With year-round full-time, part-time (evening and weekend) and accelerated study options, you can tailor your studies to your needs. With both a York University and a downtown campus, you can choose the location that best suits you. Depending on your program, you may start in September, January or May. Study year round, in the fall, winter and summer, or take a term off. You may also switch between part-time and full-time to manage your studies, career and lifestyle demands.
September, January, and May admission possible
Full-time Study (Keele Campus) The flexibility of Schulich’s full-time study options allows you to complete your MBA in either 16 or 20 months. If you have an undergraduate business degree and work experience, you may also qualify for the eight-month Accelerated MBA (see third tab). You can start your full-time MBA studies in September or January.
Part-time Study Schulich’s part-time MBA is one of the most flexible available. Complete the program in 10 terms (approximately three years). At the Keele campus, choose evenings (two per week), alternate weekends (Saturday/Sunday) or day classes. The downtown King and Bay campus offers evening classes. The Schulich full-time and part-time MBA are the same great programs – only the schedule differs – enabling you to switch between the two.
An undergraduate degree from a recognized university with at least a B average in the last two full years (or equivalent) of academic work.An acceptable score on all four measurements of the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). Two years of relevant full-time work or life experience post degree. The Schulich School of Business operates entirely in English. The pace of study is rapid, and it is essential that students have high oral and written proficiency in English. All applicants are expected to be computer proficient and have access to computing equipment that can interface with the Schulich network.
Recipient: York University (Canada)
Insert previous message below for editing?
You haven’t included a message. Providing a specific message means universities will take your enquiry more seriously and helps them provide the information you need. Why not add a message here