July 21, 2021

Columbia Business School Essay Guidance (2021-2022)

We have news for you! Read below for our guidance on this year’s CBS essay questions: Short Answer Question: What is your immediate post-MBA professional goal? (50 characters maximum) Examples of possible responses:  “Work in..

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July 7, 2021

Please Welcome Our Newest Coach — Melanie Espeland!

We have a new addition to our Team of Experts here at Admitify! Meet Melanie Espeland. Melanie received her BS from Cornell University and her MBA from Columbia Business School. A former McKinsey & Company..

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June 8, 2021

2021-22 Deadlines & Essay Updates

Now is the best time to get started on your MBA application! If you start now with a school whose essay prompts have been released, you’ll get an early edge on applicants who wait. The..

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January 24, 2020

The Tamer Center for Social Enterprise: Camira Powell ’20

Columbia Business School has a very interesting elective co-taught by Professors Todd Jick and Bruce Usher. “Bridging the American Divide” examines that divide, the causes and consequences of it, and challenges students to come up..

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January 22, 2020

Columbia Business School: New Faculty and Electives Introduced for the 2019–2020 Academic Year

Columbia Business School states that their MBA program prepares students to “lead, build, and manage enterprises while instilling an awareness of the societal effects of business decisions.” The following are some of their new electives..

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December 4, 2019

Every MBA Needs Tech Skills—Not Just Those Headed for Silicon Valley

Increasingly, business schools are adding technology courses to their programs as more graduates enter a workforce that is hungry for leaders who can communicate between data scientists and managers. NYU Stern has created the 12-month..

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