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The best thing about my MBA program is the community. We want to succeed both individually and collectively. This is most evident in our interview preparation where we share information and engage in mock interviews to get ourselves ready. If there are five positions at a firm and three students from Goizueta interviewing, we maintain the mentality that if we perform at our best, we'll all get an offer.
The administration really listens to student concerns and interest. I was able to start a fund to invest directly in nonprofits and social enterprises, which the MBA program supported and helped facilitate. The class size is also fantastic, allowing for intimate learning experiences and one-on-one interactions with faculty
I was excited to be on campus and in the classroom. The quality of the professors and of my classmates pushed me to better myself every day, which is exactly why I came back to get my MBA.
Overall my experience was wonderful and it would be difficult to label any portion of my experience as worst. That said, some of the IT systems, especially wireless connectivity, could use being upgraded in order to ensure students are able complete work uninterrupted while on campus. Primarily I found it to be an issue when registering for classes and during other very high peak times.
The combination of a bustling Atlanta business community, a tight-knit atmosphere and a world-class education was the best thing about Goizueta. In addition, the Career Management Center is readily available and incredibly helpful at all points during the MBA process.
The small class size allows for an incredible opportunity to know your classmates and professors, creating a fantastic, yet challenging learning environment.
There can be a lack of communication between the program office and the career management center that leads to scheduling conflicts. However, if you are proactive, you can find ways to attend every event that you want or need to.
The small class size allows for the experience to be much more personal. There was little to no competition for jobs, time with teachers, or other resources. It allowed me to get to know every member of my class on a personal level, which will help with my networking in the future.
Some of the professors were not as approachable/accessible as I would have thought given the intimate nature of the program and GBS community.
It's truly a team oriented learning community. The small size of the program helps everyone get more out of it, and it is right in Atlanta, which has so much to offer professionally and culturally.
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