As I reflect on my MBA career, one of the top highlights overall was collaborating as a client/coach this semester as part of Goizueta’s IMPACT program.
Author: John Paul Ortiz
What would business school be if not for a little competitive spirit? For the second year in a row, my classmates have sponsored the “GBS Olympics” which offers a series of games and competitive challenges between the first-year and graduating MBA classes.
Even before coming to Goizueta, I knew that the school placed a strong emphasis on global experiences and international business.
A consistent part of my MBA experience has been the theme of entrepreneurship.
With only a few short weeks left in my semester in my MBA at Goizueta, it’s hard to believe that I’m coming to the end of my tenure as a professional student and will be making my way into the workforce once again.
When I talk to prospective students about what distinguishes Goizueta from other elite MBA programs, one of the first differentiators that comes to mind for me is the strength of the alumni network
A significant advantage that I have noticed about Goizueta compared to other MBA programs is the intentional structure placed behind our academic curriculum.
As one might imagine, networking is a critical part of the MBA and business school experience. You may not realize it at the time but many moments throughout our lives involve networking.