Don’t Miss Your Chance for an Inside Look at Columbia Business School!

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Register for our AMA (Ask Me Anything) with CBS Director of Admissions, Michael Robinson

Columbia Business School. It’s “At the Very Center of Business” – and its graduates go on to accomplish amazing things across a dazzling variety of fields and functions.

It’s also very hard to get into and last year turned away 85% of those who applied. Those successful applicants who become CBS students are driven, entrepreneurial, and very smart. Do you have what it takes to join them?

If you want to find out, join us for a virtual AMA – Ask Me Anything – on Thursday, September 5th at 10am PT/1pm ET with Michael Robinson, Director of MBA Admissions at Columbia Business School. Michael will share his insider perspective on the admissions process and on what Columbia is looking for. And – most exciting! – Michael will take your questions. The event will be moderated by Accepted founder Linda Abraham, so you’ll get a double-dose of admissions expertise!

Register today to reserve your spot.

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