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Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business consistently performs well in rankings of the nation's best undergraduate business and MBA programs by such publications as U.S. News & World Report and Bloomberg Businessweek.

We're pleased to see the rankings increasingly reflect the tremendous talent and expertise present in our College.
- Dean Maryam Alavi

Scheller College of Business draws distinction from its roots in a world-renowned technical research university. Georgia Institute of Technology is recognized as one of the world's leaders in technology and academic excellence.

In job placement as ranked by undergraduate students.
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Full-time MBA
Among Public Universities in Georgia for Full-time MBA Program (Bloomberg Businessweek)
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Global Executive MBA
Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2013.
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Georgia Tech Scheller College's success in the rankings is a testament to the hard work of its students, faculty, and staff.

  • 65th  Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2015
    (Financial Times)
  • 8th  In the list of Forbes 10 Best Business Schools For Your Salary.
  • 96%  Undergraduate job offer rate for Spring 2013 business graduates.
    (Georgia Tech Office of Assessment)
  • $52,500  Average starting salary for Spring 2013 Undergraduates.
    (Georgia Tech Office of Assessment)
  • $104,855  Average starting salary for Spring 2014 Full-time MBA graduates
    (Jones MBA Career Center)
  • 6th  Best Classroom Experience
    (Princeton Review)
  • 38th  Best Full-time MBA Program in the U.S. (Poets & Quants, 2014)
    (Poets & Quants)
  • 8th  Global Ranking for Integrating Sustainability into the MBA Experience
    (Corporate Knights)
  • 10-15 years  average work experience for EMBA program
  • Just 17  months to earn a Georgia Tech MBA
  • $140K  won by TI:GER teams in business plan competitions since 2009
  • $7M  raised by TI:GER alumni companies
  • 20%  TI:GER alums working in a startup or have started their own firm
  • 66%  TI:GER alums planning to start their own company or join a startup
  • 20%  TI:GER projects that have received grant funding
  • 22%  TI:GER PhD research projects that have formed companies
  • 24%  TI:GER research projects with filed patents
  • 21%  TI:GER MBA graduates working in consulting firms
  • 77%  TI:GER alums reporting a positive career impact
  • 1st Place  TI:GER teams have won 3 out of 5 business competitions since 2010
  • 59%  average salary increase reported by graduates who attended career workshops
    (Georgia Tech 2013 Survey of Evening MBA Graduates)

Georgia Institute of Technology is consistently ranked one of the nation's top 10 public universities.

  • 10th  Ranking in the CareerBliss Happiest Universities to Work 2013.
    (Career Bliss)
  • 7th  Georgia Tech ranks 7th Nationwide among Public Universities
    (U.S. News & World Report)
  • 1st  Georgia Tech ranks 1st among “Public Institutions for Educational ROI”
  • 3rd  Georgia Tech ranks 3rd “Public Colleges Whose Grads Make Millions”
    (Affordable College Online)
  • 8th  Georgia Tech ranks 8th among "Greenest Colleges in the U.S.”
    (Business Insider)
  • Silver  Georgia Tech is Silver Level for “Bicycle Friendliness”
    (League of American Bicyclists)
  • 12,000  trees on campus. Tech named Tree Campus USA.
    (Arbor Day Foundation)
  • #1  Smartest public colleges in America
    (Business Insider)

Many Atlanta companies benefit from the world-class education offered at Scheller College of Business.

  • #1  Atlanta, GA ranked by Under 30 CEO among "Top Cities for Young Enterprises"
  • #1  Atlanta, GA ranked by Nerdwallet among "Best Cities to Start a Business."
  • 1st  Atlanta is #1 among “Top Moving Destinations in the U.S.”
    (Yahoo Finance)
  • 1st  Atlanta is #1 among “Best Cities for New College Grads in 2013”
  • 1st  Atlanta is #1 among “Metros for Minority Entrepreneurs”
  • 2nd  Atlanta is #2 among “America’s Most Tech-friendly Cities”
  • 8th  Atlanta ranks 8th among the “Top Metros with Highest Economic Clout”
    (Metro Atlanta Chamber)
  • 4th  Atlanta ranks 4th among the "Top Metros for Entrepreneurial Activity"
    (Metro Atlanta Chamber)
  • 5th  Atlanta ranks 5th among the "Best Cities for Female Founders"
  • 6th  Atlanta ranks 6th among the "Top Metros with Largest Population Increase"
    (U.S. News & World Report)
  • 7th  Atlanta ranks 7th among the "Top Metros with Highest Number of Women-owned Firms"
    (American Express)
  • 6th  Atlanta ranks 6th among the "Top Cities for Women Entrepreneurs"
  • 6th  Atlanta ranks 6th among the "Top 10 Cities for Finding a Job"
    (Career Cast)
  • 2nd  Atlanta ranks 2nd among the "Lowest Cost of Doing Business"
  • 7th  Atlanta ranks 7th among the "Top Metros for Technology Jobs"
    (Network World)
  • 3rd  Atlanta ranks 3rd among the "Top Cities with Most Fortune 500 Headquarters"
    (Network World)
  • 9th  Atlanta ranks 9th among the "Cities for Small Business Vitality"
    (American Express)