Accept Your Offer
Offer of Admission
Your offer of admission is sent via e-mail from a member of the Graduate Admissions team.
Confirmation of Acceptance
To confirm the offer of admission, the applicant must submit the confirmation form and non-refundable deposit to Schulich. A deposit of $3,000 CDN is required with the confirmation form. Your offer of admission will state when your confirmation deposit is due. This deposit will be credited towards the first term’s tuition fees.
To accept your offer of admission, complete your Admission Confirmation form and submit your confirmation deposit by the date stated in your official Offer of Admission Letter.
Get To Know Your New Environment
We are happy to make arrangements for you to sit in on a class or arrange a tour with one of our graduate students. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find English Language Resources
Pre-MBA through YUELI (English Language Studies)
The York University English Language Institute (YUELI) offers a full-time, eight week program designed to prepare students whose first language is not English to study in the MBA Program. Teaching and classroom activities focus on all elements of English language learning.
Learn more and register for the YUELI Pre-MBA Program here
Register for Academic Accommodations Early!
Need academic accommodations due to a disability? Connect with Julian Higuerey Nunez, Student Academic Services Coordinator, and register with Counselling & Disabilities Services. Avoid wait times by taking care of this step in Summer.
Sign-Up for Prep Courses
MMgt students: You will need to register for AnyPrep’s Accounting Foundations and Mathematics Foundations courses. Watch for an e-mail from Student & Enrolment Services with details.
MMgt, MBA and IMBA students: Twice a year before the Fall and Winter terms, the Schulich School of Business offers Flying Start, a series of MBA/IMBA and Specialized Masters prep courses, to newly admitted graduate students. These sessions are designed to prepare incoming students for the demanding first year MBA, IMBA and MMgt curriculum.
Typical workshops focus on Quantitative Methods, Accounting, Finance and Case Analysis, providing students with the fundamental background knowledge and skill-sets essential for success in their Schulich careers. The courses are ideal for students with limited working exposure to these core disciplines.
Check the Flying Start website for additional details. You will be e-mailed when registration opens.
Make Note of Important Dates
|Fall Fees||September 10|
|Winter Fees||January 10|
|Summer Fees||May 10|