Services Designed for You

A new chapter in your life: Transitioning from high school to university? Moving yourself and your family around the globe to begin your studies? Balancing the demands of work with part-time study? Getting the right start to your studies can be both exciting and stressful.

We’re here for you: We offer a host of services to support you in pursuing your academic and career goals. We are here to help make your transition a successful one, with academic advising and orientation activities designed to help you connect and become a part of the Schulich community.

Career Development Centre

  • Career Assistance

    The Career Development Centre, a vast alumni network and active student clubs will all help you to shape and achieve your career goals. Take advantage of interview and resume preparation, networking events and industry-focused student conferences.

Andrew Pucher (MBA/JD '09)

“I chose Schulich because of the strength of its faculty and students, as well as its truly global orientation. My experience exceeded my expectations.”

Andrew Pucher (MBA/JD '09)Vice President, Investment Banking
Goldman, Sachs & Co. (New York City)

Academic Supports

student browsing shelves of magazines in a librarySchulich offers a supportive learning environment and many tools to help you succeed in the classroom. Connect with accessible faculty and professional academic advising.

The Bronfman Business Library

The Peter F. Bronfman Business Library is located on the second floor of the Schulich School of Business and provides access to a comprehensive collection of electronic marketing, financial, company, industry, newspaper and numeric databases. Research support is also available in person, by e-mail, or via the library’s many useful online guides. The Bronfman Library also hosts a number of academic workshops covering topics such as research tools, academic honesty and citation guidelines, to help you succeed in your program.

Visit the Bronfman Business Library Website

The Office of the Associate Dean, Academic (ADA Office)

The ADA office is the governing unit for regulations relating to academic integrity, grading and administrative governance. Visit the ADA Office website for details regarding policies for grade appeals, course evaluations, exam procedures and conflicts, and more.

Learn more about the ADA Office

 

  • Food & Dining at Schulich

    The Schulich School of Business offers a variety of dining options including full table and buffet service at the Executive Dining Room, a private banquet hall and a casual pub and eatery.

  • International Students

    Moving to a new country and studying in a second or third language take courage. We can help with your transition with pre-arrival webinars and a two-day New to Canada session that covers everything from health insurance and banking to study and work permits and beyond.

    Connect with current students through our Buddy Program and receive one-on-one English language writing assistance on assignments, cases and papers, through our Academic Peer Support Services. If you plan on making Canada your home after graduation, we link you to important resources on immigration.