For the class of 2027, Columbia University saw a slight decline in the number of early decision applications. The pool represents the third largest in Columbia%E2%80%99s history and a 9% drop from last year%E2%80%99s 6,305 early applicants
Acceptance Rate 1,261 Applied 241 Accepted 206 Enrolled 19%
|Fall deadline||December 16th||Not reported||No|
|Masters Degree Exam||Writing test|
|Masters Degree Requirements||2-3 samples of journalistic work, minimum typing speed of 50 words per minute|
|Doctoral Degree Exam||GRE|
Tuition & Fees
|Financial award applicants must submit:||FAFSA|
|Application deadlines for financial awards||February 15|
|Types of financial support available||Institutionally-sponsored Loans Scholarship and/or loans Career or field-related internships|
300 Total Graduate Students 14% International Breakout (representing other countries)
|Black or African American||6.67%|
|White or Caucasian||71%|
|American Indian or Alaska Native||0%|
|Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander||Not Reported|
|Two or more races||Not Reported|
Male (42%) Female (58%)
97 Total faculty Full-time – 19 Part-time – 78 Male (64) Female (33)
|Focus of faculty research:||International communication, communication technologies, ethics in journalism, journalism history|
|Externally sponsored research expenditures last year:||0|
Location & Contact
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How do I get into Columbia Journalism School?
- $100 nonrefundable application fee.
- Official transcript(s)
- Three letters of recommendation.
- Writing test.
- Proof of English language ability, if necessary for non-native speakers of the language
- General essays on personal and professional interests.
- Journalistic or written work samples.
Is Journalism a major at Columbia?
The Journalism School provides dual degree opportunities with two international programs and other Columbia departments. Students can apply for dual degrees in computer science, business, law, and international and public affairs.
What is Columbia’s acceptance rate?
Joseph Pulitzer, who founded Columbia Journalism School in 1912 and endowed the Pulitzer Prizes at Columbia in 1917, established a tradition by founding the school and administering a number of prestigious awards that uphold the standards of media excellence. The Journalism School also annually confers the Alfred I.