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UGA’s MBA Program Ranks in the Best of the Nation

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According to a recent survey released by The Economist, the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia’s full-time MBA program ranks No. 12 among public universities in the U.S., No. 28 among all U.S. business schools, and No. 36 in the world. 

The school scored highest in helping new graduates find job opportunities and earn much higher salaries than other schools across the country. Over the past 6 years, 90% of graduates from the full-time MBA program have accepted a job offer within 3 months of graduation. In 2022, 95% of graduates accepted an offer within 3 months of graduation. 

Santanu Chatterjee, associate dean for diversity, international and master’s programs and director of the Full-Time MBA and MS in Business Analytics programs at UGA, explained that the school begins to support students’ dreams prior to their first semester in the program and continues to support them until well after graduation. Furthermore, the school offers a large variety of opportunities and networks students can utilize to find a career that fits them. 

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