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Calling all CBS Applicants - (2015 Intake) Class of 2017

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Hi all, a couple questions about Columbia:

- I'm planning to apply for 2017 intake ED. when should i start preparing my application?
- When is the best time to visit Columbia? I will be flying from overseas, so thorough planning is crucial.

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Hello a03b,

If you have already taken the GMAT and are happy with the score thats the biggest thing. Since the GMAT is good for 5 years I highly recommend you have your final score ready the year before you apply so you don't have to worry about that piece. It can be done while prepping for the application but I left it to the last second and it created a lot more stress than needed. Otherwise the application itself and the essays questions will change a little from year to year so beginning in May of the year you will apply I would:

1. Update your resume, tons of good youtube videos out there for tips on a MBA application resume
2. Identify the people you will use as recommenders. While you won't know exactly what their requirements will be make sure they know you well and will write an appropriately knowledgeable recommendation. For many applicants this is also the hardest step because everything else is generally in your control but it can be a tedious process waiting on others who are trying to help but sometimes slow the process down. If they fully understand your goals and the timelines associated with the application then they should be able to start with an outline about you and your work and then when the questions are released to them they have already been thinking about how best to approach writing a recommendation.
3. Review the previous years essays and create your own outlines. Your essay questions could be completely different but that is unlikely, they will most likely be similar if not identical for the short answer versions. Even if they do change you have at least started to think about how you want to approach your application and what points you want to get across. Again, there are a lot of good youtube videos and blogs out there with tips and considerations for answering the questions.

As far as visiting campus I would definitely go during the school year, check the academic calendar and plan around exam times so you are able to visit a class or two with lecture in session as opposed to exam prep. If you speak with admissions they will know best but they also plan weekends specifically for prospective student visits you may want to look into that. Depending on where you are coming from, if it is a warm place and you have never really dealt with the cold it may be a good idea to visit during the winter just to make sure you are comfortable enough in a northeastern US winter. No one really likes the cold and blustery winter days, but many of us can tolerate them fine, some people however absolutely can't so its just an extra thought.

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Anyone here submitted his/her application around 03/27? Since it's a rolling process (and I know I'm late in the game), I'm just curious to see whether/when people who submitted an application around the same time as I did hear from the school. Thanks for sharing!
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Business school rankings are forever a hot topic, and we really liked the assessment strategies put forth by Dean Glenn Hubbard of Columbia Business School in a recent essay for Fortune on whether MBA rankings really matter.

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It’s human nature to want to experience the best of anything, Hubbard points out, which explains why so many applicants flock to the business school programs that continuously top the rankings. But the dean suggests that applicants take a closer look at the students of the programs they are targeting as they come up with their shortlist of schools.

“It’s in the student network that you will find the metrics that matter for assessing any business school: inputs and outputs,” he explains. The economist that he is, Hubbard speaks of inputs as in applications—the volume of applications a school receives and whether that figure is trending up or down over time.

“It stands to reason that the marketplace of prospective students will send the most applications to the best schools, which will, in turn, have more selective admission rates,” says the dean.

The other side of the coin, the outputs, refers to what happens to MBA grads once they enter the job market. Employers want the best employees money can buy, and, says Hubbard, students will receive good job offers if the job market believes they have received a valuable education. “Schools that routinely graduate classes at full or near-full employment, with good job satisfaction, have reason to believe they’re receiving a vote of confidence from the market,” he says.

Aside from inputs and outputs, Hubbard urges future applicants to consider other, no less important, points of comparison, which we have always advocated for as well. Candidates should determine how the location of the school will affect recruiting prospects, whether it has a strong reputation for the particular career path they plan on pursuing, and what kind of alumni network will they be able to tap into.

Ultimately, it’s about finding the best business school for you, and with a fair amount of introspection, plus exhaustive research, the options will become crystal clear.

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Business school rankings are forever a hot topic, and we really liked the assessment strategies put forth by Dean Glenn Hubbard of Columbia Business School in a recent essay for Fortune on whether MBA rankings really matter.

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It’s human nature to want to experience the best of anything, Hubbard points out, which explains why so many applicants flock to the business school programs that continuously top the rankings. But the dean suggests that applicants take a closer look at the students of the programs they are targeting as they come up with their shortlist of schools.

“It’s in the student network that you will find the metrics that matter for assessing any business school: inputs and outputs,” he explains. The economist that he is, Hubbard speaks of inputs as in applications—the volume of applications a school receives and whether that figure is trending up or down over time.

“It stands to reason that the marketplace of prospective students will send the most applications to the best schools, which will, in turn, have more selective admission rates,” says the dean.

The other side of the coin, the outputs, refers to what happens to MBA grads once they enter the job market. Employers want the best employees money can buy, and, says Hubbard, students will receive good job offers if the job market believes they have received a valuable education. “Schools that routinely graduate classes at full or near-full employment, with good job satisfaction, have reason to believe they’re receiving a vote of confidence from the market,” he says.

Aside from inputs and outputs, Hubbard urges future applicants to consider other, no less important, points of comparison, which we have always advocated for as well. Candidates should determine how the location of the school will affect recruiting prospects, whether it has a strong reputation for the particular career path they plan on pursuing, and what kind of alumni network will they be able to tap into.

Ultimately, it’s about finding the best business school for you, and with a fair amount of introspection, plus exhaustive research, the options will become crystal clear.

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Not exactly the right thread for it but ...

Columbia Business School has released its deadlines and essay questions for the upcoming admissions season!

Early Decision (binding) and Accelerated J-Term deadline: October 7, 2015 (only 23 weeks away! :wink: )
Fellowship Deadline for Regular Decision apps: January 6, 2016

The questions are nearly identical to what was asked in the just-closed season, with a focus on career goals and "why Columbia?":

  • Through your resume and recommendations, we have a clear sense of your professional path to date. What are your career goals going forward, and how will the Columbia MBA help you achieve them? (Maximum 500 words)
  • Columbia Business School’s location enables us to bridge theory and practice in multiple ways: through Master Classes, internships, the New York Immersion Seminars, and, most importantly, through a combination of distinguished research faculty and accomplished practitioners. How will you take advantage of being “at the very center of business”? (Maximum 250 words)
  • CBS Matters , a key element of the School’s culture, allows the people in your Cluster to learn more about you on a personal level. What will your Clustermates be pleasantly surprised to learn about you? (Maximum 250 words)

We talk through these on the
Columbia MBA page on the EssaySnark blahg.

Good luck to everyone awaiting word for the 2014-'15 application and also GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE TRYING IN THE NEW SEASON!!

Exciting stuff! :P
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Not exactly the right thread for it but ...

Columbia Business School has released its deadlines and essay questions for the upcoming admissions season!

Early Decision (binding) and Accelerated J-Term deadline: October 7, 2015 (only 23 weeks away! :wink: )
Fellowship Deadline for Regular Decision apps: January 6, 2016

The questions are nearly identical to what was asked in the just-closed season, with a focus on career goals and "why Columbia?":

  • Through your resume and recommendations, we have a clear sense of your professional path to date. What are your career goals going forward, and how will the Columbia MBA help you achieve them? (Maximum 500 words)
  • Columbia Business School’s location enables us to bridge theory and practice in multiple ways: through Master Classes, internships, the New York Immersion Seminars, and, most importantly, through a combination of distinguished research faculty and accomplished practitioners. How will you take advantage of being “at the very center of business”? (Maximum 250 words)
  • CBS Matters , a key element of the School’s culture, allows the people in your Cluster to learn more about you on a personal level. What will your Clustermates be pleasantly surprised to learn about you? (Maximum 250 words)

We talk through these on the
Columbia MBA page on the EssaySnark blahg.

Good luck to everyone awaiting word for the 2014-'15 application and also GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE TRYING IN THE NEW SEASON!!

Exciting stuff! :P


Cool essay questions! I liked how they decribed key program features and made them much more related to what the school offers. Columbia once again on the edge of essay questions. This will be a great opportunity for candidates to show their fit with the school
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Today’s global economy has two faces: one of exponential growth in developing countries, and the flip side—a voracious ravaging of resources by developed nations. While some business leaders continue to march in step to the “more is better” mantra, others are realizing that business as usual is not sustainable for our planet.

Earth Day may be commemorated officially on only one day of the year, but business schools around the country are using the occasion to show their dedication to tackling issues of climate change and sustainability that are at the core of doing green business.

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Here’s what’s going on this week at some of the top MBA programs:
Business Takes the Lead: How Innovation Will Drive Our Mitigation and Adaptation to Climate Change 2015 Conference, Wednesday, April 22, 2015, at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School

Fight Less, Collaborate More: How to Solve the World’s Greatest Environmental Challenges, Thursday April 23, 2015, at the Stanford Graduate School of Business


UCLA Anderson School of Management is on day two of its annual Social Innovation Week, which runs April 20-23, 2015. Panelists and speakers will discuss social entrepreneurship, social impact in media and entertainment, corporate social impact and one-for-one models.

UC Berkeley Haas School of Business announced yesterday that the team from the full-time MBA program took first place in the Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge, at Morgan Stanley’s London Headquarters on April 17. The winning team’s investment thesis was about drought mitigation innovation.

University of Michigan Ross School of Business announced today that influential Indian business leader, GV Sanjay Reddy, Vice Chairman GVK, will be the keynote speaker for Commencement on May 1st, 2015. At the event, he will share his views on the power of positive business, and how it creates a social impact on society.

And finally, Columbia Business School deserves a ‘shout out’ for its great article on the business case for going green.

This is just a sampling of the activities currently taking place on business school campuses, where sustainability and good stewardship are more than just buzz words—they are the very key to long-term economic growth and a better planet for future generations.

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Quick announcement: CBS pre-MBA travel is $100 off through Friday via http://www.tripweave.com/columbia/. Thanks!
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Quick announcement: CBS pre-MBA travel is $100 off through Friday via http://www.tripweave.com/columbia/. Thanks!


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Not exactly the right thread for it but ...

Columbia Business School has released its deadlines and essay questions for the upcoming admissions season!

Early Decision (binding) and Accelerated J-Term deadline: October 7, 2015 (only 23 weeks away! :wink: )
Fellowship Deadline for Regular Decision apps: January 6, 2016

The questions are nearly identical to what was asked in the just-closed season, with a focus on career goals and "why Columbia?":

  • Through your resume and recommendations, we have a clear sense of your professional path to date. What are your career goals going forward, and how will the Columbia MBA help you achieve them? (Maximum 500 words)
  • Columbia Business School’s location enables us to bridge theory and practice in multiple ways: through Master Classes, internships, the New York Immersion Seminars, and, most importantly, through a combination of distinguished research faculty and accomplished practitioners. How will you take advantage of being “at the very center of business”? (Maximum 250 words)
  • CBS Matters , a key element of the School’s culture, allows the people in your Cluster to learn more about you on a personal level. What will your Clustermates be pleasantly surprised to learn about you? (Maximum 250 words)

We talk through these on the
Columbia MBA page on the EssaySnark blahg.

Good luck to everyone awaiting word for the 2014-'15 application and also GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE TRYING IN THE NEW SEASON!!

Exciting stuff! :P


Thanks essaysnark. This time bit early, I think!

We'll start the NEW thread in few days.
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Quick announcement: CBS pre-MBA travel is $100 off through Friday via http://www.tripweave.com/columbia/. Thanks!


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To all admitted early decision students,
Firstly, congrats on your admission.
Secondly, I have a question on being admitted in the early decision timeline.
Is two weeks sufficient time to know if you can secure funding? Is there a risk of getting admitted to the program, making the $6K deposit and then not securing financing for the program? What's been your experience?

Apologies if this has been asked/answered before - a link would be great ;-)

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OUR RANKING OF BUSINESS SCHOOL PROGRAMS BY PERCENTAGE OF GRADUATES ENTERING THE TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY IN 2014.
Today's blog post is a follow up to our Top MBA Programs in Finance ranking. It's also our continued attempt at ranking top MBA programs by industry and based on publicly available data.

UC Berkeley Haas comes out on top when it comes to sending graduates (as a percentage of all graduates in 2014) back into the technology industry. UCLA Anderson is second, but it's not even close. Hands down, Haas is the place to be if you're into technology and want to work for a related firm in the industry.
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BUYER BEWARE
Now before you get too far into interpreting the numbers, a few words of caution. What we have done is an inaugural attempt at a numerically based ranking and its not perfect. It's based on our interpretation of the numbers put forth by top business schools.
  • Let us explain. Most MBA career centers report employment numbers according to the categories that we use in our rankings. Some schools break "industry" categories into further sub-categories. Other programs - i.e. Michigan Ross - roll up their industry categories under more general headers like "manufacturing". So you could be a "marketing" professional but be within the manufacturing industry. To be forthright, it's a little confusing. (This is why we have decided to exclude Michigan Ross from some categories until we gather a little more insight into their self-reported numbers.)

None-the-less, we have tried to make sense of it all and to do this we did combine some categories in order to get an apples-to-apples comparison across schools. Clear as mud?
WHY WE USE EMPLOYMENT DATA TO RANK SCHOOLS
Our opinion is that recruiting (i.e. who's hiring) drives most programs "investment" decisions - in students, faculty, courses, experiential initiatives, alumni outreach, etc.  So to know to what a specific MBA program is really all about, you need to see the end result. In other words, what industries are hiring MBA graduates and from what schools?

We compiled this ranking based on information taken directly from the following MBA employment reports.

Haas http://haas.berkeley.edu/groups/careercenter/reports/14-15ReportSummary.pdf

UCLA Anderson http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/Documents/areas/adm/cmc/2014%20PARKER%20CMC%20Employment%20Report%2002.10.15%20LR.pdf

Stanford GSB https://www.gsb.stanford.edu/sites/default/files/documents/Stanford%20GSB%20Employment%20Report%202013-14.pdf

MIT Sloan http://mitsloan.mit.edu/pdf/Class_of_2014-intern_employment_report.pdf

HBS http://www.hbs.edu/recruiting/mba/data-and-statistics/employment-statistics.html

Wharton http://www.wharton.upenn.edu/mba/your-career/career-statistics.cfm

Kellogg http://www.kellogg.northwestern.edu/career_employer/employment_statistics.aspx

Chicago Booth http://www.chicagobooth.edu/employmentreport/

Columbia https://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/recruiters/employmentreport

NYU Stern http://www.stern.nyu.edu/programs-admissions/full-time-mba/career/employment-statistics

Tuck http://www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/careers/employment-statistics

Yale SOM http://som.yale.edu/yale-som-connect/recruiting/employment-statistics

Michigan Ross http://michiganross.umich.edu/our-community/recruiters

Duke Fuqua http://www.fuqua.duke.edu/mba_recruiting/recruiting_duke/employment_statistics/

Cornell Johnson http://www.johnson.cornell.edu/Career-Management/Employment-Report-for-Two-Year-MBAs

UVA Darden http://www.darden.virginia.edu/recruiters-companies/hire-an-mba/employment-reports/
FINALLY, DOES THE WORLD REALLY NEED ANOTHER BUSINESS SCHOOL RANKING?
We think "yes". We've never felt completely comfortable with the rankings because (to our knowledge) the raw data that drives the US News and Businessweek rankings has never been fully disclosed. So we decided to start over and with the very numbers that the school's career centers are reporting via their respective employment reporting.

That being said, we welcome any constructive feedback you may have. Email us at MBA@amerasiaconsulting.com with comments or if you're looking for an expert admissions consultant to lead you through the application process.
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Our updated 2015/2016 “How to Apply to Columbia” guide is now available for immediate download. This 12-page PDF is the starting point for prospective MBA applicants to CBS and is provided to at no cost.  Download the Columbia Business School Guide >

Columbia is one of the most interesting and unique business schools in the world, defined by what we see as a series of unique contradictions (no fault of the school’s, we might add).  It’s a program with incredible international resources, yet is a draw for many international candidates primarily because it is seen as so quintessentially “American” being in New York City.   And the location creates another curious push-pull, which is that being in Manhattan gives CBS a huge resource advantage and almost a “business school buffet” where students can access anything and everything they need … yet Columbia must battle against having a “commuter school” feel more than just about any other program by virtue of so many students already living in New York before attending.  Then, of course, there is the Employment Report.  Perhaps no other business school combines the traits of “incredible launching pad for careers” and “very concerned about applicants’ career goals” quite like Columbia.  On its face, many of these contradictions seem like problems, but they aren’t.  They can actually make for an incredible b-school experience … as well as a chance to candidates to thread a needle and show just how perfect they can be for Columbia.

What does this mean and what does it look like for your candidacy?  In a nutshell, it means that Columbia pays closer attention to your career goals (particularly in the short term) than any other business school … which is saying something considering how carefully most MBA programs are checking out short-term goals.  One might go so far as to call Columbia “paternalistic” in their approach, but at the very least, the school is being extremely cautious about who it admits into the program and is using career services as a sounding board to help determine whether specific career aspirations are achievable with a Columbia MBA.   Further, it means showcasing how you will get involved, be part of a community, and bring a unique, expansive perspective with you to campus.

All of this actually serves to create a wonderful opening for those students who are able to probably identify what matters most to Columbia and then communicate a desire to be part of the school’s transformation, while also showing a nuanced and balanced understanding of both the power and limitation of an MBA as it related to securing a job.

If that sounds intimidating, you can rest easy in knowing that we have created this 10-step approach to applying to Columbia.  The following guide will help you understand all of the key hot button issues and major thematic touch points – as well as critical admissions strategies – that will make or break your prospects for gaining admission to one of the world’s most famous business schools.

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For those of you still on the waitlist, I just forfeited my deposit and withdrew my application. Hopefully this makes someone really happy - good luck all!
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For those of you still on the waitlist, I just forfeited my deposit and withdrew my application. Hopefully this makes someone really happy - good luck all!


Where are you going? Seems you have plenty of options
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