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Full-Time

12 months English EQUIS, AMBA 54,100 CAD
12 months English EQUIS, AMBA 54,100 CAD
Features:
  • Program length is flexible; graduates of Schulich's BBA or iBBA program can complete the program in as few as eight months.
  • Students can sit for the CPA Common Final Examination (CFE) upon graduation.
12 months English EQUIS, AMBA GMAT Required 76,400 CAD
Features:
  • Tuition refers to cost for international students; Canadian residents pay $59,800.
12 months English EQUIS, AMBA GMAT Required 76,400 CAD
Features:
  • Tuition refers to cost for international students; domestic students pay $59,800
12 months English EQUIS, AMBA 76,400 CAD
12 months English EQUIS, AMBA 72,700 CAD
Features:
  • Tuition refers to cost for international students. Canadian residents pay $55,600 CAD
12 months English EQUIS, AMBA 76,400 CAD
Features:
  • Tuition refers to cost for international students; Canadian residents pay $59,800 CAD
  • Program length is flexible; can be completed between eight and 12 months

Part-Time

24 months English EQUIS, AMBA 76,400 CAD
Features:
  • Tuition refers to cost for international students; Canadian residents pay $59,800 CAD
  • Program length is flexible; can be completed between 16 and 24 months
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