i went through the site...i could not figure out the difference between the IMBA and the MBA..what s the main difference...and do these courses have sept or a jan intake???
Thanks for all the posts and replies, they all have been of great help.
I would like to know, if there has been any change in the tuition fees for Fall 2012 or Winter 2013 batch. What I could find online is that the tuition fees for 2 terms for international student is $35,019, which makes it to $70,038 for the 2 years of MBA program. Could you please confirm this?
Looking forward to your reply.
Got an admit for Fall '12 as well..
Got an admit today for Fall 12 intake .......
Congratulatons on your offer. Starting the program in January is a definate option. We start a class of about 125 full time students in January and a number of part time students as well.
While it is cold here in January that is about the only thing that should be a problem fo ryou.
You still have the full program, which you can stretch out over 20 months. Winter/Summer for year one... break in fall for internship... and resume studies for Winter/summer for year two.. graduating in October... or you can do four consecutive terms Winter/Summer/Fall/Winter and graduate with the group that came in in September in June. In either case you would have access to the full program and all that Schulich has to offer.
Starting in January means that it is cold and you have to be prepared for that... Having said that this winter there was really no problem at all. And I think it is an adventure to experience our winters... learn how to ice skate and toboggan and enjoy the snow...
Hope it works for you, looking forward to meeting you in January.
And if theres anyone else in the same situation please send your number. mine is 7702599220.
I didnt get an admit for SEP 2012 intake, but am being offered an admit for JAN 2013 intake. Can someone throw some light on what are the pros and cons of JAN batch in terms of internhsip/job opportunities? A quick response would be highly appreciated...