Starting at Schulich Next Term?

Students who have accepted an offer of admission for Fall 2017 will be e-mailed details from Student & Enrolment Services in mid-March about the following:

1. Student Accounts

  • Next steps for setting up your Passport York account, which you’ll need to access online services at York University, enrol in courses, and register for orientation/Launch Week.
  • You will also be assigned a new Lotus Notes account and Schulich e-mail address.
  • Once your Schulich e-mail account has been created, the Career Development Centre will provide you with credentials to log in to CareerQuest, where you can access all career services at Schulich.

2. Smart Start & Orientation

MBA students will be e-mailed a link to register for Smart Start, a mandatory session scheduled in advance of your first term at Schulich. For all other programs, watch for dates and registration details for your individual orientations. These events are an opportunity to meet your colleagues and learn about important program details and expectations.

Please note that you will only receive instructions to enrol in classes after you have booked Smart Start or registered for orientation. A Passport York account is required for registration.

3. Flying Start & Launch Week

Flying Start is a series of 1-day prep courses for incoming students. Classes are taught by Teaching Excellence Award-winning faculty, and are designed to prepare you for success in your program’s core curriculum. Courses cover the fundamentals of accounting, finance, quantitative methods, Excel and case analysis.

You’ll be sent dates and registration details before the start of term.

Learn more about Flying Start

Launch Week is a mandatory event to kick off the MBA program. Conduct a case analysis in teams, learn about student clubs and attend a networking reception with the Dean.

You’ll be sent dates and registration details before the start of term.

Learn more about Launch Week

York University Student Resources

Explore York’s Current Students webpage to:

  1. Access your student account, order transcripts and enrol in courses
  2. Find information about transportation, housing, parking and other on-campus resources
  3. Apply for academic accommodations with York University’s Counselling & Disability Services, which offers a range of services that support your academic success
  4. Plot your weekly schedule and map out your term with the Visual Schedule Builder, a self-serve online tool for course planning

Go to York’s Current Students webpage

  • New to Canada?

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