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Members of the 2018-2019 Value Investing Program with Faculty Director Tano Santos and Managing Director Meredith Trivedi.
The Heilbrunn Center is the home of the Value Investing Program at Columbia Business School. Each year after a rigorous application process, forty second-year MBA students are admitted to the Program where they complete a set of 6 courses including: Value Investing, Applied Value Investing, Economics of Strategic Behavior, Distressed Value Investing, and Value Investing with Legends.
Besides access to world-class practitioners who teach the Value Investing Program courses, students in the Program also receive access to special programming, including recruiting and career workshops, mentors, and various networking events. The Heilbrunn Center also maintains a resume book for students in the Program that is sent to employers upon request.
Welcome to the Value Investing Program Class of 2020!
|Mitchell Aulds-Stier||Jasmine Gao||Michael Nave||Jake Sternberg|
|Jimmy Baker||Ben Gottesman||Danny Nin||Timothy Teresczuk|
|Amit Bushan||David Hao||Alvaro Pasquin||Kevin Wang|
|Jean Choi||Diana Jiang||Angela Qin||Vivian Wang|
|Francois Conradie||Bruce Kim||Bart Rekucki||K.Y. Wong|
|Felipe das Neves||Tanya Kostrinsky||Samuel Semerjian||Mingming Wu|
|Bob den Oudsten||James Kraft||Daniel Shand||Victor Xiang|
|David Finkelstein||Jack Lally||James Shen||Mark Zager|
|Zachary Fogelson||Zachary Lopez||Steven Smith||Rodolfo Zeidler|
|Harrison Freund||Stephanie Moroney||Sophie Song||Freda Zhuo|
Please note - The Value Investing Program is a separate program with its own admissions process. You must be a current first-year Columbia Business School MBA student to apply in the spring of your first year. For more information on Columbia Business School admissions, please contact the MBA Admissions office and EMBA Admissions office.
In order to be eligible to apply for the Value Investing Program, students must:
- attend a mandatory information session during their spring semester
- complete the Program's interview and application process
- have 9,000 bid points for the suite of 6 courses
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.