All Your Questions about Columbia Business School – Answered!

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Register for the AMA- Ask Me Anything- with CBS Admissions Director Michael Robinson

When you’re applying for b-school, there are a lot of sources of information about the process – some of which are extremely helpful, and some of which may stress you out. What if you could immediately know that your time would not only be well spent, but that your questions would be answered authoritatively – by Michael Robinson, Director of MBA Admissions at Columbia Business School?

On Thursday, September 5th at 10am PT/1pm ET, we’ll be hosting an online AMA (Ask Me Anything) with Michael Robinson of CBS. Michael will provide an overview of the application process as well as his expert advice on what Columbia is looking for in a successful application. Then he’ll take your questions – live! Accepted’s CEO Linda Abraham will moderate the conversation.

If you’re planning to apply to CBS, this is your chance to get the inside scoop. Come with your questions – and come ready to learn from other people’s questions.

The AMA is free, but you must register to reserve your seat.

Register now!
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