Life at Goizueta | Emory's MBA Student Blog
Equipped with a business problem and my laptop, I looked around the room at five of my peers who I had only known socially, at most, before this day. The six of us had just left a debriefing with the CEO and CMO on the first day of our internship.
Business school: Where people take classes and grow their careers, right? While the classroom and the career center may occupy a lot of our time, clubs are another integral part of the business school experience.
It’s hard to believe that the end of the fall semester is just a few weeks away — this year has flown by! End-of-year final exams and projects are the first thing on many students’ minds right now, but that doesn’t mean we don’t still make time to socialize and hang out together.
One of my favorite things about Goizueta is the small size of our program. With only 181 students in my class, I’m able to greet everyone by name. The close-knit, personal nature of our community and the bonds I’ve been able to form with my classmates have made my Goizueta experience truly extraordinary.
I can’t believe that it’s already November and there are just a few short weeks left in the fall semester here at Goizueta Business School.