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Columbia Jterm or Regular [#permalink] New post 31 Jul 2007, 07:34
I planned to apply for J-term ( suits my ST/LT goals ) but Columbia has reduced the J-term intake from 3 to 2.

I think this will make J-term as competitive as the regular MBA...

Any one with a similar dilemma?
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Re: Columbia Jterm or Regular [#permalink] New post 31 Jul 2007, 15:49
Yeah I thought about it, but I am going for J-Term.

A question that I have is, if I didnt get in J-Term, would they still consider my application for fall 2008 in round 2 ?


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I planned to apply for J-term ( suits my ST/LT goals ) but Columbia has reduced the J-term intake from 3 to 2.

I think this will make J-term as competitive as the regular MBA...

Any one with a similar dilemma?
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Re: Columbia Jterm or Regular [#permalink] New post 31 Jul 2007, 15:57
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Yeah I thought about it, but I am going for J-Term.

A question that I have is, if I didnt get in J-Term, would they still consider my application for fall 2008 in round 2 ?


Yes...you can apply for the Regular Round 2....
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 [#permalink] New post 02 Aug 2007, 07:52
I am also debating the two. Jterm is going to be super competitive this year, I think chances are much better with Sept ED. From what I know for Sept ED people with 3.0 GPAs from mediocre schools, approx 700 GMATs, regular work experience can get in as long as they write good essays and show they that they love columbia, etc.

I don't think you apply to both. Pretty sure you can only apply to 1 term per year. Jan 08 or Sept 08 I think you can only pick one and that's it. I could be wrong, but can you let us know where you got your info?

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 [#permalink] New post 18 Aug 2007, 11:59
Hey, this is slightly off topic, but do guys know of any other good j-term programs? Columbia is one of the only ones I've seen.
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 [#permalink] New post 19 Aug 2007, 00:25
INSEAD....there might be others as well...anybody else know?
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