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Still Time for Success at Columbia GSB!

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New post 24 Mar 2015, 09:19
From Dr. Shel (Shelly Watts),, email:

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Still Time for Success at Columbia GSB!

Columbia’s regular rolling MBA application cycle does not come to an end until April 15, 2015, which is the last day to submit your full-time Columbia GSB application. Because the admissions process at Columbia is rolling, the Admissions Committee has been allocating seats for the September 2015 class since approximately July 2014. Many candidates wonder, “Is it possible to still have success at securing a seat for the Columbia full-time program if you submit an application in the next few weeks?”

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Most top MBA programs have kept some seats available for candidates who are applying late in the admissions season, and Columbia GSB is among these. However, because the Admissions Committee has already allocated so many seats, it is imperative that you present a truly outstanding application that demonstrates that you put great thought and care into all parts of the application – from the essays to the resume to the application form. Your recommendations should also be stellar. If you intend to put forward a Columbia full-time application in the next few weeks, please take advantage of our webinars that outline MBA admissions best practices as well as techniques for successfully overriding a less-than-ideal GPA or GMAT score.

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