Columbia Business School remains a leader in management education by continually developing innovative programs to meet the needs of a dynamic marketplace.

Among the School’s most recent initiatives is Columbia EMBA-Americas, a new way for talented professionals across the United States, Canada, and Latin America to take advantage of Columbia’s world-class Executive MBA program. Designed for students unable to attend the School’s other MBA programs due to location and schedule, EMBA-Americas offers the same curriculum as the traditional MBA program, but in a revised format that meets approximately one week per month. This unique program is the latest in a series of efforts by the School to enable high-caliber business leaders from around the world to capitalize on the wealth of knowledge, skills, and resources that an MBA from Columbia provides.

This year, the School also launched the Columbia Business Lab, a new co-working space developed to help recently graduated entrepreneurs transform their ideas into action by connecting them with School resources, programming, events, and faculty advisors. Located in Soho, the Columbia Business Lab is managed by a leadership board in partnership with the Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center and currently supports 29 alumni entrepreneurs and their 21 new ventures.

If you would like information on either of these exciting initiatives, please contact Tanya Mújica Keenan at tm2596@columbia.edu or 212-854-3427.