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One-Year MBA Students Welcomed to Goizueta

Earlier this month, Emory University Goizueta Business School welcomed the one-year MBA class of 2016 to campus. The class displays a great diversity of students and sets a few records for the school.

The one-year MBA class of 2016 is 62 students strong, the largest class in the school’s history That class sets another record because it is composed of 40 percent female students. These students have joined Goizueta from 13 countries including China, Colombia, India, Indonesia, Israel, Kazakhstan, Korea, Lithuania, Moldova, Philippines, Russian, the US and Venezuela.

There are also 45 undergraduate institutions represented and a wide variety of industry backgrounds. Goizueta’s news site lists the impressive list of firms students are coming from: “Assurant, AT&T, Blue Nile, Boeing, Cox Communications, Deloitte, Ericsson, E&Y, Federal Reserve Bank Richmond, First Data Corporation, Frito-Lay, Insight Sourcing Group, International Paper, JP Morgan, Korea Technology Finance Corporation, Korea Telecom, Living Social, Manhattan Associates, Marriott, Parsons, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, PT Bank Mandiri, Realty Capital Securities, Sandia National Laboratories, State Street Corporation, SunTrust Bank, The Home Depot, The Nielsen Company and Turner Broadcasting.”

The one-year MBA program at Goizueta is an accelerated full-time program designed for mid-career professionals. The program takes place over three semesters and 12 months. It starts with an intensive review of “core business concepts” during the summer. Then students are ready to join second-year MBA students for two semesters of elective courses.

More information about Goizueta’s one-year MBA can be found here.

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