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Looking to boost your Sales skills, network with professionals, and learn from bestselling authors like Jeffrey Gitomer and Ron Tite? Through the INSIDER, The Art of Sales has extended a discount to Schulich students for their upcoming conference. Tickets are $200 each, less than half the price that a non-student …

The UBS Halloween Pub Night, hosted on Wednesday October 26, 2016, was a tremendous success. Planned to begin on the eve of this semester’s co-curricular days, the party presented an opportunity for Schulich students to relax, build friendships with fellow students, and enjoy the downtown scene. The theme was “Nightmare” …

Calling all business-leaders to be: The INSIDER magazine has secured student pricing for Toronto’s premier leadership conference, The Art of Leadership. The conference takes place on Friday October 21 and will feature top leaders from Canada and abroad including Marshall Goldsmith, Sir Ken Robinson, Neil Pasricha, and Peter Aceto. These leaders will share …

With much fanfare, the official ground-breaking ceremony for Schulich’s new Graduate Studies and Research building occurred on Friday, September 30th, 2016. The event attracted donors, students, faculty, alumni, and YorkU leadership. The event was closely coordinated with the “Leading Change” campaign, a branch of York University’s ambitious “This is Impact” …

If you find yourself compiling a list of clubs to join this year, make sure it includes Schulich’s very own Undergraduate Ambassador Program. This club allows you to not only reach out to Schulich’s prospective students, but also engage in the Schulich community and show off your school spirit. Out …

Young, tech-savvy entrepreneurs have challenged the traditional methods of business for quite some time. From Facebook changing how we keep in touch to Uber changing how we travel, and most recently Kickstarter changing how we finance start-ups, one might think we’ve reached our peak. However, the near future holds the …

In many aspects of life we use animals to represent different types of people. Leaders are the “top dogs”, big spenders are “whales” and the list goes on. So what animal do junior bankers get? They get stuck with the monkey, the idea here being that their nearly-human level intelligence gives …

It is never too early to start mapping out your journey at Schulich and begin exploring the many specializations available. While many of your fellow classmates may tread down the ever so popular paths of accounting, finance or marketing, perhaps you will seek a path less travelled. Perhaps you may …

It seems just like yesterday I was at my enrolment appointment, trying to figure out how Schulich works and what type of person I was going to be throughout my university career. Looking back on those first few days at Schulich, here’s what I wish someone had told me. Stop …