Columbia Business School announces an admission information session and reception to be hosted by Associate Director of Admissions Michael Robinson that will take place in Bucharest, Romania.

Highlighting the school’s commitment to the region of Emerging Europe in general and to Romania in particular, this event is the second time an official representative of the school travels to Bucharest in to meet with prospective applicants and provide first hand information to those seeking it. Michael Robinson will be joined by Alumni of the school who continue their professional careers in Romania.

The event will include an introductory presentation to Columbia Business School and its academic programs as well as a Q&A session, meant to address and clarify any aspects related to these educational programs. Immediately following the information session there will be a reception. Both the Information Session and the reception are opened to the general public and everyone interested in learning more about Columbia Business School is welcome to attend.

Information Sessions are events where students and young professionals have the opportunity to meet directly with Columbia Business School’s officials and alumni.

“Romanian alumni of our school have always encouraged us to visit Romania and meet the local talent pool aspiring to an Ivy League education and we will be in Romania for a second year in a row. We are very excited about the opportunity to meet with alumni living and working in the country while being able to carry our message of excellence to those we hope will be joining our school in the near future,” said Associate Director Michael Robinson.

“The recently established scholarship for Romanian students at Columbia Business School is further proof of the School’s commitment to welcoming future Romanian students into its Alumni ranks”.

“The Columbia Business School education provided me with the knowledge, the network and the tools that have helped me advance my professional career and achieve my long-term personal goals. The worldwide Alumni network of the school stands proof of the place occupied by Columbia Business School in the global world of business.” said Stelian Dragan, EMBA ’02 and COO of Tiriac Holding.

Columbia Business School is committed to preparing its students for business leadership in a rapidly changing world. Today’s business world is increasingly decentralized, fiercely entrepreneurial, and relentlessly global. The school’s global perspective is reflected in and reinforced by its diverse student body; close to 41 percent of recent classes are made up of students who hold non-U.S. passports. In addition to this global diversity, most of the students have lived, worked or studied abroad.

Columbia Business School’s location in New York City is unique among elite business schools. Relationships with and access to New York’s largest firms and industry leaders provide unparalleled opportunities for students. As one of the world’s premier financial capitals and headquarters to scores of multinational companies, New York City is a living laboratory for Columbia Business School students.

Date and time: Monday, October 19, from 18:00 to 20:00

Location: Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, Room 01319,
Romana Square, No.6, Sector 1

Bucharest, ROMANIA

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