Schulich School of Business
International Bachelor of Business Administration (iBBA)
The Schulich iBBA
Benefits from Schulich's innovative curriculum
-Taking part of a comprehensive four year program that spans nine different areas of specialization.
-Developing a solid foundation in management skills required for succeeding in dynamic environments
-Examine business issues including ethics, corporate social responsibility and sustainability in management, and learn why they are important to today's best-run companies
-Learn from Pioneers and leading scholars in areas such as risk management, entrepreneurism, global marketing and corporate social responsibility
-Discover your passion: Get involved in one of more than 30 students clubs at Schulich, and embark upon infinite leadership opportunities.
Admission requirements and other useful information
1. Academic Performance
2. The Supplementary Application Form
Each year, Schulich receives approximately 1100 applicants for 100 iBBA spaces. Students in the iBBA program are required to study a second language and participate in a mandatory exchange term during Year 3 or 4.
Ontario applicants must present an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) and also have completed six 4U or 4M courses, including ENG4U (English), MHF4U (Advanced Functions). You must also have completed one of: MCV4U(Calculus and Vectors) or MDM4U (Data Management) (MCVFU is recommended)
Applicants will need to complete an English language proficiency test, if they do not meet one of the following criteria:
-Four years of study in Canada in English or French at the secondary school level
-Four years of study at the secondary school level in English in a country where English is a primary language
-One year of study at an authorized university degree program in English in a country where English is a primary language,
Grade average for admission into this program: High 80's to Low 90's
First year courses!
-Microeconomics for Managers
-Macroeconomics for Managers
-Managing Contemporary Enterprise
-Introduction to Financial Accounting 1
-Statistics for Management Decisions
-Organizational Behaviour Across cultures
No Co-op program is availible