Columbia University offers several graduate programs that accept the Executive Assessment as part of the application process, such as the Columbia Business School 2-Year MBA Program and the Columbia Executive Education Programs.

The Executive MBA Program at Columbia Business School, for example, is a 22-month program that is designed for experienced business professionals who are looking to take their careers to the next level. The program is rigorous and intensive, and it is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to become successful leaders in their organizations.

Columbia Executive Education offers a variety of programs for experienced professionals and executives, including leadership development programs, customized executive education, and open-enrollment programs. These programs are designed to help participants develop the skills and knowledge they need to lead their organizations effectively and make strategic decisions.

It’s worth noting that Executive Assessment is one of the admission requirements for these programs along with some other standard requirements like application, resume, essays, and recommendation letter. The assessment includes GMAT/GRE, TOEFL/IELTS (if English is not your first language) and Executive Assessment (EA) that assesses your readiness for the Executive MBA program through a set of cognitive and behavioral questions.

Programs that accept the Executive Assessment at Columbia University: