The Schulich Global Network

Graduate Short Term Exchange

Graduate Partner Schools
DenmarkCopenhagenCopenhagen Business School (CBS)SummerJune 23 - July 31, 20200International Summer University Program (ISUP)English1 CBS course (7.5 ECTS) = 3 SSB credits

2 CBS courses (15 ECTS) = 6 SSB credits (max)

Courses in CSR & Sustainability, Entrepreneurship, Supply Chain Management, Globalization & International Business, Finance, etc. International Summer University Program, ISUP Calendar 2020Enrol in one 3 week course (choose from Blockchain and Sustainable Digital Infrastructures for Business, Sustainability in the Nordics or Fundamentals of Management Consulting) or two 6 week courses (32 courses to choose from). Program runs for 6 weeks. Program Fee: please go to Arrival & Social Programmes -> ISUP Social package: Includes cultural & social activities such as dinners, city tours, folk dancing & weekend trip to Berlin. One of the longest running & largest summer programs in Europe. Final 4 hr written exam. ISUP website Log into 'My Schulich' Go to: Useful Links > Exchange Resources
FranceLyonEMLYON Business SchoolWinter or
April - July
(courses are modular so enrolment can be WI or SU term depending on course dates)
0N/AEnglish90-120 in-class hours = 9 SSB creditsKnown for Entrepreneurship & Strategy, with specializations in Finance, Economics & Control, Marketing & Innovation, Strategy & Organization, HR & the LawEMLYON MBA Fact Sheet 2019-203 years work experience required. Students can enrol in either IMBA or MSc in Management electives. EMLyon websiteLog into 'My Schulich' Go to: Useful Links > Exchange Resources
IsraelTel AvivColler School of Management,
Tel Aviv University
Fall or
October - December (7 weeks) or
July - August (each course lasts 5 days)
1N/AEnglishFollows full term exchange credit equivalenciesColler: Sterategy, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, OB, IT; Sofaer: Entrepreneurship & InnovationColler Fact Sheet 2020-21, Coller Summer Fact Sheet 2020Summer exchange has 7 courses to choose fromShort exchange report not available. See full term exchange report or short program reports at Log into 'My Schulich' Go to: Useful Links > Exchange Resources
NetherlandsRotterdamRotterdam School of Management (RSM), Erasmus University (MSc)Winter or
(WI): January - March (block 3) or
March - May (block 4)
(WI or SU): May - June (block 5)
0N/AEnglish12 ECTS (2 courses) = 6 SSB creditsElectives in: Acct & Financial Mgmt, Business Info, Strategic Entrepreneurship, HR Mgmt, Mgmt of Innovation, Marketing, Organizational Change & Consulting, Strategy, Supply Chain, Finance & Global Business SustrainabilityRSM MSc Short Exchange Factsheet 2019-20Can choose one block only (min 12 ECTS or 2 courses)Short report not available. See full term exchange reports. Log into 'My Schulich' Go to: Useful Links > Exchange Resources
U.K.CoventryWarwick Business School (WBS), University of WarwickWinter or
February - June
(courses are modular so enrolment can be WI or SU term depending on course dates)
0N/AEnglish1 WBS course (3 modules) = 3 SSB credits

2 WBS courses (6 modules) = 6 SSB credits

Marketing, Strategy, FinanceWarwick Fact Sheet 2019-20Courses are modular therefore, start date depends on course dates. Can choose 1 or 2 electives during regular exchange term. WBS Elective Modules 2018. WBS Elective Modules 2019Log into 'My Schulich' Go to: Useful Links > Exchange Resources
U.K.LondonImperial College Business SchoolWinter or
January - March
April - July
0N/AEnglish8 - 12 ECTS = 6 SSB creditsElective Pathways: Finance, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Strategy & Management, Analytics & Digital MarketingImperial College Fact Sheet 2019-20Courses are modular therefore, start date depends on course dates. Minimum 2 courses. IC courses 2019Log into 'My Schulich' Go to: Useful Links > Exchange Resources

Picture of Caitlyn Bertone in Paris, FranceWhy Participate in a Short Term Exchange?

Students who are not able to spend a full term abroad can still receive many of the same benefits as a full term exchange but in a shorter amount of time such as experiencing a new culture, taking courses with a unique focus and expanding their global network.
Depending on the partner school, students will spend anywhere between two weeks to two months on exchange and register in the equivalent of 3-6 Schulich credits.
Elizabeth Owens Skidmore, MBA

“I loved this program, CBS, Copenhagen, and Denmark as a whole an extraordinary amount. 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 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

Program Details


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Any student enrolled in the MBA or IMBA program may apply to study abroad on a part-time (3-7.5 SSB credits) basis.

To be eligible for a short term exchange abroad, students must:

  • Complete all 5000-level required courses prior to departure and a minimum of 24 credits at Schulich. Students with advanced standing should consult the MBA Program Handbook for eligibility requirements.
  • Attain a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 5 (B) on those 24 credits.
  • Complete the application process and be offered a space at one of our partner schools.

Access More Information

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Students wishing to apply for a short exchange term abroad during the Summer 2020 term, should attend an Exchange Information Webinar Session. Please refer to the Upcoming Events section for the date and time.

Application Process

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Step 1

Complete the online application form and upload the following documents with your application*:

*Please note: paper applications will not be accepted.

Application deadline to apply for a short exchange abroad in Summer 2020 is March 6, 2020, 4pm.

Step 2

All eligible candidates will meet with the Exchange Selection Committee for a 20-minute interview.
Students are matched to a partner school based on their response to the application question and their interview. The Exchange Selection Committee is looking for the student’s rationale for the school, in combination with their professionalism and ability to be an ambassador for Schulich.

Step 3

The selections will be announced shortly after.

Next Steps

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Confirmation Process

Students will be sent an email informing them as to the school they have been matched. They will be given approximately two weeks to confirm their acceptance of the offer.

Partner School Nominations

Once confirmed, the Graduate International Program Coordinator will nominate student(s) to the partner school at which time, the exchange school will contact the student to begin setting up the exchange. The student will be required to submit the requested documentation to the exchange school.

Pre-Departure Preparation

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Prior to Departure

Students changing their status to/from full-time or part-time, must submit an Enrolment Status Change Form prior to registering for the exchange term.

Students are required to attend a pre-departure session and it is recommended that students make an appointment with the International Program Coordinator prior to their departure.

Students must submit the following information electronically to the International Program Coordinator for approval prior to departure:

  • A copy of the Final Study Plan Form (as a Word Document)
  • One copy of each courses’ syllabus/outline
  • Course offering information provided by the school

Register in the appropriate number of EXCH 6900-level courses through Passport York

Submit the online Emergency Contact Form and Risk & Responsibility Waiver Form

While Abroad

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Confirm your Final Study Plan with the International Program Coordinator:

  1. Send an email confirming that this study plan has not changed or
  2. Update the study plan with the changes and email it with the course descriptions to
  3. Update your EXCH course enrolment through Passport York if your credits on exchange have changed.

If course code enrollment listed on your study plan form and York enrollment do not match:

  • You can risk not getting credit for the courses you completed on exchange if you have not registered in the corresponding number of credits on Passport York
  • If you register in too many exchange credits on Passport York and not enough on exchange, you may receive F grades for not fulfilling the credits on Passport York.

Post Exchange

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Students are required to submit an Exchange Report & Social Media Requirements.

Exchange grades (recorded as a pass or fail on the Schulich/York transcript) will be posted once the following are received:

  1. Exchange report
  2. Social media requirement
  3. Official transcript sent directly from the partner school

Meet the Team

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For any additional questions or concerns, feel free to contact a member of the International Relations Team