BBA International Programs at the Goizueta Business School is proud to partner with more than 38 of the most highly-ranked business schools and universities from around the world. Each year, over 100 international exchange students representing more than 24 countries are welcomed to Goizueta, one of the best undergraduate business programs in the United States.
From the moment our international exchange students set onto campus, they are part of the Goizueta community and are encouraged to take full advantage of all that Goizueta, Emory, and Atlanta has to offer. Whether it is participating in the gIN Buddy Program, taking advantage of the various professional development opportunities, or joining one of over 300 student organizations, BBA exchange students are able to easily meet new people and find a home away from home.
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Metro Atlanta is home to more than 5.3 million people and more than 145,000 private-sector firms. Why is metro Atlanta such an attractive location for businesses and talent?
Diverse economy: Atlanta’s top three industry sectors are trade, transportation and utilities, professional and business services and government. Businesses include 12 FORTUNE 500 headquarters, hundreds of other headquarters, over 2,100 international companies, and thousands of small businesses.
Talent: Atlanta is a top higher-education metro area with institutions including Emory University, Georgia Tech, Georgia State University and many technical colleges. Young, educated professionals are a significant sector of the workforce.
Domestic and international air service: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the world’s most-traveled airport serving over 90 million passengers annually. 80 percent of the U.S. can be reached within a two-hour flight and 90 international destinations in 55 countries can be reached nonstop.
Below average cost of living and attractive quality of life: Atlanta offers residences that are more spacious and considerably less expensive than other major metro areas. The cost of living consistently ranks below the national average. Residents have many recreational and entertainment choices including professional and collegiate sports, theatrical productions, art exhibitions, community festivals, golf, tennis, and shopping.
Moderate climate: As part of the Southeast region, the four seasons of the year are discernible yet never extreme. Snow is extremely rare as are 100-degree summer days.
We hope this portion of the Web site is helpful to our international institutional partners, prospective students, and accepted international exchange students. We welcome you to Atlanta!