ATLANTA (January 29, 2018) — The Financial Times released its 2018 global rankings of top Full-Time MBA programs. Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business MBA Career Services is ranked #1 in the world.
Recognized for utilizing the most comprehensive research methods available, the Financial Times’ 2018 rankings evaluate MBA programs on 20 criteria, using data from alumni surveys, school surveys, and a ranking of faculty research.
The Financial Times’ 2018 rankings for Scheller College of Business include #1 MBA Career Services in the world, #2 MBA in the U.S. for salary increase of its alumni three years after graduation, and #8 MBA in the U.S. for alumni employment three months after graduation.
Scheller College Dean Maryam Alavi, notes, “These outstanding rankings by Financial Times reinforce that our MBA programs are meeting today’s workplace demands – further leveraging our positioning at the intersection of business and technology. It is continued validation of the quality of our students, faculty, and staff, as well as the support and commitment we receive from world-class companies that not only hire our graduates, but also provide experiential and practicum opportunities to further develop the workforce of the future.”
Scheller College of Business’ Full-time MBA program is globally recognized and continues to leverage its position at the intersection of business and technology by providing a strong curriculum, experiential learning, and immersive tracks in leading innovation, along with world-class faculty and research.
About Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business
Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business is located in Atlanta, home to 17 of the nation’s Fortune 500 companies, and is strategically centered in the world-renowned Technology Square district. This positioning at the intersection of business and technology provides students with an unparalleled opportunity to learn in one of the nation’s premier high-tech business centers. The College offers globally-recognized, highly-ranked business programs including full-time, evening, and executive MBA degrees, undergraduate and Ph.D. degrees, and executive education programs. Interdisciplinary centers and programs encourage collaboration in research, teaching, and experiential learning within Georgia Tech in some of today’s most sought after arenas including sustainability, business analytics, leadership, ethics, innovation, entrepreneurship, supply chain, international business, and more. In partnership with several Georgia Tech Colleges, Scheller College offers joint MS degrees in Quantitative and Computational Finance and Business Analytics. Non-degree programs provide executives and professionals with company-specific and open enrollment offerings in areas such as digital disruption, innovation management, supply chain, business analytics and Lean Six Sigma for continued learning.