J. Mack Robinson College of Business encourages all prospective applicants to attend one of our Information Sessions offered throughout the year at our convenient campuses. Conducted by the Office of Graduate Student Services, information sessions… more »
Join admissions directors from the nation’s top business schools for the third annual National Diversity MBA Summit, hosted by the Scheller College of Business – Georgia Institute of Technology in conjunction with the Stratus Foundation… more »
J. Mack Robinson College of Business encourages prospective applicants that cannot attend an in-person information session, to participate in one of our webinars offered online throughout the year. Conducted by the Office of Graduate Student… more »
Clare Higgins Morton, vice president of the World Affairs Council of Atlanta, affiliated with the Robinson College of Business, visited Cuba on the council’s policy trip from April 19-26. Here are her reflections.
Robinson graduates share what they know about owning businesses.
Earning an undergraduate degree while running two restaurants may seem daunting to some. But to Asad Mazahir (BBA ’15), it’s just another work day. Mazahir is finishing his degree at Georgia State and owns two franchises, the Tin Drum near campus and Boneheads Seafood in… more »
Robinson students and alumni are entering Atlanta’s burgeoning world of technology startups, building companies that are getting support from big-name investors, picking up notable clients, and developing promising careers.
Georgia State graduated more than 5,700 students on May 9 at the Georgia Dome. We want to highlight just two of the talented Robinson students who crossed the stage and walked into a new realm of possibilities.