Columbia Business School Launches ‘Notes to the Next Class’

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Columbia Launches Notes to the Next ClassColumbia Business School has announced the launch of a new online space called Notes to the Next Class. Here, current students as well as the 41,000-plus alumni around the world can pass along their knowledge to future MBA classes by sharing photos, videos, advice, favorite memories and other stories from their time at Columbia Business School.

With the new website, the idea is that generations of students can compare their experiences on campus, resulting in a shared celebration of history at the school. Community members are free to post notes and related media, and also to read what their colleagues from other eras have shared on the same topic.

The site is organized by major business school milestones, including everything from being accepted and attending orientation to graduating and starting a career. Through the series "Quick Quotes," visitors get a feel for the Columbia Business School experience in a brief, text-only format. Whether offering inspiration, motivation or advice to future students, these bite-sized words of wisdom from alumni provide further proof of why Columbia Business School places as one of the top MBA programs in the United States.

If Columbia is one of your target schools, this is a great new resource you must check out.

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