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Average salary for Columbia University & Business School alumni & graduates


Top Columbia University & Business School Graduates & Alumni Salaries - By  Job

 

Activity Average Salary Full Access

Compliance, AML, KYC & Monitoring

$200,000  Get full report

Legal & Paralegal

$195,000  Get full report

Legal Department

$168,000  Get full report

Financial Services

$150,000  Get full report

Sales & Business Development

$140,000  Get full report

IT & Software Development

$132,000  Get full report


The highest paid Columbia University & Business School alumni & graduates are Compliance, AML, KYC & Monitoring professionals at $200,000 annually. The lowest paid Columbia University & Business School alumni & graduates are Media, Communication & Advertising professionals at $65,000.

 



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Top Columbia University & Business School Graduates & Alumni Salaries - By  Degree

 

Degree Average Salary Full Access

Bachelor (Other)

$500,000  Get full report

Other Degree

$280,000  Get full report

Doctorate

$203,000  Get full report

Executive MBA

$191,000  Get full report

LLM

$164,000  Get full report

MBA

$161,000  Get full report


The best paying degree at Columbia University & Business School is Bachelor (Other), with alumni earning an average salary of $500,000.
Graduates from Columbia University & Business School who earn the lowest salaries are those with a Masters of Arts degree, earning a salary of $92,000 annually.

 



Columbia University & Business School salaries

More about Columbia University & Business School

Founded in 1754 as King's College (its name was changed 30 years later), Columbia University is the fifth oldest institution of higher education in the United States and the oldest in New York. Its campus has occupied its present location in Manhatten since 1897. The Columbia Business School was established in 1916 and today offers a full-time MBA in addition to several executive MBAs, PhDs, MSCs and executive education programmes. Thirteen winners of the Nobel Prize for Economics have taught or studied at the university.





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