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Learning at Columbia
Programs and Centers
We know that, like the successful organizations we study, the only way for business education to stay competitive is to continually evolve. Columbia Business School has more than 25 research centers and institutes designed to produce groundbreaking work that keeps our intellectual capital at the forefront of business thinking, research, teaching, and public discourse.
For students, our centers — which include the Heilbrunn Center for Graham & Dodd Investing, the Jerome A. Chazen Institute of International Business, and the Center on Global Brand Leadership — offer courses in everything from value investing to experiential marketing as well as study tours, language classes, and more. They also coordinate popular events and forums such as the annual Outrageous Business Plan Competition and the Social Enterprise Conference. Our student clubs regularly partner with the centers to create conferences and programs that will expand your knowledge and deepen your understanding in specific areas of interest.