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Bloomberg Businessweek Ranks Georgia Tech Scheller MBA Top 20 in the U.S., Top 5 Among Public Institutions

Bloomberg Businessweek recently released its 2022-23 Best B-Schools MBA ranking, and the Full-time MBA program at the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business has been ranked No. 18 in the nation and No. 4 among public institutions.  

The Bloomberg Businessweek MBA ranking methodology starts from the basic premise that the best judges of MBA programs are graduating students, recent alumni, and companies that recruit MBAs. Businessweek asks stakeholders a range of questions about everything from jobs and salaries to classroom learning and the alumni network. Schools are also ranked based on five indexes that capture fundamental elements of business school education: Compensation, Learning, Networking, Entrepreneurship, and Diversity.

Businessweek also published representative student and alumni comments about the best aspects of the Scheller MBA, including the following:

  • “Collaborative and close-knit community, career services, analytics focus” 
  • “Great access to alums and their networks. Great guest speakers.” 
  • “Small cohort size, diverse and engaging student body, great professional and alumni network, location” 
  • “The people - both the staff and students - plus the career services in particular” 

This recognition is evidence of the incredible momentum our MBA program is experiencing,” said Dean Maryam Alavi. “We are proud to play a part in educating tech-savvy, impact-driven leaders for a digital age. But beyond that, we are proud to cultivate an exceptionally inclusive, close-knit community and network that lasts our students a lifetime.”

See Bloomberg Businessweek's 2022-23 Best B-Schools MBA rankings.

 

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