Columbia Business School (CBS) requires its applicants to submit a short-answer goal statement of just 50 words and three somewhat concise written essays. Like the goal statement, CBS’s first essay prompt is about candidates’ career aspirations, but in the long term and in much more depth (at 500 words). For their second essay, applicants must … Read More
Blog: Archive for the “Columbia University (Columbia Business School)” Category
Columbia Business School (CBS) offers a series of student-run conferences throughout the year that give both first- and second-year students the opportunity to expand their knowledge across a variety of disciplines via panels and keynote speaker addresses, and to network with like-minded students, conference sponsors (who are often also big CBS recruiters), and even industry … Read More
Many MBA applicants feel that they are purchasing a brand when they choose a business school. However, the educational experience you will have is what is crucial to your future, and no one will affect your education more than your professors. Today, we focus on Jonathan Knee from Columbia Business School (CBS). Jonathan Knee is the Michael … Read More
Already well known as a finance powerhouse, Columbia Business School (CBS) stepped up its finance game in 2010 with the establishment of the Program for Financial Studies. This umbrella initiative connects faculty who approach financial studies from a variety of disciplines with students, alumni, and external organizations. The program’s main goals are to support research, to … Read More
Watch Our Exclusive Webinar with Admissions Directors from CBS, Yale SOM, Michigan Ross, UVA Darden, and Chicago Booth!
Recently, mbaMission Founder/President Jeremy Shinewald hosted a webinar with admissions directors from Columbia Business School (CBS), Chicago Booth, Michigan Ross, UVA Darden, and the Yale School of Management (SOM) to discuss the rapidly changing dynamics of the MBA application landscape as we are (hopefully) nearing the tail end of the coronavirus pandemic. Our thanks go … Read More