Understanding management and business in an international context is a requirement in today’s global economy.
Schulich’s exchange program offers an ever-expanding number of opportunities for graduate students to study abroad. Formal reciprocal business school-to-business school partnerships allow both domestic and international students from Schulich to spend anywhere from one week to one term studying abroad at a partner school.
The benefits of participating in an exchange are numerous:
- exposure to new perspectives and a more global outlook
- the expansion of career options
- an increase of cross-cultural communication skills
- the development of language proficiency skills
- build a global network
“No matter where you choose to travel to for your exchange program, it will be a truly unique and remarkable experience. The experiences you have will benefit you in all your future endeavours and the adventure itself will be one you will never forget.”
Any student enrolled in the MBA or IMBA program may apply to study abroad on a full-time (12-15 SSB credits) or a part-time (3-7.5 SSB credits) basis. Students changing their status to/from full-time or part-time status, must submit an Enrolment Status Change Form prior to registering for the exchange term.
To be eligible for a term abroad, students must:
- Complete all 5000-level required courses prior to departure and a minimum of 24 credits at Schulich. Students with advanced standing should consult the Graduate Student Handbook for eligibility requirements.
- Attain a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 5 (B) on those 24 credits.
Students wishing to apply for a Fall 2018 or Winter 2019 exchange should attend an Exchange Information Session. Please refer to the Upcoming Events section for dates and times.
- Exchange Information Session
Spend a few weeks abroad in a short term program
Fill that break with a short exchange at one of Schulich’s exchange partner schools. From fashion industry management to innovation boot camps, there is something for the most diverse of interests.
- Graduate Short Term Program
Deadline to Apply for Fall 2018 or Winter 2019 March 9, 2018, 4pm
Step 1. Complete the online application form and upload the following documents with your application*:
Exchange and the 601
Students wishing to go on exchange may perceive the completion of the MGMT 6100 Strategy Field Study to be a hindrance to their plans. However, a number of options exist to facilitate both objectives and allow these students a substantial amount of flexibility.
We have created some examples for you. In all cases, it is assumed that the students have completed all the 5000-level courses.
Examples (program start in Fall):
|Term 1||Term 2||Term 3 – P/T
601 Phase 1-2
|Term 4 – P/T
601 Phase 3-4
|Term 1||Term 2||Break
601 Phase 1
Exchange & 601 Phase 2
601 Phase 3-4
|Term 1||Term 2||Break||Term 3
601 Phase 1-2
|601 Phase 3-4|
To map out your academic plan, book an academic advising appointment with an advisor in Student and Enrolment Services. Want to know more about the 601 itself? Reach out to the Strategy Field Study Program Assistant in the 601 office, N227 or firstname.lastname@example.org