Welcome to Your Ineō Orientation

Please note that Ineō Orientation is mandatory for all incoming students. Depending on your program (ie. Domestic/International, Full-Time/Part-Time) different dates and sessions apply for you. Please take careful note below.

NOTE: All orientation sessions will be held in-person. The dress code is smart casual.  Scroll down to view session details.

Thursday, May 4, 2023
9:30 – 10:30AM EST Registration and Coffee Chat

Location: TBD

International Relations


10:30AM – 3:00PM EST New to Canada Orientation

Location: TBD

International Relations

3:00 – 4:00PM EST Program Welcome

Location: TBD

MSCM Full-Time & Part-Time Students

Professor David Johnston, Program Director MSCM

5:00 – 5:30PM EST Dean’s Welcome

Location: Auditorium

Dean Detlev Zwick, Schulich School of Business

5:30 – 6:30PM EST Alumni Panel

Location: Auditorium

Facilitated by Dean Detlev Zwick

Alumni Panelists

  • Bintu Alkassoum, MMAI ’22
  • Fatima Amjad, BBA ’17, MAcc ’18
  • Richmond Boafo, MSCM ’21
  • Izhar Mehar, BBA ’18, MBAN ’19
  • Brennan Rashkovan, GDIA ’18, MAcc ’18

Read Alumni Bios

6:30 – 8:30PM EST Dean’s Networking Reception

Location: Marketplace


Friday, May 5, 2023

9:30 – 10:00AM EST Registration 

Location: Concierge at SSB Main Entrance – Corner of Ian MacDonald Blvd & York Blvd

Check-in at the registration table to confirm your attendance. Remember to bring your name badge and agenda for the day!


10:00 – 11:30AM EST Culture of Integrity

Location: N105, N106, N107, N108

Student & Enrolment Services

11:45AM – 1:00PM EST Meet and Mingle Lunch with the CCD

Location: Marketplace

Hosted by the CCD

1:00 – 1:15PM EST Graduate Business Council (GBC) Welcome

Location: Auditorium


1:15 – 3:45PM EST Centre of Career Design

Location: Auditorium

Hosted by CCD and Keynote Speaker Shoana Prasad of Glenwood Consulting Group Inc.

Executive Branding

Executive branding is a process of discovering, defining and communicating your values, skills and unique value proposition to your audience(s.) With clarity and focus on who you are and what critical skills you bring to the table, you are well-equipped to speak to the dreaded ‘so – what do you do?’ what any audience, at any time.

Long-time friend and outside consultant Shoana Prasad of Glenwood Consulting Group Inc. is back to facilitate this interactive 1.5 hr presentation.

Learning Outcomes Quick Guide:







Supports a sense of capability and provides students with information to be successful academically.

  • Administrative policies & practices
  • Curriculum
  • Academic honesty
  • Academic expectations
  • Prep courses

Supports a sense of connectedness and provides opportunities for students to build social networks.

  • Join student clubs
  • Participate in social events
  • Games/activities

Supports a sense of purpose and encourages goal-setting.

  • Career exploration
  • Professional development
  • Alumni stories
  • Specializations





Supports a sense of resourcefulness and provides resources and the development of interpersonal skills to build confidence.

  • Working in teams
  • Presentation skills
  • Navigating online systems & academic support services

Supports a sense of culture to instill pride and commitment to the school.

  • Identify with clear values
  • Allow for reflection
  • Familiarity with physical space (campus/building tours)
  • Student code of conduct