Columbia Business School’s 2017 Entering Class Profile

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 Who makes up Columbia Business School’s (CBS) class of 2017?

Here’s a look at who makes up Columbia Business School’s (CBS) entering class of 2017, taken from the CBS website.

• Applications received: 6188

• Students accepted: 1019

• Students enrolled: 753, divided into 11 clusters

• Women: 41%

• U.S. minorities: 34%

• International students: 43%

• Average GMAT score: 724

• Middle 80% GMAT score: 690-760

• Average undergraduate GPA: 3.5

• Middle 80% undergraduate GPA: 3.2-3.9

• Average work experience: 5 years

• Middle 80% work experience: 3-8 years

• Average age: 28

• Middle 80% age range: 25-31

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