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Mind Mapping Columbia Business School - A Visualization Tool

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Columbia Business School rolled out a few major UI updates to their MBA website a few months ago, and well, I could not find a few things.  Truth be told, I give Columbia's MBA website a better than average grade overall.  However, I wanted to see if I could simplify it for those applicants who are about to start working on their CBS essays and application, while trying to figure out "Why Columbia?"   I created a visual representation (mindmap) of the site, which ended up looking like the New York subway system, and I wanted to share it with anyone who is applying. Hopefully this will allow you to see where you fit into CBS' clubs, curriculum and student culture.

Feel free to download a copy of this mindmap or create your own online copy and edit as you please (relevant links provided below).

If you want to view the CBS mindmap in a new (and bigger) window, which I recommend, click here >

Enjoy and leave us any feedback in the comments section below.
(Protip - Click and drag on the mindmap to navigate.  Then click on the relevant link to navigate to that section of the CBS website.)

 

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As a follow up to our post above, Adam Hoff and I have also put together an updated "How to Apply to Columbia" guide that cover Columbia's somewhat revised questions. It is complimentary and can be downloaded here > https://www.amerasiaconsulting.com/mba-school-guides/

On the Amerasia blog, we also present our latest essay analysis as well > https://www.amerasiaconsulting.com/blog ... ias-essays

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Columbia Business School rolled out a few major UI updates to their MBA website a few months ago, and well, I could not find a few things.  Truth be told, I give Columbia's MBA website a better than average grade overall.  However, I wanted to see if I could simplify it for those applicants who are about to start working on their CBS essays and application, while trying to figure out "Why Columbia?"   I created a visual representation (mindmap) of the site, which ended up looking like the New York subway system, and I wanted to share it with anyone who is applying. Hopefully this will allow you to see where you fit into CBS' clubs, curriculum and student culture.

Feel free to download a copy of this mindmap or create your own online copy and edit as you please (relevant links provided below).

If you want to view the CBS mindmap in a new (and bigger) window, which I recommend, click here >

Enjoy and leave us any feedback in the comments section below.
(Protip - Click and drag on the mindmap to navigate.  Then click on the relevant link to navigate to that section of the CBS website.)

 

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