Tag Archives: Columbia

SBC Scoop: Selecting the Right Set of Schools

The initial questions we tackle with clients are how many schools and which schools – to apply to.  I am a big believer in the portfolio theory when it comes to MBA applications:  Apply to …

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Tuesday Tips – Columbia Business School Essay Tips

Columbia Business School has posted the essay questions for the class of 2014. These questions focus on your career goals, demonstrating your knowledge of Columbia, and your personal attributes. Before you get started with this …

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SBC Scoop: 640 on the GMAT

I begin this week’s Scoop by filling you in on the outcome from last week’s post about Joe who had a “D” on his transcript.  Joe was admitted to Wharton and withdrew applications from other …

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COLUMBIA BUSINESS SCHOOL RECEIVES $10M GIFT FOR NEW INTERDISCIPLINARY CENTER

For prospective MBAs interested in the intersection of business and law, Columbia Business School just became even more appealing. It announced last week that the Richard Paul and Ellen S. Richman Private Family Foundation granted  …

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Tuesday Tips – Columbia Business School Essay Tips

Columbia Business School has posted the essay questions for the class of 2013. Columbia Business School has shortened the essay set and removed some of the more challenging questions since last year. While this set …

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“Students or Customers” Debate Continues

The debate over the so-called “corrupting practice” of treating MBA students as customers has taken off in the wake of a blog entry we posted recently (Some B-Schools Don’t Want Customers). Should students have more …

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