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

Bloomberg Businessweek ranks the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business MBA top 20 in the U.S. and top five among public institutions.
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Scheller ranks top 20 overall and top five among public institutions in the U.S.

Bloomberg Businessweek recently ranked the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business Full-time MBA program No. 20 overall and No. 4 among public institutions in the U.S. for 2023 - 2024.  

Bloomberg’s ranking methodology is based around five indexes that are used to calculate a business school’s overall score and ranking. The indexes include Networking, Learning, Entrepreneurship, Compensation, and Diversity. Scheller’s standing rose in four indexes, including a 16-spot jump to No. 2 for Networking and an 18-spot jump to No. 4 for Learning.

Networking Index: 

This index gauges the quality of networks cultivated by classmates; students’ interactions with alumni; effectiveness of the career services office (Jones MBA Career Center); quality and breadth of alumni-to-alumni interactions; and the school’s brand power, according to recruiters. 
2022 – 2023: No. 18 
2023 – 2024: No. 2 

Learning Index: 

This index explores the quality, depth, and range of instruction, focusing on the curriculum relative to real-world business situations; emphasis on innovation, problem-solving, and strategic thinking; mentoring and support from instructors; class size; and collaboration. 
2022 – 2023: No. 22 
2023 – 2024: No. 4 

“The Scheller College of Business is home to a community of students, faculty, and staff committed to continual growth and improvement,” said Jonathan Clarke, interim dean of the College. “It’s exciting to see this growth evidenced across Bloomberg Businessweek’s ranking indexes. We celebrate our advancements in experiential learning, the work of the Jones MBA Career Center in connecting students with alumni and employers, and the unrivaled return on investment we provide. At the same time, we continue to actively learn and improve, especially as we look forward to the leadership of our incoming dean, Anuj Mehrotra.” 

See the Bloomberg Businessweek MBA rankings for 2023 – 2024.  

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