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.

Wednesday, May 1, 2024
9:00 – 5:00PM EDT New to Canada

Location: Auditorium

International Relations



9:15 – 10:00AM – Check-in and Welcome Network

10:00AM -12:00PM – Morning Sessions

12:00 – 1:00PM – Lunch

1:00 – 4:00PM – Afternoon Sessions

4:00 – 5:00PM –  Campus Tour


Thursday, May 2, 2024
9:00AM – 2:30PM Social Insurance Number (SIN) Clinic

Location: W137 & W138

Avoid the lines at Service Canada and sign up for a SIN appointment at Schulich to receive your SIN in just 10 minutes! Just book an appointment slot and bring your passport and valid study permit.


3:00 – 3:30PM EDT Registration 

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

Check-in at the registration table and receive your name badge and agenda for the day!


3:30 – 4:45PM EDT Program Welcome

Location: N107

MSCM Full-Time & Part-Time Students

Professor David Johnston, Program Director MSCM

5:00 – 5:30PM EDT Dean’s Welcome

Location: Auditorium

Dean Detlev Zwick, Schulich School of Business

5:30 – 6:30PM EDT Alumni Panel

Location: Auditorium

Moderated by Ashwin W Joshi, Associate Dean, Program.  The Alumni Panel discussion brings a rich conversation for incoming students to hear from a group of graduates about their various stories: their academic stories, their experiences on campus, and their reflections since graduation.

Alumni Panelists

Bintu Alkassoum, MMAI ’22
AI Adoption Manager, BASF

Richmond Boafo (MSCM ‘21)
Inventory Controller, ANB Canada Inc.

Mihir Mody (BBA ‘17, MAcc ‘18)
Manager, Advisory Services – Finance, Deloitte

Kanmani Ratnasabapathy (MBAN ‘24)
Analytics Consultant, Deloitte

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

Location: Marketplace


Friday, May 3, 2024

10:15 – 10:30AM EDT Registration 

Location: South Lobby at SSB

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


10:30AM – 12:00PM EDT Culture of Integrity

Location: Executive Dining Room

Student & Enrolment Services

Schulich’s Culture of Integrity highlights the importance of core values through resource literacy, interactive discussion, and student engagement.

12:00 – 1:00PM EDT Graduate Business Council (GBC) Club Fair & Lunch

Location: Marketplace


1:00 – 3:00PM EDT Centre for Career Design

Location: Auditorium

Hosted by CCD with Keynote Speaker Kadine CooperResiliency and a Growth Mindset

This session encompasses an introduction to the Schulich Centre for Career Design, exploring the Corporate Relations and Career Advising & Design programs as well as a dynamic keynote speaker, Kadine Cooper, who will discuss resiliency and growth mindset. The session includes interactive activities and engagement opportunities, setting the stage for a productive collaboration between students and the CCD for their academic and career paths

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