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Prestigious Alumni Network

Connect with a worldwide network of over 75,000 Terry College alumni

Alumni Basics

Terry Alumni Network 75,000+
UGA Alumni in Atlanta, GA 90,000+
UGA Alumni Network 340,000+

Executive MBA Alumni

800+


Current Job Title 

C-Level 30%
Vice President 37%
Senior Manager 10%
Professional 21%

International Mobility

United States 88%
Outside the United States 12%

Current Industry

Consultancy 2.4%
Consumer Products 7.1%
Education 0%
Healthcare 19%
Industrial 7.1%
IT/Telecom 14.3%
Finance/Banking 9.5%
Law 0%
Media/Marketing 0%
Military 2.4%
Public sector/Non-profit 2.4%
Retail 0%
Transport/Communications 4.8%
Utility 11.9%
N/A 2.4%
Other 16.7%

Current Company Size by Number of Employees

Under 50 8%
50-499 18%
500-4,999 14%
5,000-44,999 37%
50,000+ 24%

Chapters 

Connect with great people and great career opportunities.

National Chapters by Region

Region Chapter Reach Distribution
Southeast 11 states 62%
Midwest 9 states 12%
West 7 states 11%
Northeast 8 states 9%
Southwest 3 states 5%

International Chapters

  • China
  • Germany
  • United Kingdom
  • Virgin Islands

Total Number of States with Chapters

38

 Total Number of Chapters Worldwide

110


Alumni Networking Events 

Terry hosts events throughout the year to create lasting connections.

Regional Alumni Networks

Regional alumni networks help The Terry College of Business engage and connect with alumni outside the state of Georgia with updates on major College initiatives.


Events Per Year 

52-104

Number of Alumni Receptions in Georgia Each Year

5


Yearly Special Event Attendance by Terry Alumni 

Event Attendance
Homecoming Tailgate 800+
Alumni Awards & Gala 600+
Leadership Speaker Series 729
Economic Outlook Series in Georgia 2,876
Economic Outlook in Atlanta 834
Third Thursday Networking Breakfast 1,125

 

 

Latest News

The part-time and full-time MBA programs at UGA both moved up the latest graduate school rankings from U.S. News & World Report, with the part-time Professional MBA in Atlanta earning its best ranking ever from U.S. News.

When Larry Richardson began the Executive MBA program at the Terry College, he wanted to transition from years of work in emergency medical services to the business side of public safety.

Susan Brown brings a range of relevant experiences to her new role as director of the Executive and Professional MBA Programs at the University of Georgia Terry College of Business.

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