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Columbia MBA graduates don t just join the workforce they influence it, shape it and change it for the better. The Columbia MBA Program goes beyond those of other business schools to instill in students a complete entrepreneurial mindset. The program teaches students to recognize opportunity and provides the skills to take full advantage of it, all of which leads to dynamic and gratifying careers.

Campus:
Columbia University is located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. The main entrance to the Morningside Heights campus is on 116th Street and Broadway; the Medical Center can be found at 168th Street and Broadway. The Morningside Heights campus houses the three undergraduate schools Columbia College, the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science, and the School of General Studies as well as graduate and professional programs in architecture, art, arts and sciences, business, engineering, international affairs, journalism, law, and social work. The School of Continuing Education is also on the Morningside Heights campus.

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Walking tours of the main campus are offered through The Visitors Center, 213 Low Memorial Library. For office hours and tour schedules, please call (212) 8544900.

Fee Structure:

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Faculty and Staff:

Please visit the following webpage for more information: http://www4.gsb.columbia.edu/facultyandstaff

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Rankings:
Columbia has consistently been ranked among the top business schools in the world by BusinessWeek, US News & World Report, the Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Forbes. Columbia Business School is one of only two U.S. business schools currently ranked in the top ten of each of these five major publications. The full-time MBA program has received these rankings recently:
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#1 Financial Times, 2007 Ranking of rankings, US Ranking [34] #2 Financial Times, 2007 [35] #2 Financial Times, 2007 Ranking of rankings, Global ranking [34] The Wall Street Journal[36][37] o #3 in US National Ranking, 2007 o #6 in International Ranking, 2007 o #1 for Women, 2006 o #4 for Minorities, 2006 o #3 for Finance, 2006 o #4 for International Business, 2006 #3 Princeton Review Selectivity rating, 2007[38] #4 Forbes, 2005[39] #5 Princeton Review 2007 Best Career Prospects [40] #5 Aspen Institute U.S. Rankings[41] #6 Aspen Institute Global Rankings[42] #6 Forbes, 2007[43] #9 U.S. News & World Report, 2008 [44] #10 BusinessWeek, 2006 [45]

Distinguished Alumni:
Prominent alumni
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Warren Buffett, MS '51,[48] CEO of Berkshire Hathaway; and "the richest man in the world" César Alierta, MBA '70,[48] CEO, Telefónica, 4th largest telecommunications company in the world Wolfgang Bernhard, MBA '88,[48] Chairman, Volkswagen

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Erskine Bowles, MBA '69,[48] Former White House Chief of Staff; President of the University of North Carolina system; Director, Morgan Stanley; Senior Advisor, Carousel Capital Arthur Burns, PhD '34,[49] Former Federal Reserve Chairman Russell Carson, MBA '67,[48] Founding partner of private equity firm Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe Howard Clark, MBA '68,[48] Vice Chairman, Lehman Brothers Inc. Ahmass Fakahany, MBA '81,[48] Vice Chairman, Merrill Lynch & Co. Richard Karl Goeltz, Former Vice Chairman, American Express James P. Gorman, MBA '87,[48]President and COO, Individual Investor Group, Morgan Stanley Michael Gould, MBA '68,[48] Chairman and CEO, Bloomingdale's Paul Guenther, MBA '64,[48] Chairman, New York Philharmonic Alexander Haig,[52] U.S. Secretary of State

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Placements and Recruiters:

Visit this link for more information about recruiters:
http://www.columbia.edu/cu/business/career/employmentreport/2007/CBS_Employ Report2007.pdf