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Study for an MBA at Columbia Business School in New York

Reputation. Location. Global focus. A diverse and entrepreneurial student body. Impressive intellectual capital drawn from a world-renowned faculty. Leadership and momentum in business education. Distinguished alumni. An unparalleled network. Columbia Business School s competitive advantages ensure its preeminence.

A Class Apart

One of the most selective business schools in the world, Columbia receives thousands of applications each year. Those accepted learn from one another, from the 80 or so noted practitioners who serve as adjunct professors and from the 118 full-time faculty members whose ideas shape business worldwide. They also enjoy regular access to international business leaders and enjoy life in a vibrant metropolis a cultural capital as well as a global business center.

The Ivy League Edge

Columbia Business School students also gain the benefits of being part of a university long known for its intellectual capital and cutting-edge research.

Sixty-four Nobel Prize winners have taught or studied at Columbia, including current Business School faculty member Joseph Stiglitz, who won the Nobel Prize in economics in 2001.

Dual degree programs allow MBA students a choice of 11 degrees at other schools at the University.

Return on Investment

Columbia MBA students are extremely attractive to corporate recruiters, who actively recruit on behalf of as many as 600 employers on campus each year, holding thousands of interviews. The 2003 Forbes ranking, based on return on investment, placed Columbia Business School No. 2. The survey measured the pre-MBA and post-graduate income of the class of 1998. An article accompanying the magazine s previous survey was titled The Whiz Kids and singled out the class of 1969 as one of the most successful classes ever to graduate from a business school. What did these graduates like about Columbia? Its curriculum, international diversity and proximity to Wall Street.

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(212) 854-1961

216 Uris Hall, Columbia University, 3022 Broadway, New York, NY 10027

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Contact

(212) 854-1961

216 Uris Hall, Columbia University, 3022 Broadway, New York, NY 10027

Website