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Apresentação da Universidade de Columbia - info session Enap

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A Escola Nacional de Administração Pública (Enap) realizou, na noite desta quinta-feira (17), sessão informativa com representantes da Universidade de Columbia e da Fundação Lemann. O objetivo do encontro foi compartilhar informações sobre processo seletivo para admissão nos mestrados da instituição relacionados à Administração Pública, bem como divulgar bolsas oferecidas pela Fundação para mestrados cursados na cidade de Nova Iorque, Estados Unidos.

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Apresentação da Universidade de Columbia - info session Enap

  1. 1. 9/18/15& 1& •  One of eight prestigious Ivy League universities •  Columbia is the oldest institution of higher learning in the State of New York, the fifth oldest in the United States, and one of the country's nine Colonial Colleges founded before the American Revolution. •  The university was founded in 1754 as King's College by royal charter of George II of Great Britain. •  Renamed Columbia College in 1784. •  In 1896 it was renamed Columbia University and the campus was moved from to its current location in Morningside Heights 2
  2. 2. 9/18/15& 2& •  Columbia University is one of the top academic and research institutions in the world. It is what President Lee Bollinger has called "the quintessential great urban university"—attracting students and faculty from 150 countries to engage with each other and with the cultural, scientific, and business enterprises that make New York City one of the most exciting cities in the world. 3 SIPA and New York City W hen Columbia’s trustees decided in 1897 to relocate the University to Morningside Heights, a green and leafy plateau overlooking midtown and downtown Manhattan, they created a unique urban campus— surrounded by distinctive neoclassical buildings and offering students a refuge from the hurly-burly of New York, but still closely linked to the city and its institutions. The University’s location remains a vital asset to this day, with students benefiting both from Manhattan’s incomparable career opportunities and its flourishing commercial and cultural life. SIPA students can intern during the semester at the United Nations or one of the major financial institutions, hone their skills in a workshop designed to meet the needs of real-world clients, or attend talks by visiting heads of state and CEOs. New York itself is a living laboratory, where students can shape the development of public policy and apply the city’s experience to challenges at the furthest reaches of the globe. The vibrant and culturally diverse neighborhoods of the city, just beyond the campus gates, provide both a center for student social life and a place for many students to call home during their years at SIPA. Columbia is a leading international university at the heart of the world’s most international city—a relationship no other school can offer. 6 S C H O O L O F I N T E R N A T I O N A L A N D P U B L I C A F F A I R S •  101 Nobel Prize laureates have been affiliated with the university, the second most of any institution in the world. •  Notable alumni and former students of the university and its predecessor, King's College, include: •  five Founding Fathers of the United States; •  nine Justices of the United States Supreme Court, •  43 Nobel Prize laureates; •  20 living billionaires; •  28 Academy Award winners; and •  29 heads of state, including three United States Presidents. 4
  3. 3. 9/18/15& 3& •  Columbia University's is the fourth most selective college in the United States by admission rate. •  Columbia University was ranked fourth amongst the top U.S. national universities for 2014 as per U.S. News & World Report. •  In the Center for Measuring University Performance, Columbia has been ranked first (tied with MIT, Stanford University and Penn) in the United States. –  The ranking takes into account total research, federal research, endowment assets, annual giving, National Academy members, faculty awards, doctorates granted, postdoctoral appointees, and undergraduate SAT/ACT range. •  Columbia’s Graduate Schools consistently rank in the top 5, including –  Business School –  Law School –  Mailman School of Public Health –  School of International and Public Affairs –  School of Social Work –  Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation –  Graduate School of Journalism –  Teachers College 5 6
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  5. 5. 9/18/15& 5& Sample of Columbia Research Projects on Brazil !  Advancing Sustainable Waste Management in Latin America (Engineering) !  Best Practices in Global Public Management – Brazil, China, and India (SIPA) !  Global Leadership Matrix (Business) !  Global Network of Research on Migration and Public Health (Public Health) !  Trauma, Psychopathology, and Substance Abuse Among Children (Public Health) !  Comparative Approaches to Economic Growth Post-Crisis (SIPA) !  Industrial Upgrading in Brazil in Comparative Perspective (Economics) !  Association between Biomarkers and Gestational, Maternal and Infant Outcomes (Public Health) !  School to work Linkages and Inequalities in Brazil (Education) !  Sustainability Indicators for Evaluating the Success of Ecological Restoration (Ecology) !  Energy Policy Challenges for Sustainable Development in Brazil (SIPA) !  Studying Development of the Use of Big Data and Online Open Government Initiatives in Brazil (SIPA) 9 Lemann Fellowship program •  The Lemann Fellowship program aims to contribute accelerating positive social change in Brazil through providing financial assistance to master’s students with commitment to addressing crucial development challenges facing Brazil !  Graduate School of Architecture, Preservation, and Planning (GSAPP) !  Graduate School of Journalism !  Mailman School of Public Health !  School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) !  School of Social Work !  Teachers College 10
  6. 6. 9/18/15& 6& Lemann Fellowship Program •  Lemann Fellows benefit from being part of a network of current and past Lemann Fellows at Columbia, as well as other Lemann Fellows from institutions that partner with the Lemann Fellows program •  Being part of this network (Programa de Talentos Lemann Fellowship) offers important opportunities for professional advancement, career development, and synergistic collaboration to promote social change in Brazil. 11 Lemann Fellowship Application •  To apply for the Lemann Fellowship you have to apply for admission to the individual school and program •  And download and fill out the Lemann Interschool Fellowship Application Form. A complete application consists of: –  a few brief questions –  a short statement of interest (maximum of 1000 words) that explains how your past, present, and future educational and professional experience contribute to the overall advancement of Brazil •  Deadline: January 2016 12
  7. 7. 9/18/15& 7& School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) The Columbia SIPA Advantage 13 ! Networks ! Faculty ! New York Location ! Career Management ! Flexible Curriculum ! Diverse and talented student body ! Columbia University resources School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) Degree Programs 14 2 Year Full-Time Master Programs Part-time Program 1 Year Specialized Programs PhD Program •  Master of International Affairs (MIA) •  Master of Public Administration (MPA) •  MPA in Development Practice (MDP) •  Contact: André Corrêa d'Almeida •  Program in Economic Policy Management (PEPM) •  Contact: David Caughlin •  Program in Environmental Science Policy (ESP) •  Contact: Sarah Tweedie •  Executive Master of Public Administration (EMPA) •  Contact: Valerie Zimmer •  PhD in Sustainable Development •  Contact: Tomara Aldrich
  8. 8. 9/18/15& 8& School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) SIPA 2015 Student Profile 15 104SIPA STUDENTS HAIL FROM 104 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES Albania Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bangladesh Belgium Belize Bosnia and Herzegovina Brazil Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burma Cambodia Cameroon Canada Chile China Colombia Comoros Croatia Czech Republic Denmark Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Ethiopia Fiji France Gambia Georgia Germany Ghana Greece Grenada Guatemala Haiti Honduras Hong Kong Hungary India Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Ivory Coast Jamaica Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Lebanon Liberia Lithuania Malawi Malaysia Mauritania Mexico Mongolia Morocco Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Nigeria Norway Pakistan Peru Philippines Poland Romania Russia Sao Tome and Principe Saudi Arabia Senegal Serbia Singapore Slovenia South Africa South Korea Spain St. Lucia Sudan Sweden Switzerland Syria Taiwan Thailand Tunisia Turkey Uganda Ukraine United Kingdom United States United Arab Emirates Uzbekistan Venezuela Yemen help students fund their education. This support is tied to the student’s academic performance. In 2010–2011, SIPA’s fellowship budget was $8.8 million—about 14.2 percent of SIPA’s total budget and the second largest direct expense after faculty salaries. About 14 percent of SIPA’s fall 2010 incoming class received fellowship support. First-year awards range from $15,000– $30,000 and are granted based on the strength of the admissions application. SIPA fellowships for continuing students are linked to an instructional position (teaching or research assistant) or an administrative position (program assistant). There are also many endowed and external fellowships available to students. Students apply for second- year support during their first year. Awards are based on academic performance. Approximately 70 percent of SIPA students who apply for fellowships for their second year receive an award. In 2010–2011, there were 218 instructional assistantships awarded and 70 administrative assistantships awarded. The amount ranged from $6,000 to $20,000. Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship The Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship is open to graduate students at AWARD PER SEMESTER TEACHING ASST. DEPT. RESEARCH/ PROG. READER ASST. Tuition credit $12,500 $8,100 $4,700 Stipend 2,500 -------- -------- Salary 5,000 2,400 1,300 Total $20,000 $10,500 $6,000 R E G I O N A L I N S T I T U T E S A N D C E N T E R S Institute of African Studies Center for Brazilian Studies East Central European Center European Institute Harriman Institute Institute of Latin American Studies Middle East Institute Southern Asian Institute Weatherhead East Asian Institute RESEARCH INSTITUTES, CENTERS, A N D C O C U R R I C U L A R P R O G R A M S The Earth Institute at Columbia University Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies Center for Energy, Marine Transportation and Public Policy Center for International Business Education and Research Center for International Conflict Resolution Center on International Organization Center for the Study of Democracy, Toleration, and Religion Center for the Study of Human Rights Center for Urban Research and Policy Humanitarian Affairs Program The Initiative for Policy Dialogue Security Council Report UN Studies Program S C H O O L O F I N T E R N A T I O N A L A N D P U B L I C A F F A I R S 5 “I came to SIPA because I liked the inter- national component to the program and I was also interested in the dual degree with Columbia University’s School of Social Work. I hope to work in the public sector, either government or nonprofit, addressing social policy issues, and the dual degree will be a great asset.” Erin Kenny, MPA Astoria, New York “SIPA offered me the opportunity to learn from world-renowned professors as well as from diverse and intellectual classmates. I was given the flexibility to choose classes from different schools within the University and from many fields of international study, from media and communications to economic and security policy. SIPA is one of the best schools in the world in international affairs and is recognized as such.” Priya Nagrani, MIA Mumbai, India CAPSTONE WORKSHOPS CAPSTONE WORKSHOPS ARE THE CULMINATING EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE FOR NEARLY ALL SIPA STUDENTS, allowing them to apply their skills and knowledge to a real-world challenge. Student teams work on substantive, policy-oriented projects with external clients, which include international NGOs, multinational organizations, and major firms in the private sector. Each team works under the supervision of a faculty expert and addresses a carefully defined problem. The team produces an actionable report that is intended to make a difference. Capstone workshops give students the opportunity to refine their skills and knowledge, make positive contributions to the world, and gain valuable experience for postgraduate employment. 104 SEPTEMBER September 15: Nobuo Tanaka, executive director of the International Energy Agency, kicked off SIPA’s Leaders in Global Energy Lecture series with a talk titled “Energy Technology Perspectives 2010.” September 16: Five UN officials called for renewed urgency in alleviating poverty during a panel discussion, “Millennium Development Goals (MDGs): Can We Keep the Promise?” sponsored by SIPA’s UN Studies Program. September 21: As part of the University’s World Lead- ers Forum, SIPA hosted José Manuel Barroso, presi- dent of the European Com- mission, who met with SIPA students after speaking on “Post-Crisis: A Leading Global Role for Europe.” September 23: SIPA and the World Leader’s Forum hosted Prime Minister of Portugal José Sócrates, who gave an address on “Energy Policy and the Portuguese New Growth Agenda.” OCTOBER October 14 and 15: The Latin American Student Association’s Annual Con- ference, “Facts of Yester- day, Challenges of Today, Opportunities of Tomorrow,” included panels with SIPA dean John H. Coatsworth, and Institute of Latin American Studies executive director Thomas Trebat. October 25: SIPA’s UN Studies Program spon- sored a panel discussion, “Women, Peace, and Se- curity,” with Atul Khare, UN assistant secretary-general for peacekeeping opera- tions; Barbara Crossette, a former New York Times foreign correspondent; and Betty Achan Ogwaro, chair, Sudanese Women Forum of Darfur/Southern Sudan. October 28: The Picker Center for Executive Educa- tion marked its 10th an- niversary with a celebration for students, faculty, alumni, and staff. NOVEMBER November 10: “Pakistan: The Most Dangerous De- cade Begins.” A conference with Christophe Jaffrelot, Alliance Visiting Profes- sor (Sciences Po-CERI, Paris) and Professor Alfred Stepan, director of SIPA’s Center for the Study of Democracy, Toleration, and Religion, among others. November 12: Representa- tive Donald Payne, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa and Global Health, gave the key- note address at the fourth annual African Diplomatic Forum, “Climate Change as the New Security Threat and Its Implications for Africa.” The forum was sponsored by SIPA’s Pan-African Network and the Institute of African Studies. November 20: The Global Public Policy Network’s 2010 Student Conference, “Navigating a Multipolar World: Challenges and Opportunities,” convened leading experts on topics relating to global policy- making. DECEMBER December 3: The Arnold A. Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies and the Center for International Conflict Resolution (CICR) presented the sixth an- nual Saltzman Forum on “Afghanistan: Prospects for Peace.” December 15: SIPA spon- sored a faculty panel titled “WikiLeaks and Academia,” which featured presenta- tions by Dean John H. Coatsworth and several dis- tinguished faculty. Columbia President Lee C. Bollinger moderated. FEBRUARY February 15: Avni Spahiu, the Ambassador of the SIPA EVENTS: 2010–2011 !  Approximately 1300 students !  Enroll each year: MIA/MPA: 425, MPA-DP: 50, PESP: 50, PEPM: 40 !  55% International students !  40% U.S minorities !  55% female, 45% male !  Average age: 27 !  Average full time professional experience: 3.5 years School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) Academics and Degree Characteristics (2 year programs) 16 Core Curriculum Concentration Specialization Elective(s) 54 Credit Graduation Requirement 22.5$Credits$ 7.5+$Credits$9$Credits$15$Credits$ Classes&with&enrolled&SIPA& students&(annually)& Classes&offered&by&SIPA& Other&Columbia&graduate& schools&where&SIPA& students&can&take&classes&
  9. 9. 9/18/15& 9& School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) Course Options 17 300 1000 8 Classes&with&enrolled&SIPA& students&(annually)& Classes&offered&by&SIPA& Other&Columbia&graduate& schools&where&SIPA& students&can&take&classes& School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) MIA/MPA Core Curriculum 18 MIA MPA Core Requirements Politics Conceptual Foundations of International Relations and one course from a menu of courses on interstate relations Politics of Policymaking Economics (select one sequence corresponding to your concentration) Economic Analysis I and II or Economics I and II Statistics Quantitative Analysis Management 5 different management courses to choose from Financial Management Budgeting, Accounting or Economics of Finance Internship Required Professional Development Required Capstone Workshop Required Foreign Language Proficiency Required Not Required (except for students concentrating in Economic and Political Development)
  10. 10. 9/18/15& 10& School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) 19 Concentrations Economic and Political Development Energy and Environment Human Rights and Humanitarian Policy International Finance and Economic Policy International Security Policy Urban and Social Policy Functional Specializations Advanced Policy and Economic Analysis Applied Sciences Communications and Media Int’l OrgManagement Int’l Conflict Resolution Gender and Public Policy Regional Specializations Africa East Asia, South Asia Europe, East & Central Europe Latin America Middle East Russia and Central Asia United States* School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) Dual Degree Programs !  London School of Economics !  National University of Singapore !  Hertie School of Governance in Berlin !  Sciences Po in Paris !  University of Tokyo !  Fundação Getúlio Vargas in São Paulo 20
  11. 11. 9/18/15& 11& School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) 21 Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs Telephone: +1.212.854.6216 Email: sipa_admission@columbia.edu Website: www.sipa.columbia.edu Direct contact: Urbano Garza (utg1@sipa.columbia.edu) School of Architecture, Planning, & Preservation (GSAPP) GSAPP Degree Programs •  December 15 Deadline –  Master of Architecture (MARCH) •  January 15 Deadline –  M.S. Advanced Architectural Design (MSAAD) –  M.S. Architecture and Urban Design (MSAUD) –  M.S. Critical, Curatorial, & Conceptual Practices in Architecture (MSCCCP) –  M.S. Urban Planning (MSUP) –  M.S. Historic Preservation (MSHP) –  M.S. Real Estate Development (MSRED) 22
  12. 12. 9/18/15& 12& School of Architecture, Planning, & Preservation (GSAPP) Master of Architecture (MARCH) •  Accredited first professional degree program. •  3-Year program. MS Urban Planning (MSUP) 2 year program •  The Master of Urban Planning program prepares students from diverse academic backgrounds for careers as professional planners. •  Applicants typically, but not exclusively, have majored in architecture, engineering, sociology, political science, geography, economics, or urban studies; many also come from backgrounds in the humanities and pure sciences. 23 School of Architecture, Planning, & Preservation (GSAPP) MS Critical, Curatorial, and Conceptual Practices (MSCCCP) •  2 year program •  The program is designed to offer advanced training in the fields of architectural criticism, publishing, curating, exhibiting, writing, and research. MS Historic Preservation (MSHP) •  2 year program •  The Masters of Historic Preservation Program is multidisciplinary in nature and expects all students to engage preservation in depth from many perspectives. 24
  13. 13. 9/18/15& 13& School of Architecture, Planning, & Preservation (GSAPP) MS Advanced Architectural Design (MSAAD) •  Post-professional degree program •  1 Year program (Starting in summer) MS Architecture and Urban Design (MSAUD) •  Post-professional degree program •  1 Year program (Starting in summer) MS Real Estate Development (MSRED) •  1 Year program (Starting in summer) 25 School of Architecture, Planning, & Preservation (GSAPP) Dual Degree Programs With Other Schools at Columbia •  M.S. Urban Planning and Master of Business Administration (in conjunction with the Business School) •  M.S. Urban Planning and Master of International Affairs (in conjunction with SIPA) •  M.S. Urban Planning and Juris Doctor (in conjunction with the School of Law) •  M.S. Urban Planning and Master of Science in Social Work (in conjunction with the School of Social Work) •  M.S. Urban Planning and Master of Science in Public Health (in conjunction with the Mailman School of Public Health) 27
  14. 14. 9/18/15& 14& School of Architecture, Planning, & Preservation (GSAPP) GRADUATE RECORD EXAM (GRE): •  GSAPP requires a minimum verbal score of 150. Submitted applications with a verbal score below 150 will not be reviewed. A minimum score of 144 (Quantitative) and 153 (Verbal) or above is suggested. TEST OF ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (TOEFL): •  International students who have successfully completed two years of study in an institution where English was the primary language of instruction may waive the TOEFL exam requirement provided they can submit relevant transcripts. •  A minimum TOEFL score of 600 on the paper-based test, 250 on the computer-based test or 100 on the internet-based test is required for admission. 28 School of Architecture, Planning, & Preservation (GSAPP) Contact arch.columbia.edu/admissions Email: arch_admissions@columbia.edu Pedro Rivera, Director Studio X Rio rivera@rualab.com 29
  15. 15. 9/18/15& 15& Mailman School of Public Health 30 Degree Program Lengths Columbia MPH! 2 years (4 semesters and summer practicum)! Accelerated MPH! 1 year (2 semesters with summer session)! Healthcare Management (MHA)! Full-Time! 2 years (4 semesters and summer practicum)! Part-Time Management! 28 months! Executive MPH! 24 months! Masters of Science (MS)! 2 years (4 semesters)! Mailman School of Public Health •  80% of student body pursues the MPH degree •  Students obtain extensive knowledge on the foundational components of public health as well as experience in addressing complex public health problems in an interdisciplinary manner •  Students complete a Core curriculum, a public health case based course called ISP, a Leadership course, courses within their academic discipline, a field practicum and certificate courses •  Domestic and international field practice opportunities available 31
  16. 16. 9/18/15& 16& Mailman School of Public Health Core Curriculum 32 Foundations of Public Health Ethics of Public Health Human Rights History of Public Health Biological & Environmenta l Determinants of Health Biological Basis of Human Health Environ- mental Challenges to Health Social, Behavioral, and Structural Determinants of Health Health & Behavior Social Determinant s of Health Globalizatio n & Global Health Maternal, Repro & Sexual Health Life Course Health Systems Health Economics US Public Health & Health Care Systems Comparative Health Care Systems Quantitative Foundations, Evidence, and Policy Science, Evidence, & Public Policy Quantitative Foundations Systems and Methods for Public Health Planning Program Planning, Design, & Evaluation Qualitative Foundations Systems Thinking Mailman School of Public Health 33 Semester&1&Fall&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&Semester&2&Spring &&&&&&&&&Summer&&&&&&&&&&&Semester&3&Fall&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&Semester&4&Spring&
  17. 17. 9/18/15& 17& Mailman School of Public Health ISP: Integration of Science & Practice 34 •  Year-long sequence using case method; designed for students to gain practice when making decisions in the face of uncertainty •  Example: In 2005, when the New York City Board of Health was debating whether or not to propose a ban on trans fats in city restaurants, it had to weigh the pros and cons of what was  guaranteed to be a controversial measure. Mailman School of Public Health Leadership & Innovation 35 •  Leaders = individuals who facilitate the work of others to reach mission-driven goals •  The Leadership curriculum emphasizes the development of knowledge and practical skills that enable students to form effective working relationships and manage teams capable of generating new ideas and inventive solutions.  •  Distinguish between creative and critical thinking.
  18. 18. 9/18/15& 18& Mailman School of Public Health IPE: Integrative Practicum Experience 36 •  IPE places students in the field to apply, integrate, and sharpen the skills they have learned in the classroom as they address real-world problems in population health and health systems. •  Enables students to: –  translate curriculum-based knowledge and skills to a real world context –  bridge the gap between classroom-based learning and the action steps required in specific situations and settings –  gain experience Mailman School of Public Health Certificate Programs 38 1.  Advanced Epidemiology! 2.  Applied Biostatistics! 3.  Health of an Aging Society! 4.  Child,Youth, and Family Health ! 5.  Climate and Health! 6.  Comparative Effectiveness & Outcomes Research! 7.  Environmental Health Policy! 8.  Epidemiology of Chronic Disease! 9.  Global Health! 10.  Health Care Management! 11.  Health Policy Analysis! 12.  Health Policy and Practice! 13.  Health Promotion, Research, and Practice! ! 14.  History, Ethics, and Law ! 15.  Human Rights and Health! 16.  Infectious Disease Epidemiology! 17.  Molecular Epidemiology! 18.  Public Health and Humanitarian Assistance! 19.  Public Health Informatics! 20.  Public Health Research Methods! 21.  Sexuality, Sexual, and Reproductive Health! 22.  Social Determinants of Health! 23.  Toxicology! 24.  Injury Prevention!
  19. 19. 9/18/15& 19& Mailman School of Public Health Brazil Specialists •  Cristiane Duarte Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry; M.P.H. Columbia University, 2005; Ph.D. Federal University of São Paolo, 2000; Mental health issues of children, Brazil •  Silvia S Martins Associate Professor of Epidemiology, Mailman School of Public Health; Ph.D. University of Sao Paulo - USP Brazil, 2003; MD, UFPR- Brazil, 1998; Epidemiology of susbstance use •  Richard Parker; Professor and Chair, Department of Sociomedical Studies, Mailman School of Public Health; Ph.D. Berkeley, 1992; AIDS and HIV policy in Latin America, Brazil 39 Mailman School of Public Health Admissions 40 Complete SOPHAS Application ! All postsecondary school transcripts, three recommendation letters, resume or CV, statement of purpose and test scores! Test Scores! GRE (GMAT, MCAT, LSAT or DAT may be substituted at the Admissions Committee s discretion)! TOEFL for international students! Work Experience! Preferred and 2 years minimum required by some departments and tracks! Deadlines for MPH, MHA, MS, DrPH, PhD! December 1!
  20. 20. 9/18/15& 20& Mailman School of Public Health 41 Joseph Korevec jk2960@cumc.columbia.edu Director of Admissions & Financial Aid! ! Betsey Asher! Admissions Officer & Recruiter! ! ! ! Telephone: 212-305-3927! ! Email! Admissions ph-admit@columbia.edu! Financial Aid SphFinAid@columbia.edu! ! Web! School Site www.mailman.columbia.edu! Program Info. www.publichealth.columbia.edu! School of Journalism Why Columbia? •  Tell Great Stories: Columbia  journalism students learn to write, film and narrate the stories of our  time, from deadline reporting to profile writing and  documentary features. Rigorous training in data journalism expands reporting techniques to find and tell new kinds of stories. •  Make New York City Your Beat: we live and work in the media capital of the world. •  Accelerate your career: in one school year, you'll develop skills that take years to build in the field, which puts you at the head of the pack. •  Be in demand:  our students, guided by a high-level career services team, have  excellent job placements. Upon graduation, you’ll join our alumni network of 11,000+ who include some of the most respected journalists in the world. 42
  21. 21. 9/18/15& 21& School of Journalism Degree Options M.S •  Teaches foundations of journalism •  Focuses on reporting and writing •  Who should apply? –  Current undergraduates –  Professionals looking for additional training –  Career changers –  Prior journalism experience not required M.A. •  Teaches subject-area expertise •  Who should apply? –  Professional journalists with 3-15 years of experience –  Must be able to demonstrate proficiency with essential skills of journalism 43 School of Journalism Master of Science •  10-month program designed to teach the skills, art and ethics of journalism by reporting and writing stories •  Part-time option completed in two years •  Training across all media platforms –  M.S. Modules •  The Written Word—deadline news, profile and feature writing •  Image and Sound—audio, video, photography and data visualization •  Audience and Engagement—social media and digital news design •  The Masters Project –  Student develops topic and format •  print, audio, or photo/video/print hybrid –  Print projects 4,500-6,000 words –  Audio projects 20-30 minutes 44
  22. 22. 9/18/15& 22& School of Journalism Master of Science •  Three specializations (optional) –  Data journalism •  Training in data and computing, how to find and manipulate data to tell stories, use of new technologies for data-driven journalism –  Documentary •  Designed to train students as independent film producers and directors –  Stabile investigative program •  Learn how to develop story ideas, formulate an investigative hypothesis and conduct research and dig for information •  Dual degree with Computer Science –  Requires background in computer science, mathematics or engineering •  Other dual degrees •  Business, International and Public Affairs, Law, Religion •  Must submit application to both schools 45 School of Journalism Master of Arts •  9-month program for experienced journalists who want to deepen their knowledge of journalism, while studying a particular subject area –  Arts & Culture –  Business & Economics –  Politics –  Science, Health & the Environment •  Most successful applicants have between 3-15 years of professional (post-college) journalism experience. 46
  23. 23. 9/18/15& 23& School of Journalism Career Services •  Career Expo •  Largest journalism career fair •  2014 Expo: 146 companies and nearly 250 recruiters •  Career development workshops and seminars •  Networking opportunities –  Guest speakers and lectures •  Alumni network 47 School of Journalism Admissions •  Online application •  Deadlines –  M.S., M.A., Ph.D. •  December 15 –  Dual degree with Computer Science •  January 15 •  Requirements –  College transcripts, three letters of recommendation, resume –  Autobiographical and professional essays, specialization essays –  M.S. Writing Test –  Writing samples/clips (M.S. and M.A. only) –  GRE (Ph.D. and Dual Degree Computer Science only) –  TOEFL or IELTS (international students only) •  Score TOEFL 114, IELTS 8.0 48
  24. 24. 9/18/15& 24& School of Journalism Admissions admissions@jrn.columbia.edu Brett R. Cione: bc2515@columbia.edu (212) 854-8608 Twitter: @CJSadmissions www.journalism.columbia.edu 49 School of Social Work (CSSW) Overview •  The nation's oldest school of social work with a rich and progressive history (est 1898) •  The School has a distinguished history of leadership in social work practice, social policy, and social work education. •  The Social Work Library holds one of the world's premiere collections in social work and social services. 50 "CSSW%con)nues%to%provide%innova)ve%strategies%and%solu)ons%for%society,%and%sets%the%pace%for%the%social% work%profession!"% & & &&&&& &&&&&&&K&Congressional&Social&Work&Caucus&(via&TwiOer)& &
  25. 25. 9/18/15& 25& School of Social Work (CSSW) Overview •  You can effect change as a: –  Mental health counselor –  Housing project manager –  Outreach coordinator –  Health policy analyst –  Community organizer –  Foster care associate –  Job placement advisor –  Psychotherapist 52 School of Social Work (CSSW) 53 Faculty Research Areas •  Alcoholism and alcohol abuse •  Complicated grief •  Criminal justice •  Disability study and practice •  Disaster preparedness and response •  Domestic violence •  Elderly policy and clinical practice •  Family policy and practice •  Global affairs •  Health disparities •  HIV intervention and prevention •  Immigration •  Interventions for children and youth •  Suicide prevention •  Urban poverty •  Work-family support •  Work stress
  26. 26. 9/18/15& 26& School of Social Work (CSSW) Curriculum Design •  1-2 days in class; 3 days in field - First Year: Wednesday & Thursday - Second Year: Tuesday & Wednesday •  Direct Practice focus •  Evidence-Based & Multidisciplinary approach •  4 Methods & 7 Practice Areas = 28 Customization Options •  Diversity Training •  Capstone Integrative Project 54 School of Social Work (CSSW) Fields of Practice •  Aging: Role, status, and social problems of the elderly and their families •  Contemporary Social Issues: Focuses on key, emerging social problems, their etiology, epidemiology, and interconnections •  Family, Youth, and Children’s Services: Addresses the economic and social status and service needs of families, youth, and children •  Health, Mental Health and Disabilities: Holistic view of interrelationships among mind, body, health and mental health •  International Social Welfare & Services to Immigrants and Refugees: Examines global social problems; international trends in social policies and programs •  School Based and School Linked Services: Explores practice issues in public education and evaluation of school-based/linked child and family services •  World of Work: Focuses on the composition, status, and needs of the labor force 56
  27. 27. 9/18/15& 27& School of Social Work (CSSW) The Two-Year Program •  Our largest program (320 students enter each Fall) •  Full-Time •  60 Credits (42 Courses + 18 Field) •  1200 Hours Field Work 57 School of Social Work (CSSW) Dual Degree Options •  Business •  Divinity •  Jewish Professional Leadership •  Law •  Public Health •  Public Administration •  Special Education •  Urban Planning •  International Affairs Minors •  Business •  International Social Welfare •  Law •  Public Policy/Administration 58
  28. 28. 9/18/15& 28& School of Social Work (CSSW) Field Placements •  Selection Process –  1st year: Placement assigned by Field Education department –  2nd year: Students more active in the selection process •  600 Hours per student each year = CSSW provides 500,000 hours of service to 600+ NYC and Tri-State Agencies! •  Students interested in Policy Practice can potentially complete a block placement abroad in their final semester. 59 School of Social Work (CSSW) Admissions •  Application Deadlines –  Spring: October 15 –  Fall: December 1st (Priority); January 4th (Final) •  Requirements to Apply –  Bachelor’s degree from a regionally-accredited institution –  60 Liberal Arts credits (9 from social and biological science) –  Proven commitment and experience in human services area and volunteer work is strongly encouraged –  Proven aptitude in oral and written communication –  International Applicants: TOEFL (98) or IELTS (7.0) exam –  GRE not required 61
  29. 29. 9/18/15& 29& School of Social Work (CSSW) Contact: Office of Admissions 212-851-2400 cssw-admit@columbia.edu 62 General Guidelines for CU Applications •  Personal Statement –  Can be very important –  Look for examples online –  Describe your academic background, past professional experience, and future goals –  Use as a way to address and potential limitations in your application •  Resume –  Not a CV, 1-2 pages max –  Look online for examples •  Transcripts –  Certified translations •  Letters of Reference –  Important in many programs –  Request from people that know you well (professionally) and can make substantive comments about your strengths •  Testing –  Most programs emphasize TOEFL more than GREs for international students •  Contact admissions –  Doubts about admissions process and standards –  Informal interview or call to learn more about the program –  Convey interest in Lemann Fellowship 63
  30. 30. 9/18/15& 30& 64 Thank you! Gustavo Azenha ga2161@columbia.edu

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