Business is evolving more rapidly than ever before. The challenges are more complex, the stakes are higher, and the players are increasingly global. The only constant today is change, and Columbia Business School prepares its students not just to navigate change, but to use it to create new opportunities.
What you learn from our faculty members will be instantly applicable in real-world situations. Youll gain firsthand insights into their transformative research and a behind-the-scenes perspective from their extensive industry experience. With this knowledge in hand, you and your learning team will work to develop innovative solutions to real-world business problems.
At the very heart of our philosophy is the entrepreneurial mindset. Our courses will teach you to emphasize your individual initiative by identifying, valuing, and capturing opportunity no matter what field youre in.
Columbia Business Schools core curriculum consists of two full-term courses and nine half-term courses.
A bachelors degree or its equivalent from an accredited institution is required for admission to Columbia Business School.Applicants should report their grade point average as it appears on their transcript.All applicants must submit a self-reported GMAT (preferred) or GRE score.Applicants must complete one short answer question and three essays.All first-time applications require two recommendations.Applicants may be invited interview with one of our alumni. English Language Requirements IELTS band: 7.5 TOEFL paper-based test score : 600 TOEFL iBT® test: 100
Through the generosity of individual, corporate, and foundation donors, Columbia Business School offers full- and partial-tuition fellowships to a number of exceptionally gifted students based on a variety of criteria, including academic excellence, geographic and personal background, and professional experience.
Columbia Business School offers partial-tuition scholarships to qualified candidates, both domestic and international. Scholarships are mostly need-based, however, certain named scholarships have a merit component.