Internationalize Your Degree
Explore all the world has to offer while gaining credit toward your program of study! Whether you have time for a two week introduction to doing business in a new region or want to spend a semester immersing yourself in a new culture, we have the program for you.
Why Go Abroad?
Understanding management and business in an international context is a requirement in today’s global economy. The benefits of participating in one of Schulich’s international opportunities are numerous:
- Exposure to global perspectives and industries
- Expansion of career options
- Improve cross-cultural communication skills
- Develop language proficiency skills
- Build a global network
What are you waiting for? Internationalize your degree and explore all the world has to offer while gaining credits toward your program of study!
For more information, refer to the Exchange Information Session presentation.
53 Graduate Partner Schools
20 Graduate Exchange Participants in 2018-2019
29 Graduate Study Tour Participants in 2019
Graduate Full Term ExchangeGraduate Full Term Exchange
“Learning how to adopt new perspectives, testing you own personal limits, appreciating the complexity of today’s world and what it takes to navigate it successfully are just some of the benefits of the exchange experience and immersing yourself in another culture.”
Nicolas Richards, IMBA
Graduate Short Term ExchangeGraduate Short Term Exchange
“The six weeks I spent at CBS were transformational for me. The friends I made, the people I met in class, the professors I had, and the glorious Danish sunshine we experienced all made for a summer I will never forget. I would highly recommend this program to anyone and hope that you will have as great of a time as I did!”
Elizabeth Owens Skidmore, MBA
Graduate Short ProgramGraduate Short Program
“The Professors were as fine as any speakers I have ever experienced. I learned many things about innovation which complimented all that I have learned at Schulich.”
Jonathan Perlman, MBA
Graduate Study Tour - Cancelled for 2021Graduate Study Tour
“There were moments on this tour where I realized that I could connect and apply concepts from all of my classes in a holistic way. It was as if the pieces of a puzzle came together and I could see the whole picture.”
Nicole Alie, MBA
Global Leadership ProgramGlobal Leadership Program
The Global Leadership Program (GLP) is an alternate 601 project and involves creating a market entry strategy and execution plan for a foreign company considering the North American or world markets. Students work in a team composed of Schulich and partnering school students using on-line communication and are required to travel to each others’ countries for more intensive work.
Global Work TermGlobal Work Term
Students in the IMBA program have the opportunity to gain first-hand work experience in the language and region they specialize in during their studies at Schulich. Students will gain exposure to different business and cultural conditions, apply the latest management techniques and skills acquired in the classroom and enhance their understanding of their region of specialization.
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The Open Arms Committee (OAC) is a student-run organization at Schulich with the purpose of facilitating the transition of both undergraduate and graduate exchange students to life at Schulich.
Throughout the year, the OAC organizes events for exchange students and keeps them informed of what is going on socially at the School and around the city. In addition to these efforts, each exchange student is partnered with a Schulich student “buddy” who is available to answer any questions or concerns throughout their stay.
Graduate OAC | Email – firstname.lastname@example.org | Undergraduate OAC | Email – email@example.com | LinkedIn
For more information about student life at Schulich, please visit the links below:
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For any additional questions or concerns, feel free to contact a member of the International Relations Team.