BE THE BUSINESS LEADER OF TOMORROW
• An undergraduate degree in business, engineering, computer science, math/statistics, or economics
• Little to no professional experience in the business analytics field
• A solid aptitude for business management
• A background that includes quantitative and/or technical training
• Taken at least calculus I, calculus II, and statistics
• Exhibited a strong interest in working in a data/analytics related field
• Strong communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to work in teams
- Application Deadline
- Deposit Due
Round 1Application Deadline
October 12, 2022
Preferred deadline for Goizueta BBA studentsNotification
December 1, 2022Deposit Due
January 11, 2023
Round 2Application Deadline
January 18, 2023
Final deadline for applicants graduating from international institutions and those desiring scholarship considerationNotification
March 23, 2023Deposit Due
April 19, 2023
Round 3Application Deadline
March 29, 2023Notification
May 4, 2023Deposit Due
May 18, 2023
At Goizueta, we invest in women to create a new generation of empowered leaders that will break through the barriers and positively impact business and society.
We are proud to be an active participant in a variety of organizations and initiatives that support and promote women in business. You'll gain access to these and other organizations and resources that help get you there and support you along the way.
The Rosemary and John Brown Family Scholars Program is a $5 million scholarship endowment open to graduates of Spelman College and Agnes Scott College who are accepted into a Goizueta graduate program. Scholarships are merit-based. Brown Family Scholars admitted into any of Goizueta’s graduate programs will benefit from small-by-design program classes known for a collaborative culture and highly experiential learning model. This will help scholars to formally build camaraderie and continue with mentoring and networking during the remainder of their studies.
Goizueta is a proud partner of The Forté Foundation and shares its vision and commitment to women in the workplace. Through our Women's Program, Goizueta aligns with other Foundation partners — leading companies and top business schools — to further women's advancement in business leadership through access to business education, opportunities, and a community.
Goizueta Women in Business (GWIB) offers professional and personal development opportunities for graduate women at Goizueta. You'll meet like-minded, accomplished women who seek growth beyond the classroom. Through GWIB-sponsored networking, speakers, social events, community service and communication, you'll foster relationships within and beyond Emory. And with each activity, you'll develop not only your community, but also your contribution to others.
The Goizueta Student-Alumni Mentor Program is designed to help students bridge the gap between the academic and professional world through the practical insights, coaching, and experience of the Goizueta alumni network. Through the Alumni Mentor Program, you're paired with an alumna — or alumnus if you prefer — according to shared areas of interest and affinity preferences. In your mentor, you'll find the voice of experience, a sounding board, and a perspective that helps expand your own.
The Center for Women at Emory helps Emory University provide the best possible environment for women as students, scholars, and employees. We advocate for gender equity throughout the University; provide resources and skill-building opportunities; and bring faculty, students, practitioners, activists, and other learners together to examine gender issues and work toward ethical solutions.
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Emory University is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce and complies with all applicable Federal and Georgia State laws, regulations, and executive orders regarding non-discrimination and affirmative action in admissions, educational programs and employment. Emory University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, ethnic or national origin, gender, genetic information, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, and veteran's status.