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Columbia's average GMAT score was lower than many of its competitors (Harvard, Stanford, Wharton) and lower than its downtown NYC neighbor.
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Career development resources. Similar to all the top business schools, Columbia offers a number of resources to its students to assist them in their job-search process. Students are encouraged to take advantage of these resources from the moment they step onto campus and as alumni. Students give the the team and their services high marks for being “very thoughtful and structured.” Columbia’s Career Management team offers a number of opportunities for students.
Laura Resnikoff, Senior Lecturer. Professor Resnikoff has a reputation for no-nonsense, focused courses that give students incredible access to leading players in the private equity field. Professor Resnikoff takes these relationships seriously and instills that ethic in her students: If a class member is so much as a few seconds late to the appointed gathering time in the building lobby of a private equity firm, that student is out of luck and might as well head back to campus.
Reach out to current students. Even if you don’t have any personal connections to Columbia, you can reach out to current students and get their insight and advice. On the school’s Student Organizations page, you’ll find a list of all campus clubs. Find a few clubs that fit your personal and professional interests, and reach out to the officers.