The Schulich Experience Goes Beyond the Classroom
Students entering the BBA and iBBA programs are exposed to a variety of experiences, both inside and outside the classroom, to assist with a successful transition to Schulich and York University.
The true Schulich student experience is characterized by diversity. As such, our undergrads are encouraged to take risks, get involved in a broad range of extra-curricular activities, attend events, and form lasting relationships with their peers from across the globe.
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First Year Experience
From the LEAF Mentorship Program to student clubs, tutoring services, and Learning Skills Workshops, there are a wide variety of resources on campus to meet students’ needs.
New students are assigned a dedicated personal Academic Advisor in the Undergraduate Programs Unit to help guide them through their post-secondary journey. In addition to 1-1 academic advising appointments, mandatory advising is held in the Fall and Winter to ensure students understand expectations and how to succeed in the program.
With various events specifically designed for first year students, there’s never a dull moment.
Schulich Ambassador Program
The Schulich Ambassador Program provides students with opportunities to develop their soft skills to support their academics. Coordinated by the Undergraduate Programs Unit, the goal is to give Schulich students the chance to develop into charismatic leaders who are passionate citizens, excellent communicators, and outstanding role models. Ambassadors are at the heart of the student body and accumulate points for their contributions, receiving recognition and awards for outstanding student involvement.
Develop your presentation, communication, teamwork and leadership skills. For more information about the Schulich Ambassador Program, contact the Student Engagement Coordinator at email@example.com or 416-736-5081.
Current Schulich Ambassadors can submit their community involvement by logging in to their Ambassador Activity Log.
“This program has given me opportunities to develop important soft skills and understand the value of cohesive teamwork. If you want to go fast, travel alone, but if you want to go far, travel together.”
– Michael Dizon, 2016 BBA
Undergraduate Business Society (UBS)
The Undergraduate Business Society is the Schulich student government and acts as the voice for the undergraduate student community. The UBS provides a variety of services for students to maximize their Schulich experience, including overseeing Schulich’s student clubs, hosting O-Week, and inviting students to a range of social events that allow you to mix business with pleasure.
For information on UBS events and services, visit ubsschulich.ca.
“Calling this school home for the last few years has been one of the best decisions I could have ever made. Schulich is a community where diversity and inclusion for all people is not only the established norm, but one that flourishes through all individuals within the student body.”
– Carolina Pimentel Lucas, UBS President
BBA Case Competition Preparation Program
You’ve probably heard that case competitions are a lot of fun. It’s true. You also get to go to neat places (well, many of them are pretty interesting) and meet people from other schools, sometimes from other countries, too.
Are you interested in taking part in case competitions?
Or in simply learning how to do a better job presenting your ideas in class or at work?
Or perhaps you’re an old hand at case competitions and simply want a little help polishing up your presentation or getting some pointers on how to approach the problem at hand.
Either way, Schulich has options designed to help undergrads improve the way they tackle cases and case competitions.
To support undergrads who want to compete in case competitions, or simply learn more about how to approach cases, Schulich has introduced the i/BBA Case Competition Preparation Program (iBBA-CCPP). The purpose of this program is to help you learn how to structure your case competition submission(s) and how to present the material effectively.
Students who elect to not participate in the formal program, but simply want coaching for a specific competition are invited to contact Jane-Michèle at firstname.lastname@example.org to connect with MBA student coaches.
Schulich students have the best of both worlds. In addition to exclusive events just for the Schulich community, students have access to a wide array of services and activities at York University. Run for student government, participate in special events and develop your leadership skills – all while tracking your club involvement with an official co-curricular transcript through YU Connect.
Maximize your university experience: Check out the Student Community & Leadership Development website.