The Schulich Global Network

Undergraduate Full Term Exchange

Undergraduate Partner Schools
COUNTRYCITYPARTNER SCHOOLiBBA PRIORITY SPACES 2019-2020OPEN SPACES 2019-2020LANGUAGE(S) OF STUDYENROLMENT TERMS
& DATES
CREDIT EQUIVALENCYPARTNER SCHOOL ACADEMIC INFOPARTNER SCHOOL FACT SHEETINCOMING PARTNER SCHOOL WEBSITE
ArgentinaBuenos AiresUniversidad de San Andrés (UDESA)11SpanishFA: August - December
WI: March - July
180 contact hours = 15 SSB credits

144 contact hours = 12 SSB credits

Improve Spanish, Offers Non-Business2019-2020UDESA Exchange
AustraliaSydneySP Jain School of Global Management12EnglishFA: August - December
WI: January - April
15 SPJ credits = 15 SSB credits

12 SPJ credits = 12 SSB credits

2018-2019
AustraliaQueenslandGriffith University 10English WI: Late February - Late June (Trimester 1)40 CP = 12 SSB Credits ONLY 2018-2019Griffith Inbound
AustraliaSydneyUniversity of New South Wales (UNSW)24EnglishFA: Mid-August - Mid-December
WI: Early January - Late May
4 UNSW crs = 12 SSB credits ONLY2019UNSW International
AustraliaSydneyMacquarie University 23EnglishFA: July - December
WI: February - June
12 MU credit points = 12 SSB credits ONLY2020Macquarie Exchange
Austria ViennaWU - Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien33English & GermanWI: February - June30 ECTS = 15 SSB credits

24 ECTS = 12 SSB credits

2019-2020
2020-2021
WU Exchange Semester
BelgiumLouvain-le-NeuveLouvain School of Management22English & FrenchFA: Mid-September - December
WI: Early February - End June
30 ECTS = 15 SSB credits

25 ECTS = 12 SSB credits

2018-2019LSM Incoming Exchange
BrazilSão PaoloFundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV), Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo23English & PortugeseFA: Early August - Mid-December
WI: Early February - Mid-June
12 FGV credits = 15 SSB credits2019
ChileViña del MarUniversidad Adolfo Ibañez22English & SpanishFA: August - December
WI: March - July
4 UAI courses = 15 SSB credits ONLYImprove Spanish, Business in Latin America2019UAI International Relations Website
ChinaBeijingPeking University, Guanghua School of Management13English & MandarinWI: February - June15 Peking credits = 15 SSB credits

12 Peking credits = 12 SSB credits

Limited English courses, Courses overlap with SSB2018-2019Guanghua Incoming Website
ChinaShanghaiFudan University School of Management 12English & MandarinWI: February - Early July10 Fudan credits = 15 SSB credits

8 Fudan credits = 12 SSB credits

2018-2019Fudan Factsheet
ChinaBeijingBeihang University, School of Economics and Management11Limited English & Mandarin WI: March - Mid-July12 Beihang credits = 15 SSB creditsCourses in International Economics and Trade
Overlap with SSB core courses
2018-2019Beihang Exchange Programs
ChinaHong KongCollege of Business, City University of Hong King22EnglishFA: End August - End December
WI: January - End May
15 City U credits = 15 SSB credits

12 City U credits = 12 SSB credits

Asian, Chinese Culture and International Studies courses2019-2020College of Business International Students
ChinaHong KongCUHK Business School 32EnglishFA: Late August - December
WI: January - Mid May
15 CUHK units = 15 SSB credits

12 CUHK units = 12 SSB credits

Asian culture and language courses2019-2020CUHK Bus Incoming Exchange
ChinaHong KongFaculty of Business and Economics, The University of Hong Kong22EnglishFA: Late August - December
WI: January - Late May
30 HKU credits = 15 SSB credits

24 HKU credits = 12 SSB credits

Asian culture and language courses2019-2020HKU FBE Incoming Exchange
ChinaHong KongHKUST Business School 22EnglishFA: Late August - December
WI: Late January - Late May
15/16 HKUST credits = 15 SSB credits

12 HKUST credits = 12 SSB credits

Enrolment in other faculties permitted2019-2020HKUST Inbound Exchange
Czech RepublicPragueUniversity of EconomicsNo SpacesNo SpacesEnglishFA: September - December
WI: February - Mid May
27-30 ECTS = 15 SSB credits

21-24 ECTS = 12 SSB credits

European Business/Culture and Language2019-2020VSE Incoming Exchange Students
DenmarkCopenhagenCopenhagen Business School 12EnglishFA: Late August - December
WI: Late January - June
30 ECTS = 15 SSB credits ONLY2019-2020CBS Exchange Student
FinlandAaltoAalto University Business School 11EnglishFA: September - December
WI: January - May
30 ECTS = 15 SSB credits

24 ECTS = 12 SSB credits

2019-2020Aalto Incoming Exchange
FranceAix-en-ProvenceIAE Aix-en-Provence, Graduate School of Management, Aix-Marseille University 22English & FrenchFA: September - December
WI: January - June
~180 hours = 15 SSB credits

~144 hours = 12 SSB credits

2017-2018IAE AIX Incoming Mobility
FranceCergy-PontoiseESSEC Business School 32English & FrenchFA: Late August - December
WI: Late February - Mid June
~180 hours = 15 SSB credits

~144 hours = 12 SSB credits

Access to Career Services2019-2020ESSEC Incoming International Exchange
FranceLille or ParisIÉSEG School of Management, Lille Catholic University 4 (Shared between Campuses)4 (Shared between Campuses)English & French FA: Late August - Late December
WI: Early January - Late May
30 ECTS = 15 SSB credits

24 ECTS = 12 SSB credits

Limited Non-Business2018-2019Study @ IESEG on Exchange
FranceEcullyEMLYON Business School 42English & FrenchFA: September - December
WI: January - April
30 ECTS = 15 SSB Credits

25 ECTS = 12 SSB credits

4th Year ONLY
No Non-Business
FranceNiceEDHEC Business School 31English & FrenchWI: January - Late May~180 hours = 15 SSB credits

~144 hours = 12 SSB credits

Financial Economics ONLY
Limited NB/RF
2019-2020EDHEC International Students Office
FranceLilleEDHEC Business School 21English & FrenchWI: January - Late May~180 hours = 15 SSB credits

~144 hours = 12 SSB credits

No NB other than French Language Courses
Review Course Selection, Overlap with Schulich courses
2019-2020EDHEC International Students Office
FranceParisUniversité Paris-Dauphine32English & FrenchWI: January - May 30 ECTS = 15 SSB credits

24 ECTS = 12 SSB credits

2019-2020Dauphine Incoming
FranceParisHEC Paris22English & FrenchFA: September - December
WI: January - May
30 ECTS = 15 SSB credits

24 ECTS = 12 SSB credits

2018-2019HEC Incoming Exchange Students
FranceToulouseToulouse Business School 22English & FrenchWI: January - May30 ECTS = 15 SSB

25 ECTS = 12 SSB credits

Very Limited Non-Business2018-2019TBS Incoming Exchange
FranceStrasbourgEcole de Management, Strasbourg, Universite de Strasbourg33English & FrenchFA: September - December
WI: January - End April
~180 hours = 15 SSB credits

~144 hours = 12 SSB credits

Unique business and non business/regionally focused courses2017-2018EMStrasbourg Exchange Students
FranceRouen or RiemsNeoma Business School 33English & FrenchFA: September - December
WI: January - June
~180 hours = 15 SSB credits

~144 hours = 12 SSB credits

2018-2019Neoma Incoming Students
GermanyMannheimUniversity of Mannheim22English & GermanFA: End August - December
WI: February - June
30 ECTS = 15 SSB credits

24 ECTS = 12 SSB credits

2018-2019Mannheim Incoming Exchange
GermanyOestrich-WinkelEBS Business School22English & GermanFA: Late August - Late December
WI: Mid-January - End May
30 ECTS = 15 SSB credits

24 ECTS = 12 SSB credits

2019-2020EBS International Students Office
GermanyVallendar WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management21English & GermanFA: September - December
WI: January - April
30 ECTS = 15 SSB credits

24 ECTS = 12 SSB credits

Good Finance school2019-2020WHU BSc/MSc Exchange
IrelandLimerickKemmy School of Business, University of Limerick 12EnglishFA: September - December
WI: January - Mid May
30 ECTS = 15 SSB credits

24 ECTS = 12 SSB credits

2019-2020UL Incoming Exchange
Italy MilanUniversity Bocconi 55English & ItalianFA: September - December
WI: January - End May
30 ECTS = 15 SSB credits

24 ECTS = 12 SSB credits

2019-2020Bocconi International Student Desk
JapanBeppuRitsumeikan Asia Pacific University 21English & JapaneseWI: April - July16 APU credits = 15 SSB credits

14 APU credits = 12 SSB credits

2020APU Exchange Student
JapanNagoyaNagoya University of Commerce and Business11EnglishFA: Late August - December
WI: April - July
16 NUCB credits = 15 SSB credits

12 NUCB credits = 12 SSB credits

2017-2018NUCB Undergraduate Exchange Program
MexicoMexico City ITAM - Instituto Technológico Autónomo de Mexico01Spanish & EnglishFA: Mid August - December
WI: January - End May
24 ITAM credits = 15 SSB credits ONLYImprove Spanish2019-2020ITAM International Undergraduate Students
MexicoMonterrey/GuadalajaraTecnológico de Monterrey22Spanish & EnglishFA: August - December
WI: January - Mid May
15 ITESM credits = 15 SSB creditsITSEM Incoming Exchange
NetherlandsRotterdamRotterdam School of Management (RSM), Eramus University23EnglishWI: January - June37.5 ECTS = 15 SSB credits

30 ECTS = 12 SSB credits

RF and NB courses available
Review course offerings to avoid overlap with SSB courses
2019-2020RSM Bachelor Exchange
NetherlandsTilburgTilburg School of Economics and Management, Tilburg University 33EnglishFA: Late August - December
WI: Late January - June
30 ECTS = 15 SSB credits

24 ECTS = 12 SSB credits

Offers Certififate Programs for Exchange Students2019-2020TiSEM Exchange Programs
New ZealandDunedinUniversity of Otago School of Business11EnglishFA: July - November
WI: February - June
4 Otago papers = 12 SSB credits ONLYSee WebsiteInformation for exchange students coming to Otago
NorwayBergenNHH - Norwegian School of Economics22EnglishFA: Mid August - December
WI: January - Mid June
30 ECTS = 15 SSB credits ONLY2019-2020NHH Incoming Exchange
Norway OsloBI Norwegian Business School 22EnglishFA: Mid August - December
WI: January - June
30 ECTS = 15 SSB credits ONLY2019-2020BI Exchange Programme
PeruLimaUniversidad Del Pacifico 11Spanish & Limited EnglishFA: August - December
WI: March - July
15 UP credits = 15 SSB credits

12 UP credits = 12 SSB credits

2019UP Exchange Programs
PeruLimaUniversidad ESAN 11Spanish & EnglishFA: August - December
WI: March - July
15 ESAN credits = 15 SSB credits

12 ESAN credits = 12 SSB credits

2019ESAN Student Exchange
RussiaSaint-PetersburgGraduate School of Management (GSOM), St. Petersburg University 22English & Russian WI: February - June24 ECTS = 15 SSB credits ONLY2019-2020GSOM Incoming Students
SingaporeSingaporeNanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University 22EnglishFA: Mid August - December
WI: January - Mid May
14-16 AU = SSB credits

11-13 AU = 12 SSB credits

2019-2020GEM Trailblazer Exchange
SingaporeSingaporeNUS Business School, National University Singapore44English FA: August - December
WI: January - May
5 NUS courses = 15 SSB credits

4 NUS courses = 12 SSB credits

Rf and NB courses available2019-2020NUS BBA Incoming Students
SingaporeSingaporeSMU - Singapore Management University 33English FA: Late August - December
WI: January - April
5 SMU credits = 15 SSB credits

4 SMU credits = 12 SSB credits

2019-2020SMU Incoming Exchange Students
South KoreaSeoulKorea University Business School (KUBS) 01English & KoreanFA: September - December
WI: March - Mid June
15 KUBS credits = 15 SSB credits

12 KUBS credits = 12 SSB credits

NB courses available2019-2020Inbound to KUBS
South KoreaSeoulSNU Business School, Seoul National University 00English FA: early Sept - Dec
WI: Mar - mid June
15 SNU credits = 15 SSB credits
South KoreaSeoulYonsei University 21English & KoreanFA: End August - December
WI: End February - June
15 Yonsei credits = 15 SSB credits

12 Yonsei credits = 12 SSB credits

Required CGPA B or above2020Study Abroad at Yonsei
SpainBarcelonaESADE Business School31English & SpanishFA: September - December
WI: January - June
30 ECTS = 15 SSB credits

24 ECTS = 12 SSB credits

Limited NB and RF courses2019-2020
SwitzerlandSt. GallenUniversity of St. Gallen23English & GermanFA: September - December
WI: Mid February - End May
~180 hours = 15 SSB credits

~144 hours = 12 SSB credits

2019-2020St. Gallen Incoming Guest Students
SwitzerlandLausanneHEC Lausanne, University of Lausanne11English & FrenchWI: Mid February - Early July30 ECTS = 15 SSB credits

24 ECTS = 12 SSB credits

4th year students can take MSc courses2019-2020HEC Lausanne Incoming Students
TaiwanTaipeiCollege of Commerce, National Chengchi University (NCCU) 21English & MandarinWI: February - June10-12 NCCU credits = 15 SSB credits ONLY2018-2019NCCU International Exchange Programs
ThailandBangkokFaculty of Commerce and Accountancy, Chulalongkom University11EnglishFA: August - December
WI: January - May
15 Chula credits = 15 SSB credits

12 Chula credits = 12 SSB credits

Limited to 1 course outside of BBA2019-2020Chula BBA Incoming Students
TurkeyIstanbulKoç University 11English WI: February - May15 Koç credits = 15 SSB credits

12 Koç credits = 12 SSB credits

2019-2020Koc Incoming
U.K.BathSchool of Management, University of Bath45EnglishFA: End September - December
WI: End January - End May
5 Bath courses = 15 SSB credits

4 Bath courses = 12 SSB credits

British culture courses as GF/NB2019-2020Bath International Exchange Programme
U.K.CoventryWarwick Business School, University of Warwick11EnglishWI: January - June60 CATS = 15 SSB credits

48 CATS = 12 SSB credits

Possibility of studying for a shorter amount of time, ie January - March2018-2019Warwick Inbound Study Abroad
U.K.LancasterLancaster University33EnglishFA: October - December (12 SSB credits ONLY)
WI: January - June
30 ECTS = 15 SSB credits

24 ECTS = 12 SSB credits

2019Lancaster Incoming Study Abroad Students
U.K.ManchesterAlliance Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester11English FA: Mid September - December
WI: Late January - Early June
60 AMBS credits = 15 SSB credits

50 AMBS credits = 12 SSB credits

Brand new, state-of-the-art building2019-2020AMBS Incoming Exchange Students
UruguayMontevideoUniversidad ORT 21Spanish, Limited English & Dual LanguageFA: Mid August - December
WI: March - July
4 ORT courses/192 contact hours = 15 SSB credits

3 ORT courses/144 hours = 12 SSB credits

ORT Exchange Students

Why study abroad?

Picture of Sinem Ersoy in Seville

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!

 
Natalie Durzynski (iBBA)

“For me, exchange was more than just a chance to travel and meet new people; it was a chance to find out more about myself and for personal growth. I know that the skills I’ve developed from my international experience will help me throughout my career and for the rest of my life!”

Natalie Durzynski (iBBA)Université Paris Dauphine
Winter 2014
 

Program Details

Eligibility

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Can I?

Any student enrolled in the BBA/iBBA program may apply to study abroad for one term. To be eligible to participate in the Exchange Program, students must:

  1. Be in year 3 or year 4 for the proposed exchange term
  2. Have successfully completed:
    • all year 1 and year 2 requirements for those applying for 3rd year exchange
    • all year 1 – year 3 requirements for those applying for 4th year exchange
  3. Attain a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 5.50 prior to the desired exchange term
  4. iBBAs who entered the program prior to Fall 2016 must have successfully completed 12.00 credits of language, of which at least 6.00 credits are at the intermediate level or higher, with a minimum grade of C. iBBAs who entered the program as of Fall 2016 must have successfully completed intermediate level language competency, or higher, with a minimum grade of C.

For more information about the exchange program requirements and policies please see the Undergraduate Academic Handbook (page 31).

Access More Information

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Should I?

Students sitting in auditorium.

Every Fall, the International Relations Office invites students to attend an International Opportunities Fair and Information Session to start their planning and research for all exchange destinations and possibilities.  All students considering going on exchange should attend the fair and information session prior to researching and submitting their applications. We also offer application incentives to those who attend.

International Opportunities Fair

The Fair is the event to learn about all the schools with which have exchange partnerships.  Students will have the opportunity to read material about the school and their exchange program. However, what holds most value is being about to speak to Schulich students who have previously been on exchange, as well as students here on exchange.

Information Session

To complement the fair, we will hold an information session where students can receive more details and ask us questions about the following:

Twi students working on a laptop

  • All International Opportunities
  • New Partnerships
  • Eligibility and academics
  • Finances
  • Application requirements and selection process
  • Tips and tricks to be the best exchange applicant you can be

 

Review the 2018 Information Session presentation slides.

How to Apply

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Submitting an application is the first formal step of the process. Complete the online application form, upload the following documents online and remember to include your video link. Please note, the application is accepted online only. Paper applications are not accepted.

 List and describe 3 criteria you used to narrow down your choices (300 words max). You can also include anything confidential or personal you would like the Exchange Selection Committee to know. (Upload a pdf document)

A Proposed Study Plan form listing the courses you are interested in taking on exchange for your TOP 3 SCHOOL CHOICES.  The purpose is to ensure students have thoroughly researched, that the schools meet academic goals and for the committee to have an idea of what applicants are interested in taking.

A Proposed Budget – Submit ONE budget ONLY. Not one for every school/country. Use a range if schools/countries have varied costs.

Resume – 2 pages maximum

Language Referee Form – OPTIONAL – Only submit if you are planning on taking business or other courses taught in the local language (not language study)

Deadline to Apply for Exchange in 2019/2020 Time
Extended to November 29, 2018*  9AM

*Late applications will be subject to penalty

Interviews begin December 6th. Students will be redirected to book their Exchange Evaluation Session when they submit the application.

Video Submission Requirements

Students are required to create a maximum 90 second video as part of their exchange application.

Your video should include:

  • Academic, professional, personal reasons
  • How these align with your top 3 selected schools

Students will choose what platform they use to submit a link to their video on their application.  Suggested platforms include: YouTube, Vimeo and Google Drive.  Be sure to make your video visible to those who have the link.

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Next Steps

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Matching Procedure

Students are evaluated by the Exchange Selection Committee on their overall application, including video, interview and group exercise, then given an overall score. The Committee is looking at:

  • Rationale of exchange choices
  • Attitude towards a global experience
  • Professionalism and ambassadorial skills
  • Evaluation ranking and available spaces

Students will be invited to a ceremony at the end of the selection process where they will learn the school they have been matched. They will be given one week to confirm their acceptance of the offer.

Partner School Nominations

Once confirmed, the Undergraduate International Program Coordinator will nominate the 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.

Student Responsibilities

Students must:

Amend OSAP application

While Travelling

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Student Responsibilities

Academic

  • Pay Tuition
  • Final Study Plan

Travel/Diplomatic

Prior to travelling, it is recommended that travellers review the Government of Canada Web site for travel advisories as well as register with your foreign consulate/embassy. Canadian citizens should register with the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development.

Exchange

  • Work on your Exchange Report
  • Represent Schulich & Canada
  • Social Media

Have fun responsibly!

After Exchange

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Students will required to submit the following items:

  • Exchange Report
  • Social Media Submission
  • Volunteer at International Opportunities Fair
  • Join the Open Arms Committee
  • Update your Resume

Please follow the format outlined in the Exchange Report & Social Media Requirements.

Meet the Team

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