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1 2011-07-08 Schools in Review Columbia University
School Type: Universities / Colleges
Locations: New York, NY
Degrees: Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorates
Programs: Film, Visual Arts, Medicine, Law, Engineering, and many more
Tuition Range: 41,000 - 45,000
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Located along Broadway in Manhattan, Columbia University has an enrollment of over 21,000 students, offering undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs in a wide range of disciplines, including medicine, law, journalism and the arts. Of particular note is Columbia’s world-renowned film program, offered through its School of the Arts, with Bachelors and Masters programs available in Film, Film Studies, Directing/Screenwriting and Creative Producing. The school also offers degrees in theatre arts and various other forms of visual arts, including digital media, photography, video art and more.

Columbia is a traditional university with high admissions standards, receiving more applications for its film program in particular than it has the capacity to accept. If accepted into the program, expect to spend a minimum of four years for a bachelor’s degree, and about three years for a master’s degree. Also expect to pay between $41,000 and $45,000 per year in tuition.

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Located along Broadway in Manhattan, Columbia University has an enrollment of over 21,000 students, offering undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs in a wide range of disciplines, including medicine, law, journalism and the arts. Of particular note is Columbia’s world-renowned film program, offered through its School of the Arts, with Bachelors and Masters programs available in [...]

  • Review by Chuck Z. Schools In Review Verified
    June 28, 2012
    Overall Rating 11111
    Tuition 11111
    Curriculum 11111
    Instructors 11111

    I got my MFA from Columbia University’s Graduate Department of Film 18 years ago. I am still a substitute elementary teacher in Los Angeles, barely making it at $24k a year — and this has been my job for the last fifteen years. Out of the 50 people who started in “my year” at Columbia, only one is working… sometimes. Everybody else moved on to something more stable outside of the entertainment world.

    Found work after graduation? No

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