information Sessions offer you an opportunity to meet recruiters. BNY Trust Company of Canada Bell Canada Boston Consulting Group Canadian Tire Acceptance Limited Cap Gemini CIBC Group of Companies CGI Cisco Systems Citigroup Inc. alumni and executives to determine which companies match your personal career goals and which corporate cultures will enable you to excel. Targeted Recruitment Events Each year.“ Schulich is one of Canada’s finest business schools.
Policy Area 12 . Schulich/York Consulting Group Chair.“Schulich’s wide-ranging faculty expertise and multiple specializations mean you can tailor your studies to personal career goals and stand out from the competition.” THEODORE PERIDIS Associate Professor of Policy Co-Director.
Flexible programming. 13 . Cutting-edge specializations. Multiple degrees.Innovative Programs CHOOSE TO SHAPE YOUR FUTURE.
Schulich was a perfect match. graduate and postgraduate degree programs alike – theory and practice. general and specialized. The choice is yours. YOUR SUCCESS. the Master of Finance. economic. local and global. we respect that uniqueness. social and environmental. you’ll be in a class by yourself – an adept communicator able and willing to take the initiative. a seasoned and highly accomplished team player. We put the highly valued “soft skills” front and centre in all our programs. thanks to our excellent self-assessment tools and career training and development. And thanks in part to the specialized financial services knowledge I gained during the program.” JEROME DWIGHT (MBA ’05) President & CEO BNY Trust Company of Canada The Bank of New York Mellon range of choice to tailor your studies and achieve personal and professional goals. The result is that as a Schulich graduate. Skills. It draws on multiple perspectives: private. personality – these and much more make you unique. A series of Joint Degrees such as the MBA/JD rounds out program offerings. We’re here to partner with you in realizing your full potential.Schulich’s degrees and specializations offer a wide “For me. you’ll transition seamlessly from study to work. At Schulich. Schulich Degrees A Schulich degree is unlike any other. Distinctive Programs Balance is central to Schulich undergraduate. In some cases. the Master of Public Administration. public and nonprofit. My undergraduate business degree qualified me for the eight-month Accelerated MBA. and an ethical leader. A question of choice. and quantitative and qualitative skill development. degrees themselves are specialized – the International MBA. my performance at the helm of BNY Trust Company contributed to my being named one of Canada’s 2009 Top 40 Under 40 achievers. All Schulich programs are built on a foundation of business fundamentals in addition to in-depth business specializations and industry-specific learning. aptitude. knowledge. a highly creative problem solver able to approach issues from multiple perspectives and constantly reframe them. We offer you an original approach to management education that is integrative. formal and informal learning. Equally important. forward-looking and grounded in the real world. You’ll be in the driver’s seat from the start with countless ways to get to where you want to be. the International BBA. 14 .
a candidate could finish in 8 months (2 terms) using the Accelerated MBA option. Gordon S. If eligible. you can switch between full-time and part-time study. our undergraduates have considerable flexibility in scheduling liberal arts courses. Associate Professor of Marketing. These partnerships make it possible for our undergraduate and graduate students to spend a term studying internationally. you’ll begin with a solid grounding in management functions. As well. Chair. Doctoral candidates may opt for specialized streams early in their studies. In addition to being able to choose electives. diploma and professional designation programs. or downtown at the Miles S. industry sectors and special businessrelated issues. including Barcelona. politics. Flexible Programming Flexibility and choice are both key to tailoring your business studies to personal goals and needs. Associate Professor of Accounting. The overseas experience not only hones cross-cultural skills. economy and business practices of a country by taking advantage of the School’s extensive network of academic partners around the world.In-Depth Specializations The sheer complexity of managing in a world of change is why a one-size-fits-all business degree is obsolete. Master’s-level students study at Schulich’s state-of-the-art complex on York’s main campus. At Schulich. allowing most students to decide what. There is even more choice at the graduate level. Professor of Finance. New York. you can choose from over 100 electives in 18 different areas of specialization. You can gain first-hand exposure to the culture. Melbourne. Santiago and Tokyo. Roberts. Accounting Area 15 . Scotiabank Professor of International Business. Post MBA Diploma in Advanced Management Financial Engineering Diploma (Stand-Alone) EXECUTIVE PROGRAMS Public Executive Management Programs Customized In-House Programs From left to right: Eleanor Westney. UNPARALLELED CHOICE SCHULICH DEGREES BBA IBBA MBA IMBA EMBA MBA/JD MBA/MFA/MA MBA in India MPA MF PhD Bachelor of Business Administration International BBA Master of Business Administration International MBA Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA MBA/Juris Doctor MBA/Master of Fine Arts/Master of Arts Schulich’s MBA with Year 1 in Mumbai Master of Public Administration Master of Finance Doctor of Philosophy SPECIALIZATIONS MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS Accounting Economics Finance Marketing Operations Management and Information Systems Organization Studies Strategic Management * Graduate Diploma Options SCHULICH LIFELONG LEARNING INDUSTRY SECTORS Arts and Media Administration* Financial Engineering* Financial Services Health Industry Management Nonprofit Management and Leadership* Public Sector Management* Real Estate and Infrastructure* SPECIAL ISSUES Business and Sustainability* Business Consulting Entrepreneurial Studies International Business DIPLOMAS PDAM. In total. At the same time. Schulich MBA in India Program. Nadal Management Centre. Ashwin Joshi. Executive Director. you’ll develop distinctive knowledge and skills in specific areas that include management functions. but it also develops a network of contacts from around the world. International Study Business leaders – whether they are small entrepreneurs or managers within large multinationals – can simply no longer succeed without a global orientation and outlook. In our graduate programs alone. there will be additional opportunities to deepen and broaden specialized knowledge using certificate. depending on the degree program. Schulich is linked to 75 of the world’s leading schools of management located in nearly 40 cities. when. where and how long they study. Professor of Organization Studies. CIBC Professor of Financial Services. Marcia Annisette. In the MBA. Paris.
Nadia Orawski (MBA ’07). marketing. Gavin Tong (MBA ’09 Candidate).yorku. special international business courses. USA. problems and solutions. ethical and governance.yorku.ca/indiamba The MF (Master of Finance) is a 12-month program that develops a solid understanding of the finance function in organizations of all sizes. Schulich/York Consulting Group members. both feature a choice of eight specialized areas of study. including investments. Schulich’s 16 month program offers a unique combination of management education and public policy analysis and development. Graduates gain mastery of the full range of finance-related fields. MBA/JD ’08). www. Deloitte Consulting LLP. As well.schulich. industry sectors and/or special business issues. Each is a four-year Honours degree that combines a standard set of core business offerings with liberal arts courses. mastery of a second language. Ontario Legislative Assembly DEGREE PROGRAMS The BBA and iBBA (International BBA) are among the most prestigious undergraduate business programs in Canada.schulich. Konata Lake (BBA ’03.ca/phd . As well. health industry management and business ethics. The iBBA’s unique global perspective includes a series of specially designed courses. this 20-month full-time program includes MBA core courses. The public sector today is undergoing dynamic change and restructuring in countries around the world. multiple start dates and scheduling choices. Year 1 is completed in Mumbai and focuses on the fundamentals of general management. including 18 different areas of specialization. venture capital. It is offered full-time and part-time.ca/mba The Schulich MBA in India offers a broad global perspective on business issues while developing expertise in two of the world’s major trading regions.ca/imba The MBA is about options. organizational behaviour and strategic management.ca/mpa The PhD features six fields of study. Open to applicants from Canada and abroad. www. The MBA balances qualitative and quantitative skills and offers study abroad opportunities. business and sustainability. www. The MF degree examines multiple frameworks such as legal. Research Officer. Senior Consultant.schulich. finance.yorku.yorku. www. www. It offers a traditional quantitative orientation in combination with qualitative research methodology. A Schulich MPA provides the professional tools and skills needed to succeed in modern public service management.ca/bba and specialized knowledge of two global trading regions (including North America). public or nonprofit sectors. global. Unlike other MPA degrees. New York.schulich. foreign language study and a compulsory international academic exchange.From left to right: Tae Jin Park (IMBA ’09 Candidate). private equity and more. entrepreneurial studies.ca/mf The IMBA (International MBA) is an ideal choice for a global career. Students graduate with a Schulich MBA – one of the world’s leading business degrees. IMBAs can specialize in two of 18 areas such as finance and marketing. Candidates can complement studies in their chosen field with work in international business.schulich. regulatory. financial management.schulich. www. 2 campuses. nonprofit management and leadership.yorku. Year 2 in Toronto develops specific expertise in management functions. The 16 month program offers an integrated approach to general management fundamentals and combines classroom learning with hands-on experience through a six-month strategic consulting project in which groups work with real clients. 16 The MPA (Master of Public Administration) leads to careers in the private.schulich.yorku. including the ability to switch between full-time and part-time study. The combination of finance-specific and framework studies makes the program unique. www. risk management.yorku. operations management. including accounting. they complete an internationally focused strategic consulting project.
” < ZOYA ZAYLER (IMBA ’10 CANDIDATE) > MBA STRATEGY FIELD STUDY GROUP 17 .JOINT DEGREES MBA/MFA/MA (MBA/Master of Fine Arts/Master of Arts) provides you with the knowledge in both the arts and business management needed for a successful career in the cultural and fine arts sectors.yorku. from our partner schools and also from a highlyexperienced network of peers. the law portion.schulich. theatre or film. The 3 year option starts in the summer term (May) and condenses the first two years to 16 months by studying year round. The joint degree provides the added value of completing your studies in just 3 or 4 years – one to two years less than if both degrees are undertaken separately. or to develop expertise in a different career area. Europe.schulich. Schulich and York’s Faculty of Fine Arts offer you two options for a 3 year degree (4 years if taken separately). The IMBA program has armed me with the tools I need to confront many of today’s global challenges and prepared me for a successful career in international business. from Schulich. Schulich delivers the MBA portion. www.schulich.schulich.schulich.yorku. The full-time program is one term (3 1/2 months) in length and the part-time is 3 terms (12 months). investment firms. you can specialize in areas such as environmental law/business management. Career paths include specialized positions in finance with banks. www. The MBA/ MFA stream specializes in visual arts.yorku. Asia.yorku. www. you’ll gain international perspectives on leadership and strategic management from award-winning faculty from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University in Chicago. and York’s Osgoode Hall Law School. corporate/commercial law. brokerage houses and other financial institutions and in risk management with large corporations and consulting firms. On alternating weekends for 18 months.ca/mbamfama LIFELONG LEARNING AT SCHULICH business and law.ca/post-mba Financial Engineering Diploma (Stand-Alone) is a 12 month part-time Diploma that will help launch a career in the rapidly expanding field of financial engineering/quantitative finance. Latin America and the Middle East.ca/finengdiploma “I chose Schulich for my business degree due to its global focus and reputation for providing a truly international perspective on today’s business climate. economic regulations. labour law/labour relations or real estate and infrastructure. For a career that integrates Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA is a partner in the world’s most prestigious global network of EMBA programs that joins together leading business schools in the US. dance or music.yorku. The MBA/MA focuses on art history. www. www.ca/mbajd MBA/JD (MBA/Juris Doctor) is a highly respected and challenging program that prepares you for career opportunities in both business and law.ca/emba Post-MBA Diploma in Advanced Management is a unique program that offers MBA graduates from recognized business schools the opportunity to keep abreast of new developments in their fields. Study fulltime or part-time and design your studies to suit career needs and lifestyle demands.
Wal-Mart Canada Corp.” SHAGUN SHARMA (MBA ’06) Merchandise Planning Manager. the diversity of the student body is one of the most rewarding aspects of the Schulich experience. 18 . Schulich faculty apply their research findings to their teaching and connect their students with changes taking place in business.“Both inside and outside the classroom.
Broad faculty expertise. 19 . nonprofit frameworks. Private. Theoretical and applied content. public.Diverse Perspectives GET THE BIG PICTURE.
global marketing and sustainability. Our students nominate and vote for their best professors. Chair. your professors will effectively combine case studies. Schulich faculty benefit directly from the Schulich Centre for Teaching Excellence (SCTE) and are eligible for the series of annual teaching excellence awards created by Seymour Schulich. Marketing Area leading scholars from the world’s best universities. group projects and simulations. Many are pioneers in areas such as risk management. The resulting synergies create a powerful and engaging classroom environment. In each of your courses. They draw on their students’ diverse educational.” EILEEN FISCHER Professor of Marketing. Their award-winning research is recognized globally. Passionate researchers. Research Excellence Schulich faculty are passionate about their chosen fields. the design of Schulich’s unique building architecture encourages faculty and student interaction and informal learning opportunities. At every opportunity. The School is having an ever greater impact on academic theory and the strategies and policies adopted by business. Teaching Excellence Schulich’s student-centred teaching is interactive and inclusive. Their award-winning research is recognized globally. Faculty Diversity The breadth and depth of our faculty members’ expertise. Equally important. In many instances they have shaped thinking in these fields. Anne & Max Tanenbaum Chair in Entrepreneurship & Family Enterprise. Entrepreneurial Studies. Our faculty are dedicated teachers. they integrate management theory and practice. part-time faculty. lectures. Because this cutting-edge research is integrated into your classes. you gain the most up-to-date knowledge and skills possible. Among our chaired and senior professors many are recognized globally as leading thinkers in fields like marketing and international business.schulich. as well as real-world examples and research findings into their classes.Schulich faculty are “Schulich’s research climate is exciting and productive. Executives-in-Residence and Visiting Scholars.ca/faculty 20 . Teaching at Schulich is also carried out by working practitioners – Adjunct Professors. government and nonprofit sector leaders. DEDICATED TEACHERS. cultural and professional experience to offer multiple perspectives on all aspects of decisionmaking.yorku. all of whom provide a critical window on the real world. mean that you are constantly exposed to diverse perspectives on decision-making. Director. Sixty-five percent of Schulich faculty come from close to 30 countries around the world. entrepreneurism. as well as their international experience. For a full listing of Schulich Faculty profiles and research visit www. Schulich faculty are leading scholars from the world’s best universities.
MBA (Cincinnati). Hon LLD ’99) Retired Chairman Harris Bank (USA) Eileen Mercier (MBA ’77) Chair Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board Miles S. OC Former President & CEO Manulife Financial Leslie L. Iron & Steel Products Business Units Mitsui & Co. CM (MBA ’69) Chairman Home Capital Group Inc. CM (Hon LLD ’08) Chairman The Hamilton Utility Corporation Corporate Director Camco Inc. Peter E. McEwen. Marketing & Sales Nestlé S. York University Maria Livanos Cattaui (Hon LLD ’06) Former Secretary General International Chamber of Commerce (France) Olarn Chaipravat Honorary Advisor Former Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand (Thailand) Judith L. OC Chairman Canadian Journalism Foundation Robert Krembil. Price Chairman. Germany). Companion (CC) and Officer (OC). CM President Fernhill Holdings Honorary Member Board of Governors.A. UK) WORLD RENOWNED AUTHORITY ON DOING BUSINESS IN CHINA Justin Tan BBA (Tianjin. (USA) Petraea Heynike Executive Vice President and Head of Strategic Business Units. India). & Dr.A. Courtis Consultant Goldman Sachs Asia LLC (China) Dominic D’Alessandro (Hon LLD ’06). MBA & PhD (Toronto) LEADING EXPERT IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS Preet Aulakh BSc & MA (Punjab. CM Chairman Novopharm Limited William A. Horowitz Former President & CEO Amex Bank of Canada Executive-in-Residence Schulich School of Business Dezsö J. Kiyotaka Watanabe Executive Managing Officer & COO. OC Former President & Publisher Key Porter Books Timothy R.Kfm. Hon LLD ’08) Chairman & CEO Burgundy Asset Management Ltd. UK). (Essen. Cohen Founding Chair Invest in Kids Foundation Marshall A. Loeb Chairman Avanti Properties Group Jeffrey C. 21 .pol. Anthony Arrell (MBA ’68. (Switzerland) Edmund H. E. Hunkin (MBA ’69. Cohen. Eric Siegel (MBA ’79) President & CEO Export Development Corporation (EDC) Lawrence (Larry) M. MBA and Hon LLD degrees listed after their names are York University (Schulich) graduates. The Honourable Sergio Marchi Advisor to the Chairman Zinapharma S. CM (MBA ’78. CM (MBA ’71. Christian W. Inc. Gardiner Professor of Business Ethics Professor of Policy and Newmont Mining Chair in Business Strategy Professor of Policy MOST CITED ACADEMIC IN CANADA Christine Oliver BA (Queen’s).rer. (Düsseldorf. (USA) Thomas G. Haub Chairman of the Board. Bata Chairman Bata Brands (Switzerland) Alain Batty Director. Kerr Corporate Director Brookfield Asset Management Inc. Andrew Prozes (MBA ’75) Global CEO. Reisman (MBA ’77) CEO The Rose Corporation Russel C. (Japan) Paul Tsaparis (MBA ’84) President & CEO Hewlett-Packard (Canada) Co.AWARD-WINNING FACULTY IN ALL KEY FIELDS OF MANAGEMENT ONE OF THE WORLD’S MOST INFLUENTIAL GLOBAL STRATEGY THINKERS Anoop Madhok BCom (Calcutta. MA & PhD (York) INNOVATIVE DISTINGUISHED EDUCATOR Ellen Auster BA (Colgate). Hon LLD ’05) Chairman & CEO US Gold Corporation & Lexam Explorations Inc. Alan G. Thomas Beck. Gemmell (MBA/LLB ’83) Former President & CEO Citigroup Global Markets Canada Inc. Limited Philip Taylor (MBA ’79) Senior Managing Director Invesco Shinji Teshima Teshima International Inc. Marianne Harris (MBA/LLB ’83) President Global Markets & Investment Banking Merrill Lynch Canada Inc. India). Tanenbaum. President & CEO The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. OC Advisor Aird & Berlis LLP Robert R. MA (Kansas). OC Counsel Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP Kenneth S. CM (Hon LLD ’03) President Sheriff Capital Corporation Ltd. Fawcett Vice-Chair The Caldwell Partners International Robert J. Hudson (BBA ’81) Chairman & CEO Cameron Capital Corporation David W. The Order of Canada titles stand for Member (CM). PhD (McGill) LEADING GLOBAL AUTHORITY ON CORPORATE CITIZENSHIP Andrew Crane BSc (Warwick. Ho (BBA ’78) Chief Executive Macau Special Administrative Region (China) Beth S. OC Chair & CEO Kilmer Van Nostrand Co. CM Principal Strategy Solutions CIT Chair in Financial Services Schulich School of Business Bill Graham (MBA ’86) President Quartham International President Schulich International Alumni Association Charles (Chuck) Hantho. Germany) Professor of Organization Studies and Henry J.habil. Dimma. European Sales & Staff Operations Ford of Europe (Germany) Stephen Bebis President & CEO Golf Town Canada Inc. LexisNexis Group Reed Elsevier Inc. Dan. MA & PhD (Cornell) Professor of Marketing and Kraft Foods Canada Chair in Marketing Associate Professor of Finance Professor of Policy and Director. CM Dean & Tanna H. (USA) Sam G. Knowles Chair in Organizational Strategy Associate Professor of Policy and Pierre Lassonde Chair in International Business Professor of Policy and Hewlett-Packard Chair in Corporate Social Responsibility ONE OF THE WORLD’S FOREMOST EXPERTS ON CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR Russell Belk BS & PhD (Minnesota) LEADING THEORIST ON PERSONAL WEALTH AND RISK MANAGEMENT Moshe Milevsky BA (Yeshiva). c/o Brookfield Asset Management Inc. McNally (MBA ’69. Lozon President & CEO Revera Inc. PhD (Texas-Austin) WORLD LEADER IN THE FIELD OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Dirk Matten Dipl. Schulich Chair in Strategic Management Schulich School of Business Steven K. Horváth. PhD (Nottingham. Thomas E. (Switzerland) Albert Maringer Retired President & CEO Siemens Canada Limited Chair. International Management Friedrich – Schiller – Universität (Germany) The Honourable Barbara McDougall. & MABE Canada M. China). Robertson Interim CFO BMO Financial Group Seymour Schulich. Hon LLD ’00) President Chiefswood Investors Limited Donald E. Ltd. Kierans. Hon LLD ’07) President & CEO Scotiabank * Members with BBA. MIS (Johns Hopkins). (Japan) Richard (Rick) Waugh (MBA ’74. Schulich Centre for Teaching Excellence DEAN’S ADVISORY COUNCIL * CHAIR John S. Ron Farmer Managing Director Mosaic Capital Partners Anne M. Gilgan CEO The Mattamy Corporation Fred Gorbet. Dominic Barton Managing Director McKinsey & Co. Dr. PhD (Virginia Tech) Professor of Policy and George R. Nadal Chairman & CEO MDC Partners Yongmaan (YM) Park Chairman Doosan Infracore (Korea) Morris Perlis (MBA ’72) President Morris Perlis & Associates Anna Porter. Funds Management Brookfield Asset Management Inc. Hon LLD ’04) Retired CEO Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) H.
there are opportunities to assume leadership roles. So too are the many extracurricular activities available to you. Utilizing skills gained during my MBA. cultural and professional backgrounds.” ALLAN YU (MBA ’06) Sr. Fellow students are an important resource. your ROI is not limited to a business degree – your overall Schulich experience will add immeasurable value to your formal studies. Our student body is multinational. It was a very enriching experience. Incode Wireless From left to right: L’Oreal E-Strat Winners – Team Members: Richard Kim (MBA ’06). In all programs. accounting and Latin American business. Schulich entrance standards are high. The Student Factor Faculty and program content are both essential to a first-class business degree. The Extracurricular Factor Central to life outside Schulich classes are student-run organizations. Your interaction with classmates and your involvement outside the classroom will both yield generous dividends when it comes to your personal and professional growth.Schulich’s community. These differences will push you to examine business issues and decisions from multiple perspectives. So too is the overall excellence of your fellow students. “Competing in the L’Oréal E-Strat Challenge took my Schulich experience to an entirely new level. As well. will yield generous dividends when it comes to your personal and professional growth. At Schulich. health care and biotech. Like you. Rosana Yanez (MBA ’06) and Allan Yu (quoted above) and your involvement outside the classroom. associations and groups. In these organizations too. We were challenged and encouraged to go beyond our capabilities to make the best choices as business leaders. Your Schulich experience. finance. Elected student government positions are valuable opportunities to assume a leadership role in the School. there are countless clubs. They also see to it that you have opportunities to socialize such as semi-formals and formals. They are well rounded. we created a synergistic strategy. Consultant. Student-led groups organize dozens of events throughout the year. including guest lectures. They sponsor food drives and host charity shows. students come from diverse academic. 22 . Areas of interest range from women in leadership. each with its own focus. and the experiences and talent of our team. expert panels and conferences. your peers are high achievers with strong academic credentials. We screen for candidates with demonstrated entrepreneurial and leadership qualities who have taken the initiative and achieved results. THE ADDED BONUS.
including the School itself. IMBA Team – winners of the 2007 Project Pyramid Case Competition: Alexis Morgan. Yasna Beheshti. Pooja Subramanian. national and international competitions sponsored by a wide range of organizations. group management. Ian Howard. Matthew Cohen and Simon MacMahon (not pictured: Bob Mann). negotiation and strategic planning. It’s a multi-faceted. President and CEO L’Oreal. Enriched Learning Schulich programs start off with a round of activities designed to build community. problem-solving. Joseph Moncada.The Competition Factor Schulich students participate in numerous local. These include case competitions. Graduate students are encouraged to prepare to compete by enrolling in a “Case Analysis and Presentation Skills” elective. a Schulich iBBA (International BBA) student was recently named national champion of the 2008 Advancing Canadian Entrepreneurship (ACE) student entrepreneur competition 23 . integrative experience that makes sure all students will “hit the ground running”. Undergraduates have a similar orientation period. It makes you feel at home even before classes start. In graduate programs. business plans. The experience of competing hones a wealth of skills – interpersonal. entrepreneurial ventures and more. SELECTED STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS • Accounting Society • Arts & Media Management Club • Latin American Business Association • Net Impact – Students for Responsible Business • Nonprofit Management Association • Open Arms Committee (International Student Liaison) • Organizational Behaviour Association • Finance Association • Health Care & Biotech Forum • Schulich/York Consulting Group • Schulich Toastmasters • York Marketing Association • Women in Leadership SCHULICH STUDENTS EXCEL IN NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIONS 2009 • MBA Team wins Business Plan Competition sponsored by MBAs Without Borders Canada • MBA Team wins Canadian Marketing Association (CMA) Direct Marketing Case Competition • MBA Team wins Canadian L’Oréal e-Strat Challenge • iBBA team wins Canadian L’Oréal “Brandstorm” Marketing Competition • BBA/iBBA Team wins Financial Management Case Competition hosted by Ryerson University • MBAs Place 1st and 3rd in the Ontario Real Estate Research Competition sponsored by Oxford Properties Group 2008 • BBA wins National REALpac Real Estate Security Challenge • MBA/IMBA Team wins North American Net Impact-Leeds Sustainability Case Competition • BBA Team wins North American Ernst & Young “Reel Influence” Competition • BBA Team wins Canadian and Global L’Oréal e-Strat Challenge • iBBA team wins Canadian L’Oréal “Brandstorm” Marketing Competition • iBBA Student Named Canada’s Top Student Entrepreneur by Advancing Canadian Entrepreneurship (ACE) 2007 • MBA team wins National “Best in Class” Case Competition hosted by Financial Executives International (FEI) Canada • IMBA team wins North American sustainability Project Pyramid Case Competition • BBA team wins DECA Ontario Case Competition in Accounting • BBA wins Canadian Marketing Association Case Competition 2006 • MBA wins North American “DegreeTrade” Online Derivatives Trading Competition • iBBA team wins National L’Oréal “Brandstorm” Marketing Competition From left to right: iBBA Team – winners 2004 Canadian and Global L’Oréal “Brandstorm” Marketing Competition: Anna Waskow. Lindsay Owen-Jones. communication. the intensive “Launch Week” is part orientation and part icebreaker.
” We were right. The Schulich School is about community. It is also the cultural and entertainment capital of Canada. With more than half its population from outside the country. cutting-edge library. Nadal Management Centre. auditorium. as well as experts from business. As well. courtyards. government and the nonprofit sector. residence facilities and the CIBC Marketplace. Nowhere is this more evident than in the central CIBC Marketplace where students meet and mingle or interact with faculty on an informal basis. in the heart of Toronto’s financial district – the Miles S. Award-winning design. you will come to think of the Schulich School as your home away from home. Toronto is the most culturally and ethnically diverse city in Canada and one of the most multicultural in the world. This means we have access to organizations of all sizes. dining facilities.”One of a new breed of 21st century business schools changing the way business is taught. 24 . we have a second. we wanted it to be “the kind of building that people couldn’t wait to come to when they get up in the morning. small seminar rooms. downtown campus. A model city The Schulich School of Business is situated in Toronto. state-of-the-art Schulich complex was singled out by the Financial Times of London as “one of a new breed of 21st century business schools changing the way business is taught”. A new breed of 21st century business school The dynamic.” THE FINANCIAL TIMES OF LONDON IDEAL LOCATION. With its state-of-the-art classrooms. student lounges. the financial and business centre of Canada. When we designed the new award-winning complex.
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