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Georgia Tech is unique in its blend of a collegial/team-oriented environment while still keeping top-notch academic standards, promoting excellence in and out of the classroom. The blend of theory with practice that is a trademark of so many core courses allows a student to be prepared for a variety of professional endeavors. With 5 full time career services counselors serving a program of just 140 students, one can feel the difference that such individualized attention provides. Students are able to have an in-depth exploration of the variety of career paths that are available.
The program could bring in a more diverse group of companies for recruiting.
The collaborative community in the MBA program at Georgia Tech is absolutely unique. The size of our program encourages openness and teamwork, decreasing traditional competition and bolstering individual efforts in everything from recruiting and networking to academics and client-facing projects.
Even they have small class sizes, they could be choosier with who they admit - which I understand is a tough proposition. Strong candidates are usually looking at GT as a safety school for more established universities.
The Business School at Georgia Tech leverages the overall institution's engineering and technology-focused tradition to offer an MBA program that is rigorous, integrated across disciplines, and aligned with employers' needs.
Require that students have either longer work experience or higher level of leadership at their company. Additionally participation part of the class should have a greater weight on the final grade so that students decide to talk.
The small program size creates a unique and supportive environment. Students are supportive of one another and we form close bonds with each other. The professors also get to know us personally. Career services does an excellent job in helping us find our dream jobs.
Although small class size has a lot of advantages, I would still like so see the program grow to at least 150 strong.
In addition to the emphasis on technology and entrepreneurship, the quality of the students admitted was high.
I think the TIGER program needs to be promoted more. A slightly larger class size might also mean we could have more options for electives.
It focuses on experiential learning, especially through consulting projects with major companies. In addition, it has a strong focus on technology and in preparing for being able to lead companies amid quickly changing technologies.
The program is not geared for investment banking. They could start to branch out to build a stronger investment banking focus.
Employer data includes graduates and current students.
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