Your Next Steps - Incoming Class of Fall 2013
Congratulations! You have been admitted to the Schulich School of Business. To secure your offer, your next steps are as simple as 1, 2, 3!
All offers to the BBA and iBBA program are conditional. In order to maintain your offer, you must remember to do the following:
STEP 1: Accept our offer of admission
Accept our offer of admission through MyFile.
We reserve the right to withdraw your offer of admission if:
- your average used for admission drops considerably;
- you do not meet the conditions mentioned in your Offer of Admission Letter;
- you do not confirm your acceptance by the deadline stated in your Offer of Admission Letter; and
- you do not book your Enrolment Appointment by the deadline stated in your Offer of Admission Letter.
STEP 2: Book your Enrolment Appointment
Book your First Year Enrolment Appointment through MyFile.
As a new undergraduate student at Schulich, you are required to attend an Enrolment Appointment.
Enrolment appointments will begin April 19th to mid-June.
Enrolment appointments are limited to 25 students per session. If you require a flexible timetable, it is strongly encouraged to book your enrolment appointment early.
Please arrive at least 10 minutes prior to your scheduled Enrolment Appointment in the McDuff’s Café Lounge located on the 2nd floor of the Seymour Schulich School of Business building (building number 42) outside of room W262.
Latecomers will not be permitted in the session and will be asked to reschedule their appointment for another date.
Schulich’s Undergraduate Programs Unit is located at:
Seymour Schulich Building
111 Ian Macdonald Boulevard
Hours: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
During this appointment, you will:
- Meet newly admitted Schulich students
- Become familiar with program requirements
- Take your photograph for your YU-Card
- Revise your timetable
Living Outside of the Greater Toronto Area?
If you currently reside outside of the Greater Toronto Area and are unable to attend your First Year Enrolment Appointment because of location, please book a distance advising appointment. A first year advisor will contact you to provide your next steps. You will be required to attend an information session prior to the beginning of classes.
What Should I bring to my Enrolment Appointment?
- Your Passport York Account login information
- Your 9-digit York Student (Reference) number
STEP 3: Create a Passport York Account
In order to activate your Passport York account, you must first accept our offer and book your Enrolment Appointment (Step 1 and Step 2 above).
The earliest you can create your Passport York Account is two business days after you have successfully booked your Enrolment Appointment (Step 2 above).
To create your Passport York account click here.
If you have difficulty setting your account, please call (416) 736-5800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
See the enrolment tab to find out how to enrol in courses!
Course Enrolment - Incoming Class of 2013
Before you enrol in courses, you will need to book an enrolment appointment online or call the Schulich Appointment Booking Line at (416) 736-5081.
Once you have successfully created your Passport York Account, please review the Enrolment Guide to learn how to enrol in courses. New students may enrol in Fall/Winter 2013-2014 courses as of April 15th. You must book an enrolment appointment in order to have access to enrol in courses.
Since spaces in the Schulich School of Business are limited, you MUST book your Enrolment Appointment by the deadline stated in your Offer of Admission letter. The offer may be withdrawn if this deadline is not met.
If you are an iBBA student, you are required to complete a language course during your first year of study. In order to enrol in a language course, you must complete a language placement test. After being assessed, the department will give you permission to enrol in the appropriate level.
To complete a placement test for French courses, please contact:
French Studies Department
N727 Ross Building
P: (416) 736-5086
To complete a placement test for all other languages, please contact:
Department of Languages, Literature & Linguistics
S561 Ross Building
P: (416) 736-5016
Remember, the earlier you book and attend an enrolment appointment, the sooner you can choose your courses and enrol in a preferred schedule.
Tuition and Fees - Incoming Class of Fall 2013
A $300 registration deposit is required by June 15, 2013 or within five business days of enrolling in courses (whichever is later). Tuition fees are available on the York website.
Tuition fees can be paid through online or telephone banking. Visit Student Financial Services for payment instructions.
Student Financial Services has financial advisors and budgeting tools to help you during your time at York. In addition, there are support services related to financial aid available for Schulich students that can be obtained through Student Services & International Relations.
The balance of your fees for Fall 2013 or full-year courses are due by September 10, 2013. For courses which begin in January, fees are due January 10, 2014.
Entrance Scholarships are based on final grades. Applicants are automatically considered for the York University Entrance Scholarship. An application is not necessary.
A complete listing of York University entrance scholarships and awards, application requirements and deadline dates may be viewed on the Future Students website.
Click here for scholarships and awards available to incoming BBA/iBBA students. Admitted applicants are considered for Schulich entrance awards based on their academic performance and supplementary application. No application is necessary.
The "New-to-Canada Arrival Guide" provides you with the necessary information for your pre-departure, arrival, and day-to-day living in Canada.
Our International student orientation provides important information including study and work permits, Canadian culture, finances and banking, and health insurance. It also provides an opportunity for new international students to meet fellow international classmates and current students.
Our Fall 2013 International Student Orientation session will be held August 29-30. Click here to register.
For more information, please contact email@example.com
Important Information and Links
- Health Insurance
- All international students residing in Ontario during their period of study are required to have the appropriate health insurance coverage.
- There are two types of insurance:
- UHIP (University Health Insurance Plan)All international students residing in Ontario are required to purchase UHIP. For more details on this insurance plan, please visit the UHIP website or contact the York International team at UHIP@yorku.ca.
- SupplementalAll international students are required to purchase supplemental health and dental coverage.
- The type of insurance you require and the amount you will pay will depend on your level of study ( Graduate or Undergraduate ), length of study, and number of credit hours taken. Please see this link for a detailed look.
- We encourage newly admitted students to apply for on-campus housing early. Please refer to the arrival guide for more detail.
- Work Permits
- Degree-seeking students may work off-campus for up to 20 hours per week on a study term and full-time on a break term with a valid off-campus work permit. You will be eligible to apply for an off-campus work permit after 6 months of full-time study.
- Upon completion of degree requirements, full-time students will be able to apply for a post-graduate work permit which is an open work permit valid for up to three years.
- Students must obtain a social insurance number in order to work in Canada and require a study permit and contract of employment or a work permit to apply.
- There are several permanent residency alternatives available to students planning to immigrate to Canada after completing their studies.
- Processing times vary by permit and are updated regularly on the Citizenship and Immigration Canada's application processing times page.
- Study Permits
- International students must apply for a study permit before arriving in Canada. Please consult the study permit processing times for the average wait times by country based on a complete application. We recommend applying at least 3 months in advance of the start of your program.
- International students from the following countries require a temporary resident visa (visitor visa) to enter Canada. Students must apply to the visa office that serves their country of nationality and are advised to apply for a multiple entry visa.
- Students with a valid study permit may work on-campus.
Learn more about the opportunities available to you as a Schulich student:
Meet with an undergraduate academic advisor in the Undergraduate Programs Unit (UPU) to discuss program requirements, any challenges you may be experiencing, or simply to make sure you are on track. It is recommended that you regularly meet with an undergraduate academic advisor during your time at Schulich. You can also contact the Undergraduate Programs Unit for information on enrolment, fees & financial aid, exchange, and much more.
Contact the UPU by email firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone 416-736-5081.
Couselling & Disability Services also provides a range of services, including personal counselling, group development workshops, learning skills training, support and academic accommodation for students with learning, mental health, physical, sensory and medical disabilities.
Get a jump start on your career by meeting with an industry expert from the Career Development Centre (CDC) who can provide you with guidance and tools for self-assessment and job search skill development (research, target, network, interview, negotiate, etc).
|Explore the rich selection of international opportunities through Schulich's exchange programs with leading business institutions from around the world.|
|Get Involved. Get Noticed. That’s a recurring message in the advice given by Schulich students and alumni. Take advantage of countless opportunities to enrich your formal, in-class learning with extracurricular activities. Click here for information about the Undergraduate Business Council, other publications, business and non-business related clubs, Sports and recreational activities.|
Sports & Social
|There are a host of opportunities to build strong connections with fellow students by participating in social, sports and recreational activities.|
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