Schulich School of Business – York University

Last updated on November 27th, 2018

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Schulich School of Business – Part of the York University, Schulich offers a wide range of courses, the MBA being one of the most popular ones. Located in Toronto, Canada, it is ranked as one of the top B-schools in Canada.

  • Facts and Figures

An Overview

Rank 16
Program Duration 16/20 Months
Average GMAT Score 660
Average Age 29 Years
Program Cost $99,500

Source: http://poetsandquants.com/school-profile/york-university-schulich-school-of-business/

  • Recruitment at Schulich School of Business

Here is an overview of the companies that hired at Schulich last year:

Companies
CIBC
Deloitte
P&G
Amazon.com, Inc.
IBM
  • Apply to Schulich School of Business

The deadlines for the September 2017 admissions have been announced. Mark your calendars for these dates:

Round 1 – January 15th, 2017

                     1 year, 10 months, 12 days, 11 hours, 3 minutes ago

Round 2 – February 28th, 2017

                     1 year, 8 months, 27 days, 11 hours, 3 minutes ago

Round 3 – April 30th, 2017

                     1 year, 6 months, 27 days, 11 hours, 3 minutes ago
  • Essay Topics for 2017

1. How will the Schulich MBA degree help you achieve your short and long-term career goals? (350 words)

2. Describe a time when you were faced with an ethical dilemma. What strategies did you use to resolve the issue? What would you have done differently if faced with a similar situation? (350 words)

3. (Optional Scholarship and Award consideration) Describe your involvement in activities outside of work. How have they contributed to your personal achievements and enhanced your self-development? (500 words)

Additional Information Essay
Is there any other information or areas of concern in your academic or personal history that you believe would be helpful to the Admissions Committee in considering your application?

  • How to Tackle This Application
  • Sit down and introspect on what are the key messages about yourself you want Schulich to know
  • Note them down, mull over them and discuss them with friends or family who know you very well
  • Examine your other submissions—resume, recommendations, transcripts etc.—and identify what is missing in these
  • Pick those points that you cannot convey well enough through these and write the essay using them
  • Before submitting, make sure that no ideas are repeated

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