Both the Schulich BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) and iBBA (International Bachelor of Business Administration) offer the best undergraduate business education that Canada has to offer.

What makes Schulich unique?

  • Direct entry from high school into a four-year Honours BBA or iBBA degree program.
  • Small class sizes of 25–55 students.
  • Ample opportunities to internationalize your degree through exchange and short-term study abroad programs.
  • An innovative i/BBA Case Competition Preparation Program.
  • Strong connections with Schulich alumni and upper-year mentorship opportunities.
  • Dedicated Career Development Centre (CDC) offering career coaching, industry advising, interview preparation, and more.

The Schulich Advantage

At Schulich you will enjoy a rich and rewarding environment where you are constantly challenged by our award-winning faculty, cutting-edge curriculum, and the drive and passion of your classmates.

Join a global network of more than 29,000 alumni in over 90 countries. Benefit from the innovative programs and diverse tapestry of ideas from a school that is consistently ranked among the leading business schools in the world, and #1 in Canada.

Global rankings​

  • Schulich’s MBA program is ranked #1 in Canada by The Economist, Forbes and CNN Expansión, and #1 in the world by Corporate Knights for its integration of social, ethical, and environmental impact management issues into its MBA curriculum.
  • Schulich’s Kellogg-Schulich EMBA program is ranked #1 in Canada by The Financial Times of London and #5 in the world by The Economist.

Business Administration

Align yourself with one of the world’s leading business schools. The Schulich School of Business in Toronto, ranked among the best of the best, offers two of Canada’s most prestigious degrees: the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and the International Bachelor of Business Administration (iBBA). When you graduate from Schulich — Canada’s Global Business School™ — you will have the sharp skills and knowledge necessary for success in today’s global marketplace.

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