Columbia Business School recently added this new program – the Strategic Communication Executive Master’s Program. This program is a good fit for professionals who want to enhance their communication skills, regardless if there are in consulting, marketing, financial services or non-profit.
While this is not an MBA, students in Columbia’s Strategy Communication prorgam are part of the overall business school community, and have access to the great Career Management Center (CMC) – the same career office that is used by the MBA programs. This access means also access to multiple companies, recruiting events, and the alumni network of Columbia. There’s a lot more to say about this program, hopefully I will get a chance to write a full post about it soon.
In the meantime, here’s what my student, who worked with me on her application to the program, had to say about working together:
“At the time, I was exploring several part time and executive programs, and was undecided between a few options. Yael was the first person I turned to, not only to help me narrow down my options, but to also fine tune my essays and resume. Yael’s amazing instinct for putting together a compelling story made her an incredibly effective partner, consultant, and advocate. In one hour, I was not only able to polish my resume and essays, but also get the preparation I needed for the interview process. I was shocked with how much I learned and how much I got done in such a short amount of time.
Thanks to Yael’s guidance and efforts, I was admitted to my program of choice—the Strategic Communications Executive Master’s Program at Columbia University—a program that admits fewer than 30 students annually. I can’t thank Yael enough for her support and highly recommend her to anyone looking to make a gigantic leap toward the next phase of their career. She worked hard to make every minute count, and I’m grateful for every second of it.”
– MA, NYC, 2018
I’ve helped so many students get into Columbia business school, if you want to read some success stories click here.