Columbia Business School: Do You Have What it Takes?

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An MBA is a serious investment in your future – it’s two years away from your money-earning career, but it provides great training, a powerful credential, and a network that you’ll have for the rest of your life. Those benefits are why your application strategy is so important: choosing (and getting accepted to) the right school for your goals can determine whether your MBA experience is amazing or just so-so.

Applying successfully to a top MBA program like Columbia takes organization, effort, smarts, and strategy. With Columbia’s rolling admissions schedule and January 3 merit aid deadline, it’s time to get serious about crafting and implementing that strategy.

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