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Welcome to the Centre of Excellence in Responsible Business

COERB at the Schulich School of Business is a global leader in creating and disseminating new knowledge about the social, ethical, environmental and political responsibilities of business. Drawing on over 40 faculty experts from across the school, COERB is one of the world’s largest and most influential academic centres dedicated to triple bottom line thinking.

Is Business and Sustainability the right specialization for you? Hear from Schulich School of Business faculty and alumni as they provide insight into the world of Business and Sustainability with Dirk Matten, PhD, Hewlett-Packard Chair in Corporate Social Responsibility and Alumnus Bob Mann, MBA '11, Chief Operating Officer, Sustainalytics.

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Research with Impact

Few schools in the world can match the depth, diversity and quality of Schulich’s research on ethics, sustainability and CSR. From investigations of competitive social strategies, to sustainable supply chain management, responsible consumption, and auditor ethics, Schulich research on responsible business is research that makes a difference - through its impacts on academia, on practice, and on society. Learn about some of our exciting research projects, and discover the innovate approaches and fresh insights that research at the Centre delivers.

Gain the skills and knowledge to succeed.

Our pioneering programmes offer unparalleled opportunities for stimulating new thinking about the key management challenges involved in building a sustainable future. World renowned faculty experts provide unique, tailored learning experiences for responsible leaders of every stripe, from undergraduates right up to seasoned executives.


Executive Education

Our executive education division assists business in the transformation to corporate sustainability by providing senior executives in business, government and civil society with the vision, education, tools and support necessary to champion sustainable development in their organizations.

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Building Tours and Class Visits

Experience the MBA and IMBA programs firsthand. Meet the Schulich community. Tour our award-winning facilities. Choosing the right b-school is an important decision. You owe it to yourself to invest the time and energy to establish that Schulich is the right choice for you.

For more information about booking a Class Visit or a Building Tour, please contact Carol Partland

Information Sessions & MBA Fairs

Meet the Schulich admissions team at an MBA fair or information session. Find out more about the Schulich MBA in India. Learn about the academic curriculum, specialization opportunities, career paths, financial aid and admission requirements. Connect with admissions staff, program representatives and alumni.

Building Tours and Class Visits

Experience the MBA program firsthand. Meet the Schulich community. Tour our facilities. Choosing the right b-school is an important decision. You owe it to yourself to invest the time and energy to establish that Schulich is the right choice for you.

To tour our facilities in Mumbai or attend a class, contact Imran Kanga (ikanga@schulich.yorku.ca). Classes are in session from January to June 2011.

If you are in Toronto and would like more information about booking a Class Visit or a Building Tour, please contact Carol Partland.

Admissions Events

Experience Schulich™ – Please join us for a full day of exciting events.
Meet Schulich's Dean and Faculty. Learn how to optimize choices with Schulich specializations. Attend Schulich mini-lectures and panels. Network with alumni and current students.

Next event February 2011.

Contact Us

In India:
Tel: +022 64573350
In Canada:
Tel: (416) 736-5059
Email: schulichindia@schulich.yorku.ca

Alumni Mentorship Program

The Alumni Mentorship Program provides an opportunity for students to benefit from the advice and knowledge that Schulich alumni can offer. Students in the Schulich in India MBA program will receive guidance from alumni in both India and Canada.