- MBA Real Estate Program
- Research & Media
- Areas of Research
- Public Policy Proposals
- Debt Relief and Real Economy
- Executive Education
Graduates and students of the MBA Real Estate Program take on leadership roles in all segments of the industry including investing, asset management, development, and launching entrepreneurial endeavors.
Breakdown by Industry Segment: 2020
|Investment Management/Private Equity||53%|
|Other Related Services||12%|
Breakdown by Geographical Location: 2020
Investment Banking/Commercial Banking
Bank of America Securities
Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investment Banking
Investment Management/Private Equity
American Continental Properties
Atlas Real Estate Partners
Beacon Capital Partners**
Drake Real Estate Partners
Eagle Rock Advisors
Format Real Estate Ventures
Jonathan Rose Companies
Penny Lane Partners
Spear Street Capital
T-Rex Capital Group
Anchor Health Properties
Other Related Services
*Includes both full-time and summer internship placements
**Denotes more than one intern and/or full-time hire
Recruiting for full-time positions and summer internships occurs both on- and off- campus. Firms come to campus to lead information sessions, participate in career fairs, and interview candidates for open full-time or summer internship positions. Off-campus, firms host events in their offices or utilize online resources to recruit students or alumni.
To share a job posting with current Real Estate students, please send a job description and application instructions to Tricia Philip-Rao.
If you would like to broaden your search, the Columbia Business School Career Management Center's comprehensive recruiting program can help you attract candidates for your anticipated openings and as-needed hiring requirements. You can post open positions within your organization on the CMC website to recruit Columbia Business School’s current students and alumni. Please contact Nicholas Kalogeropoulos for further details or if you have additional questions about real estate recruiting at Columbia Business School.
Senior Associate Director, Employer Relations
Columbia Business School Career Management Center
The Columbia Business School Real Estate Association, Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate, and the Career Management Center co-host an Annual Real Estate Career Forum during the spring semester.
The forum is an opportunity for real estate companies to introduce themselves, share ideas, and network with current Columbia Business School students. This event offers real estate organizations a unique opportunity to forge deeper ties with the Columbia Business School community and potentially recruit future business leaders.
The eleventh annual Real Estate Career Forum was held on February 21, 2020 at the Princeton Club of New York.
The date for the 2021 Real Estate Career Forum will be announed in the Fall.