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Columbia’s EMBA Program attracts a vibrant group of professionals from a wide range of industries, from banking and real estate to media and healthcare. By learning, interacting, and working closely with their classmates, EMBA students gain a distinct advantage that extends far beyond the classroom. Our focus on community and collaboration enables you to learn from the diverse perspectives of your classmates, which in turn helps you approach challenges faced in your career from new and insightful angles.
Below is the profile of the Friday/Saturday class that began in August 2014.
Class MakeupClass size: 137 (in two clusters)
Live in the Tri-state (NY, NJ, CT) area: 80%
Average age: 33
Average years of work experience: 9
Background by IndustryConsulting: 11%
Financial Services: 48%
Government/Military/Nonprofit : 2%
Private Equity/Venture Capital: 5%
Real Estate: 3%
* Includes: arts, law, manufacturing, insurance, and hospitality.
SponsorshipFull company sponsorship: 34%
Partial company sponsorship: 34%
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Over the past 30 years, the number of organizations that have sponsored Executive MBA students at Columbia Business School as a means of investing in — and retaining — their most valued employees and thus making an investment in the future of their firms.
Special Concentration in Business Management
We are currently accepting applications for the undergraduate Special Concentration in Business Management. If you are a sophomore or junior at Columbia University and would like to be considered, please submit an online application by March 2, 2015.
Before submitting an application, please take time to carefully review the program details and FAQ.
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of the 2014 incoming class were non-US citizens
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