Columbia Business School
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Columbia Business School


Tel: +1 212 854 1961

3022 Broadway, Uris Hall, Room 216
New York, NY, 10027, US

Columbia Business School is part of Columbia University’s campus in the Morningside Heights neighborhood of New York City. CBS provides a full-time, two-year MBA program that gives students the option of enrolling in either August or January, as well as an Executive MBA Program. Columbia MBA students enjoy the school’s location in New York City, one of the U.S.’s primary financial centers. They also receive especially strong training in finance, based in part on such customized, practical programs as the rigorous Value Investing Program for second-year students.

Innovation has characterized Columbia Business School for nearly a century. We’ve led the pack in active learning, entrepreneurial training, and bridging research and practice. We developed instructional models that combine teaching top-notch quantitative skills with honing critical-thinking and decision-making abilities. We’ve made global institution-building a priority to offer students the broadest international business perspective possible. And what has, and always will, set us apart are the people who make up our diverse yet close-knit community — leading faculty, exceptional students, influential alumni, dedicated staff, and extraordinary business partners.

New York City is a living laboratory for business research and the implementation of ideas. Columbia Business School’s proximity to an extraordinary concentration of business leaders means that our students hear from CEOs and business innovators almost daily, both in and out of the classroom. Students and faculty members can tap the broader intellectual resources of Columbia University to add depth to their studies of business at the intersection of engineering, law, medicine, and social sciences. Our renowned alumni network extends into every industry in the world, giving students unlimited access to information, mentors, and jobs.

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