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Columbia Business School

At the Forefront of an Evolving Business Landscape

For more than 100 years, Columbia Business School has been a trailblazer in business education in New York City, giving students access to some of the worlds most prominent leaders and resources.

With the school’s pending move to the universitys state-of-the-art Manhattanville Campus a 17-acre center for educationthere will be even more opportunities for students, faculty, and leaders to gather and exchange ideas about social intelligence, leadership, management, teamwork, and negotiation. One goal of the move is to foster an innovative community that contributes to the transformation of an ever-evolving global corporate landscape. 

The school is part of Columbia University and has numerous opportunities for students to become leaders. Its offerings include various MBA programs and Master of Science degrees in disciplines like marketing science and financial economics.

The variety of courses available and campus resources beyond the classroomlike clubs and elective coursesmeans students can pursue the education that fits their goals. Watch graduates share what this means for them. 

School Details

Location

New York City, New York

Institution Type

Private

Campus Setting

City

English language Exam(s) accepted

TOEFL, IELTS, PTE

Admission Test(s) Accepted

GRE, GMAT, Executive Assessment

Minimum Age for Admission

18

Prior Work Experience Required

Yes, More than 2 years

Link(s) to Admission Information

Admissions Deadline

Rolling

Annual Tuition & Fees

$196,200 USD

Links to info on Financial Aid

Types of Housing

Student residences

Graduate Enrollment

800 EMBA; 1,600 MBA

Total Enrollment

2,400

% of International Students (Graduate)

17%

Top Programs/Field of Study

Business (MBA or Executive MBA)

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Why Leadership in Emerging Markets Is Different

Your talent pool won’t be as deep in an emerging market, and you’ll need to flex different leadership muscles, says Jesse Wu, former chairman of China at Johnson & Johnson and a Lulu Chow Wang Senior Visiting Scholar at Columbia Business School. “I always said to my staff, ‘In an emerging market, you have to be prepared to do things two levels below your rank.’” Watch the full video here.