Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business’ Full-time MBA program is ranked in the top 20 among all MBA programs in the US, #6 among MBA programs in public universities and #23 globally by The Economist in its 2019 rankings released today.
An award-winning global news organization based in London, The Economist is recognized as an authoritative leader in reporting and analyzing international news, business, finance, and technology. Each year the organization surveys business schools, students, and alumni around the world assessing full-time MBA programs based on a number of criteria including student quality, faculty excellence, and educational experiences in the programs.
Additional ranking factors include the strength of a business school’s MBA Career Services based on job placement success and post-MBA salary increases, as well as the breadth of its MBA alumni network.
Maryam Alavi, dean of Scheller College of Business, reflected on today’s post from The Economist, “This recognition is a testament to the quality of our students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Their collegiality, hard work, and dedication to the College helps us continue our momentum and success as a leading business school of the 21st century.”