School of Professional Studies: The Visiting Students and Postbaccalaureate Studies Info Session

November 04, 2020

In collaboration with Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies (SPS), CGC Tunis hosted an information session about postbaccalaureate study programs at SPS and how to take credit courses with Columbia students as well as create a customized program of study with an academic advisor.

The Postbaccalaureate Studies program offers motivated students with bachelor’s degrees the opportunity to advance their knowledge and achieve their academic goals as part of Columbia University’s community. Rigorous undergraduate and graduate courses in more than 100 subject areas offer students the opportunity to study with Columbia’s distinguished faculty alongside matriculating degree candidates.

Working closely with advisors at the School of Professional Studies, postbaccalaureate students develop a dynamic plan tailored to their backgrounds and academic goals, drawing from options ranging from highly structured to extremely flexible.

The Visiting Students program offers students enrolled in a degree program at another institution the specialized, world-class instruction that you would expect in the Ivy League. Visiting students are enrolled alongside matriculated Columbia degree students, and earn credits that may be used towards graduation at your home institution.

-Vicky Yang
Director of International Recruitment, Columbia University School of Professionals

-Bud Gankhuyag is an Admissions Counselor for Columbia University School of Professional Studies, where he represents the Business and Non-Degree programs, as well as the MS in Applied Analytics. He is a graduate of Columbia University.

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