This is part of our series profiling different graduate degree programs and graduate schools at U.S. universities for international students on an F1 Visa or J1 Visa. This week we profile ColumbiaUniversity Business School.
Located in Upper Manhattan, New York, the Columbia University Business School is an excellent choice for international students looking to receive a graduate degree in business. The world-class business school coupled with the ample opportunities and experience of New York only adds to the appeal of Columbia.
- 43% of the current MBA class are international citizens.
The Columbia University Business School commits to educating and developing its students into both leaders and builders of enterprises who create value for their stakeholders and society in general. They also strive create new knowledge and concepts.
The Columbia University Business School is both nationally and globally recognized as one of the top business schools.
According to US News, the Columbia University Business School holds the following rankings:
- #7 in Executive MBA,
- #4 in Finance,
- #8 in International Business,
- #10 in Management,
- #8 in Marketing,
- #8 in Nonprofit.
As you can see, the Columbia University Business School has a significant amount of top-ten ranked programs. All of the programs listed are in the top-ten which is a great piece of information to look at when choosing a school.
The #8 ranking in International Business and #4 ranking in Finance should especially be appealing to international students, further making the Columbia University Business School an excellent choice.
- Executive MBA,
- Executive Education,
- Doctoral Program,
- Master of Science.
As you can see, this is a great variety of applicable programs for international students to choose from. Within each program are a variety of different focuses and courses to choose from. We strongly suggest visiting the home page of each program to see which one best fits for your education and career goals.
Like most schools, the Columbia University Business School has its own set of required materials for its applicants. The Columbia University Business School does not offer a general set of application requirements, so for the purpose of this blog we will explore the requirements for the MBA program. For the requirements for the other programs, please visit that program’s page. For the MBA program, the requirements for international students are: