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Georgia Tech Scheller Executive MBA Ranked Top 20 in the U.S. by The Financial Times

The Financial Times Ranks the Executive MBA program No. 16 in the U.S.

The Financial Times Ranks the Executive MBA program No. 16 in the U.S.

The Executive MBA program at the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business has been ranked No.16 in the U.S. by The Financial Times. Just 12 U.S. public institutions were included on the publication’s list of top programs around the globe. Scheller Executive MBA alumni report a 9.23 out of 10 satisfaction rating and an average 54 percent increase in salary three years after graduation.  

Located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta’s Tech Square, the Scheller Executive MBA program allows students to learn and network in a dynamic environment boasting the highest density of startups, corporate innovators, and academic researchers in the southeastern U.S. The program meets on select Friday evenings and Saturdays over the course of 17 months. The curriculum is geared toward mid-to senior-level professionals and offers two specialized tracks in Global Business and Management of Technology. Both specializations offer electives and experiential learning opportunities at the intersection of innovation, entrepreneurship, and technology.  

"This ranking recognizes the exceptional commitment of our faculty and staff in providing Executive MBA students with a life-changing, high-value educational experience," said Trent Thurman, associate dean of the Executive MBA program. "While we tend to focus on internal measures of success to gauge our progress, strong rankings will allow us to continue attracting the best and brightest students to our program."

The Financial Times is considered one of the most reputable sources for business school rankings and has published its Executive MBA rankings for 22 years. The data for this ranking comes from two surveys - one completed by alumni and one completed by schools. Data collected from alumni and business school surveys consist of a wide range of categories, salary increases, career progress, work experience, faculty representation, diversity, overall satisfaction, and more.  

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