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Columbia Business School Course Catalog
[November 22, 2017 – 01:48 pm]
Columbia Business School Course Catalog

Pierre Yared, Associate Professor of Business, talks about his core course Global Economic Environment. Columbia Business School’s core curriculum consists of two full-term courses and eight half-term courses. A staple of the Columbia experience, the core curriculum is designed to give students an in-depth mastery of the academic disciplines and applied functional areas necessary to every business leader’s success. Taught by both full-time professors and practitioners, the core leaves students with more than just practical knowledge; case-based lessons and collaborative learning…

Columbia Business School application Deadlines
[October 23, 2017 – 01:27 pm]
Columbia Business School application Deadlines

Please Note: Because the admissions office will be closed December 31 - January 3, and will be unavailable to answer any last minute questions you might have during that time, we are extending our Merit Based Fellowship deadline to Friday, January 6 at 11:59pm New York Time. One MBA, Two Paths Columbia Business School students may enroll in either or . The two paths, each comprised of four terms, merge in the fall of the second year to complete electives as a single class. The paths are identical in terms of competitiveness of admissions, academic rigor, and student resources…

Columbia Business School online
[October 3, 2017 – 01:16 pm]
Columbia Business School online

The Driving Strategic Impact program is designed for executives of all levels who are looking to improve your effectiveness in solving strategy problems and in becoming a trusted advisor for colleagues and clients. What recent participants are saying about the program: I consider myself an experienced business development professional, having done several large scale projects in my tenure with Hewlett Packard (HP). But I can’t tell you how grateful I am to have joined Driving Strategic Impact (Online)

Columbia Business School Healthcare
[August 16, 2017 – 06:24 pm]
Columbia Business School Healthcare

Welcome to the 13th Annual Columbia Business School Healthcare Conference! We are excited about this year’s theme “Shaping Healthcare s Future: Delivering Value along the Continuum of Care, ” as we bring together experts from across the full spectrum of the healthcare industry to discuss and debate the dramatic changes underway to align incentives, improve health outcomes, and “bend the cost curve.” The day kicks off with a Keynote Address by Joaquin Duato, the Executive Vice President and Worldwide Chairman, Pharmaceuticals at Johnson & Johnson. Joaquin is also the…

Columbia Business School Admissions Office
[August 14, 2017 – 06:16 pm]
Columbia Business School Admissions Office

If you are a professional whose career reflects achievement and leadership potential, the Columbia Business School Executive MBA Program may be right for you. Ours is a program designed for high-achieving executives. Many of our current students work in the banking, healthcare, law, media, and nonprofit sectors. More than half receive partial or full sponsorships from supportive employers who know they will get an exceptional return on their investment. Application process . It really is a process. Your application will require that you assemble a variety of materials. Importantly…

Columbia Business School Wiki
[August 4, 2017 – 06:06 pm]
Columbia Business School Wiki

International Development Consulting Project Travel Fund — Overview The Tamer Center for Social Enterprise provides financial support to Columbia MBA students who complete international development consulting projects involving travel outside the United States during intersession periods. The International Development Consulting Project (IDCP) Travel Fund covers airfare costs incurred as part of the consulting project. Projects initiated by non-governmental organizations (NGOs), public, and nonprofit organizations will be given preference over startup ventures and companies

Columbia Business School Cross Registration
[August 2, 2017 – 06:03 pm]
Columbia Business School Cross Registration

The site will not be active outside of the period of time listed. Only seats with appropriate open capacity will be made available for cross-registration application. If a course is not made available to cross-registrants through the application process, there is no other form of appeal to gain access to the course. Non-Business School students may take no more than 3 credits of business school courses (this includes Block Week, MBA, PhD, and EMBA courses) per semester and no more than 12 credits during their entire Columbia course of study. Note that Non-Business School students…

Columbia Business School Finance
[July 21, 2017 – 05:52 pm]
Columbia Business School Finance

Over half of Columbia Business School students take advantage of federal and private loan programs to help finance their MBAs. Students should wait to apply for loans until after they have been admitted, as upon admission applicants will gain access to a site with loan application timing information and process. Please read below about each type of loan available to our students. Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loans US citizens and permanent residents may apply for fixed-rate Federal Direct Loans by completing a FAFSA. Federal Direct Loans carry a 5.31% fixed interest rate for…

Columbia Business School Entrepreneurship
[July 15, 2017 – 05:39 pm]
Columbia Business School Entrepreneurship

This tool is meant to help Columbia Business School students navigate the entrepreneurship-relevant courses offered in the School. THINK Course Roadmap → Learn the basics of entrepreneurship and develop an entrepreneurial mindset. This track is for any student who would like to adopt an entrepreneurial way of thinking, problem solving and business growth. This track is meant for the student who recognizes the value and importance of entrepreneurial thinking in today’s economy and world, irrespective of whether they plan to start a business in the near term. Th

Columbia Business School application status
[July 11, 2017 – 05:38 pm]
Columbia Business School application status

Your online application will go through several stages: Application Submitted/Received We have received all required application components and have begun to review your application. During this stage, your application is reviewed by at least two admissions officers, after which you ll be either invited to interview or denied admission. Please note that August-entry Regular Decision applications will not be reviewed earlier than December 1. For all terms of entry, our goal is either to invite applicants for an interview or deny admission within six weeks of a completed application…

British Columbia Business School
[June 21, 2017 – 05:21 pm]
British Columbia Business School

The School of Business is recognized for our enduring commitment to teaching and research excellence and focus on issues confronting Canadian business and society. We help the communities and organizations of central and northern British Columbia to act on a world stage. Our graduates possess the confidence, determination, and capability to transform business. Our Goals: To enable our students to fulfill their potential through our commitment to teaching excellence and our focus on them as individuals

Columbia Business School acceptance rate
[April 10, 2017 – 04:11 pm]
Columbia Business School acceptance rate

The Columbia MBA acceptance rate is on the higher side for a top 10 school, at around 18%. Despite the deceptively high acceptance rate, Columbia is still a tough school to gain admission. I built a predictive model which can give you some insight into what the Columbia Business School admissions committee is looking for in applicants. Columbia MBA Acceptance Rate by GMAT As expected, Columbia MBA acceptance rate increases as GMAT rises. The average GMAT score is an impressive 719. Increasing GMAT score by 100 points from 650 to 750 increases odds of acceptance by 140%, which…

Columbia Business School requirements
[April 8, 2017 – 04:10 pm]
Columbia Business School requirements

Please keep the following hardware requirements in mind when selecting a laptop to use in the Business School. Systems purchased within the past two (2) years will typically be outfitted with the recommended features. Please confirm that your laptop meets these requirements. Remember that if your laptop does not meet the minimum requirements, among other issues, you will not have access to ITG Support Specialists, who are key to getting your computer configured for the School s network and keeping it correctly configured when you encounter problems. Most critically, your laptop…