Ziff Graduate Career Services Center
The Ziff Graduate Career Services Center equips full-time MBA students for their career search with state-of-the-art resources and education.
One of the most important goals of the Ziff Center is to maximize students' chances for a successful career. The staff continually promotes full-time MBA students to the local and national business communities and strengthens relations with recruiters in order to secure the best possible career opportunities. We actively market these students to a broad array of companies from Fortune 1000 firms to entrepreneurial, regional and local companies.
We actively seek innovative opportunities to put our students in front of top companies, including MBA-focused career fairs, exclusive company networking events and national career fairs. In addition, many employers schedule on-campus information sessions and interview students throughout the year at the Ziff Center, while others post jobs on our Web site.
The School’s program is the only U.S. program to be ranked among the world’s best and marks the fourth year in a row the School has been No. 1 in the U.S.
Shoppers are more likely to buy products that have more space around them than the same products surrounded by less space (less interstitial space) according to new research by Claudia Townsend.
Certain companies and products can benefit by having a frame around their logos, while others are harmed by such a design feature, according to a new study by Michael Tsiros, chair and professor of marketing at the School.
There really is no option: businesses must get serious about enforcing compliance. That was the take-home message from Anita Cava, speaking at the Financial Times Latin America Healthcare & Life Sciences Summit in October.
The researchers analyzed data on more than 15,000 young adult men and women across five categories of drinkers: heavy, moderate, light, infrequent, former drinkers, and lifetime abstainers.
Join us for a half-day on-campus information session at the School. Sit in on an MBA class and talk one-on-one with current MBA students about their experience.
Professor Lance Fortnow of Georgia Institute of Technology will explore a new direction bringing the rich tools of computational complexity into economic models, a tricky prospect where even basic concepts like "input size" are not well defined.
Dec 07 - Dec 09
The School of Business Administration will host its 7th Behavioral Finance Conference December 7 – 9.
Sign up for a one-on-one or mini information session to learn more about our graduate business programs.
Friends and families of graduates are welcomed to join us for the business fall commencement reception. RSVP is required.