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GET PERSONALIZED GUIDANCE STRAIGHT FROM THE Columbia Business School Admissions Team ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5TH

AT 10AM PT / 1PM eT.

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Attend the webinar and take notes

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ACE YOUR APPLICATION!

DON’T YOU WISH YOU COULD HEAR APPLICATION ADVICE STRAIGHT FROM THE CBS DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS?


Well, now you can!

Accepted is hosting an exclusive webinar for applicants applying to Columbia Business School so that you can get the scoop directly from CBS Director of Admissions, Michael Robinson. When you attend this live webinar, you'll get to hear directly from Mr. Robinson on the latest happenings at CBS, what it takes to gain admission, and more! We've also structured this session with lots of time for Q&As so you can ask Mr. Robinson your important CBS questions.

You won’t get this opportunity anywhere else. Register for the webinar now!

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Meet the presenter

Michael Robinson moved to the U.S. from Jamaica as a teenager. Prior to his matriculation at Columbia Business School in August 2002, he was an entrepreneur and ran a music publicity firm (with clients such as the platinum-selling Grammy winner Shaggy) for seven years. He holds a B.B.A. from Baruch College and an MBA from Columbia Business School.

Today, Michael is a Director of Admission at Columbia Business School. He leads strategic efforts centered around diversity, equity, and inclusion, and spearheaded outreach endeavors to expand CBS' presence in Africa and Southeast Asia. Still a 1990s hip-hop enthusiast, Michael serves as mentor and informal adviser to women and young people of color.  

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