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Network + Hiring

Business is about building relationships.

That’s why our FTMBA/MSBA Career Management Center never stops bringing students, employers, and alumni together. Take a look at the many possibilities to expand your network:

Networking Events

We host networking events throughout the year. Our recruiting partners stay in touch with the best talent, and our students gain valuable insight into potential career options.

Information Sessions + Interviews

Information sessions are a convenient way to bring companies and students together. Companies host these events on-campus to shed light on their industry and culture. These sessions are often followed by on-campus interviews.

Market Treks and Company Tours

We work with local, regional, and national companies to plan on-site tours, where students can network with professionals and learn more about various industries.

Job Postings

Handshake allows students to browse and apply for local, national, and international opportunities.

National Recruiting Fairs

Terry supports and encourages students to attend leading career fairs, including those hosted by ProspanicaNet ImpactMBA Veterans Network, and the ReachingOut MBA organization for LGBT MBAs. The National Black MBA Association holds the largest MBA career fair each year and is the primary career fair destination of our MBAs. 

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.

On Sept. 11, 2001, Adam C. Johnson was in his sophomore classroom at T.F. Riggs High School in Pierre, S.D., watching the television as the terrorist attacks played out halfway across the country. That moment sealed Johnson’s commitment to serve.

During Jason Hedrick’s first year in Terry’s Full-Time MBA program, the former U.S. Army Aviation Officer discovered two surprises.

The first was finding so many veterans in his classes, and second, that there was no social organization in place…

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