An Invitation to Experience Schulich MBA in India.
Choosing your school is an important decision. We invite you to experience Schulich MBA in India first hand by attending an event, visiting us or simply starting a conversation with our admissions team. We are here to guide you in your decision-making and provide as much information and assistance as you may need.
The Schulich MBA in India is accredited by the All India Council on Technical Education (AICTE).
A global perspective. A lifetime investment.
The Schulich MBA in Hyderabad is a bold new initiative by one of the world's leading business schools. Study in India and Toronto, as you earn a degree that offers the content, skills and relevance that future business leaders need.
Throughout your studies, you will be exposed to the business issues and viewpoints of two very different trade regions on two distinct continents. As Canada's financial and cultural centre and one of the world's greatest multicultural cities, Toronto has much to offer, including access to the head offices of leading organizations in all major sectors.
Tailor your MBA to your career goals.
The Schulich MBA in India offers a truly unique program that can be tailored to meet your specific career objectives. Learn the fundamentals of general management in Year 1, in Hyderabad. Travel to Toronto to complete Year 2 and select courses from 20 different areas of specialization which cover management functions, industry sectors and special issues. Access the resources of the Career Development Centre and its corporate stakeholders to explore career opportunities in India and around the world. Connect with the vast Schulich alumni network through the Alumni Mentorship Program, in which students are connected with alumni mentors in both India and Toronto.
Make lifelong connections.
Lead a club, participate on a sports team, attend a conference, join the Graduate Business Council or compete in case competitions. At Schulich you'll have numerous opportunities to make new friends and enrich your formal, in-class learning with extracurricular activities, both on and off campus.