Columbia Business School

by John A. Byrne on

Application Fee: $250
2012 Tuition & Fees: $154,320, up from $148,320 in 2011

Average Months of Work Experience: 102
GMAT Required: Yes
GMAT Range: 600-740

Enrollment: 888
International: 21%
Female: 37%
Mean Age: 32

Classes Meet: Alternate weekends with occasional week-long sessions
Length of Program: 20 months

Students From These Sectors:

Financial Services: 42%
Technology: 9%
Media/Entertainment: 8%
Pharmaceutical/Biotechnology/Health Care: 7%
Non-Profit: 5%
Consulting: 5%
Government: 3%
Petroleum/Energy: 3%
Real Estate: 2%
Consumer Products: 1%
Manufacturing: 1%
Other: 14%

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  • PT

    John, how do the 825 enrolled students break down between the programs?

  • I’m interested to apply for the Saturday only program of next year, is it possible to know how many applicants will be and what are my chances? before of course starting the process?

  • MBA IVY LEAGUE (NYC)
    I’m a former Harvard interviewer and a Harvard grad. I currently run the MBA & EMBA admissions firm http://www.MBAIvyLeague.com out of Manhattan. Hope to join the conversation, as well as field any questions other readers might have about the EMBA admissions process.

  • curiouser

    I am applying with a 590 GMAT score, against strong recommendations, essays, and extracturricular. Am I an automatic ding?

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