Columbia Summer School Program

Columbia Summer School Program


Columbia University is an Ivy League school in the US and is a prestigious school that currently stands as the third most selective college in the United States and is an aspiring University for high school students. The business school is ranked amongst the top 10 in the world!
We are proud to announce a summer program immersion with this great business school in India. This is a direction towards bringing international faculty from Columbia to India that engage in teaching skills such as critical thinking and lateral thinking to the students.


Aims to educate and train young aspiring entrepreneurs to become enterprise builders and job creators; prepare and educate the small and family-owned business owner for the next stage of growth, and create marketplace development strategies for high potential corporate managers.

Theme of summer program 2018: Global Entrepreneurship and Innovation

The objective of the course is to leave students with a skill set enabling them to create a venture on their own. Each student works on the Columbia software and will be given access upon admission confirmation. Final Pitch is made by the students on the last day in front of a panel of judges; parents are welcome to attend.

  • Benefits to students
  • Skill Development & Preparation for College
  • Build an Entrepreneurial Mind Set
  • Creative Problem Solving
  • Personal Time Management
  • Leadership Behavior
  • Decision Making
  • Project Management
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Letter of Recommendation from Director of Columbia Business School

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