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The Columbia MBA
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Columbia Business School was founded in 1916, thanks in part to a generous gift from banking executive Emerson McMillin. Eleven faculty members taught the inaugural class of 61 students, which included eight women.
Study in United States of America
- The US is the most popular destination for international students while American universities often dominate the global rankings.
- As can be expected of a country with a population of 325 million, the US has a diverse range of cities and universities to choose from.
- The United States is the world’s greatest economic power in terms of gross domestic product and has been among the world’s highest-ranking countries in terms of GDP per capita. The US economy is marked by resilience, flexibility, and innovation.
The Columbia MBA prepares you today to lead in the rapidly changing business world of tomorrow. The comprehensive and forward-looking curriculum builds the foundation for success in all fields while offering deep insights into specific industries.
With unmatched access to business as it unfolds, plus a vital community of diverse thinkers, graduates leave here informed, adaptive, and ready to solve real-world business challenges with innovative solutions.
Enroll at Columbia Business School and experience the power of knowledge. The 150 full-time faculty are transforming business strategies across the globe. Joining them are more than 20 Executives in Residence and over 100 adjunct faculty practitioners who come from leading corporations to share their wealth of experience. Informed in real time by the quickly shifting business landscape, they teach a transformative and ever-evolving curriculum that empowers graduates to create opportunities in any industry.
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