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Columbia Business School

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Columbia Business School
Average GMAT Score717GMAT Range550-780
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Class Size776Average Work Experience60 Months
Applicant DeadlinesR1:04-Oct-2017
R2:31-Dec-1969
R3:31-Dec-1969
Decision DatesR1:31-Dec-1969
Length of Program21 MonthsPlacement Information

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For almost a century, Columbia Business School has been into educating leaders of future equipped with skills, competency, entrepreneurial mindset, and insight to not only lead but to shape the economy of the future. The school's eminence is rooted in the strength of its continuous curriculum innovation which emphasizes on business skills, ethical issues, social awareness and entrepreneurship. This is supported by world renowned 116 member full time faculty who bring not only their vast business experience into their class but also develop new ideas/theories which are adopted and followed in business practices. Columbia offers some great innovative programs like Program on Social Intelligence (PSI), The Entrepreneurship Program and Social Enterprise Program. The school maintains exchange programs with 25 leading graduate management institutions around the world.

The truly global B-School factor is supported by the fact that 40% of the student body represents more than 86 nations who speak some 94 languages. The school has 90 student clubs and more than 100 events are offered in a week

With influential alumni strength of 38,000 from 115 countries, the students are benefited by them as mentors, recruiters and speaker. To be a part of this powerful network for lifetime, you require an average GMAT score of 709, you need to be an achiever with leadership qualities as well as be a team player and proven intellectual prowess. These capabilities have to be shown through the essays supported by the recommendations

So for making the application a unique and successful one, the applicant should be able to secure an admit only with proper guidance of experts. General Education being the group of thorough experienced professionals compounded with profound professional capabilities of guiding applicants to write impressive and successful B-School applications would believe that to happen with your collaboration with us. We help you in your journey towards your dream B-School.

Columbia Essays 2017-18:

Short Answer Question:
What is your immediate post-MBA professional goal? (50 characters maximum)

Essay 1:
Through your resume and recommendations, we have a clear sense of your professional path to date. What are your career goals over the next 3-5 years and what, in your imagination, would be your long-term dream job? (500 words)

Essay 2:
The full-time MBA experience includes academics, recruiting, and networking. What are your personal priorities and how do you anticipate allocating your time at Columbia Business School? (250 words)

Essay 3:
Please select and answeroneof the following essay questions: (250 words)
a. Please tell us what you feel most passionate about in life.
b. If you were given a free day and could spend it anywhere, in any way you choose, what would you do?

Optional Essay:
Is there any further information that you wish to provide the Admissions Committee? If so, use this space to provide an explanation of any areas of concern in your academic record or your personal history. This does not need to be a formal essay. You may submit bullet points. (Maximum 500 Words)

Columbia Essays 2015-16

Applicants must complete one short answer question and three essays.

Short Answer Question:

What is your immediate post-MBA professional goal? (50 characters maximum)

Essay 1:

Through your resume and recommendations, we have a clear sense of your professional path to date. What are your career goals going forward, and how will the Columbia MBA help you achieve them? (Maximum 500 words)

Essay 2:

Columbia Business School’s location enables us to bridge theory and practice in multiple ways: through Master Classes, internships, the New York Immersion Seminars, and, most importantly, through a combination of distinguished research faculty and accomplished practitioners. How will you take advantage of being “at the very center of business”? (Maximum 250 words)

Essay 3:

CBS Matters, a key element of the School’s culture, allows the people in your Cluster to learn more about you on a personal level. What will your Clustermates be pleasantly surprised to learn about you? (Maximum 250 words)

Optional Essay:

An optional fourth essay will allow you to discuss any issues that do not fall within the purview of the required essays.

     
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