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2017 Columbia Business School Class Profile

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2017 Columbia Business School Class Profile [#permalink]

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Let’s take a look at who makes up Columbia’s class of 2017 (from the CBS website)…

• Applications received: 5829

• Students accepted: 1048

• Students enrolled: 762 (Aug. entry class size – 559; Jan. entry class size – 203)

• Women: 36%

• U.S. minorities: 35%

• International students: 42%

• Average GMAT score: 715

• Middle 80% GMAT score: 680-760

• Average undergraduate GPA: 3.5

• Middle 80% undergraduate GPA: 3.1-3.8

• Average work experience: 5 years

• Middle 80% work experience: 3-7 years

• Average age: 28

• Middle 80% age range: 25-31

• Age range: 22-40

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Do you want to be counted among Columbia’s next crop of students? Come to our webinar Get Accepted to Columbia Business School to learn the steps you need to take to discover your competitive advantage and GET ACCEPTED!

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Podcast Interview With the Columbia Business School Admissions Team
The Applicants That Stand Out at Columbia Business School

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