The Financial Times has ranked the MBA career services at the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business top five in the U.S. for the sixth year in a row in its 2023 rankings. The rankings highlight the world's best 100 full-time MBA programs.
Career services are provided by the Jones MBA Career Center, which offers individualized career strategy development, coaching, interview prep, networking opportunities, employer recruiting sessions, and more, with each MBA student assigned to a specialized advisor. The Center works closely with both employers and students to ensure the best internship and career search outcomes.
"Ratings and other recognitions are great, but we achieve them one unique student journey at a time,” said Dave Deiters, associate dean of MBA programs and the Jones MBA Career Center. “We enjoy a broad and diverse set of world-class employer relationships, and we help our students connect with them using our proven process. Great outcomes such as this one are sure to follow.”
The Financial Times’ MBA career services ranking measures the effectiveness of a business school's career services in terms of career counseling, personal development, networking events, and internship search and recruitment, as rated by their alumni.
“After my summer internship, I made the decision to change my target industry,” explained Maria Harper, MBA ’22 and senior associate at PwC. “I received a ton of support from all of the advisors in the Jones MBA Career Center despite having lofty goals. My advisor helped me create an action plan to set myself up for success in this switch. I received a number of full-time offers and signed with a company that was the perfect fit for me.”
See the 2023 Financial Times MBA rankings and download the Class of 2022 Georgia Tech MBA employment report to learn more.