Robinson welcomed 862 new graduate students this fall, a 78 percent increase over 2019’s incoming class of 484 students. They are enrolled in 14 degree programs.
Master of International Business
Master of International Business alumnus Abdou Akkari helped a Dubai-based private equity firm build and integrate North Africa’s largest private hospital platform.
J.T. Blair and three students from colleges across the world collaborated on a social tourism experience to bring more attention to Lebanon's natural wonders.
For many graduate students at the Robinson College of Business, a critical step in their decision process was attending a Road to Robinson event. Check out what four students have to say about their experience.
Robinson’s MBA/Master of Health Administration is No. 15 in the U.S. and No. 50 worldwide. The program helps students develop an understanding of market forces, policy formulation and strategic management, and gain the necessary technical and managerial skills for executive positions.
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Bailey Hatchett is a Georgia State University scholarship athlete and a Presidential Scholar. The diversity of Georgia State’s student population and the cultural opportunities available in downtown Atlanta were a major draw for Hatchett. But it was her athletic achievements on the volleyball court that first put Georgia State on Hatchett’s radar.
Robinson College’s one-year Master’s of International Business is a melting pot and training ground that prepares grads for the world outside the classroom
ATLANTA–Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business is introducing a graduate mentoring program this spring to help MBA and master’s students maximize their graduate program experience, refine their professional goals and build relationships with seasoned industry professionals.
The International Business & Culture in North Africa study abroad program takes corporate site visits to the next level. Students learn about some of the toughest problems Moroccan businesses face and whip up plans on how to solve them. Undergraduate and graduate students from the trip’s latest two cohorts recently spoke about their experiences in Georgia State’s Dahlberg Hall.