Category: Evening MBA Blog

Part-Time MBA vs Full-Time MBA

The Part-time MBA vs Full-Time MBA debate is common. Some suggest that a part-time MBA provides flexibility while a full-time MBA lets you focus on your development. Regardless of the program, there are tradeoffs to consider.

One Day at a Time

One Day at A Time

Juggling work, school, and personal life is no easy feat, especially when joining one of the most competitive and highly regarded Evening MBA programs in the country. I won’t sugar coat it: there are days when you’ve got plenty of things to do from all realms of life and it feels like there is no way to possibly manage. That lingering feeling of impending doom is sometimes tough to knock. I can’t speak for your work and personal life, but I can speak about my experience with an Evening MBA program that may help you anticipate what to expect...

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The Immeasurable Value of Community in an MBA Program

An MBA community and its values are essential for your success as a student. Goizueta’s diverse and supportive community makes it a top choice.   When evaluating a business school program, it’s absolutely essential to speak with current students and faculty. In fact, it’s usually part of the official recruiting process for most MBA programs and for good reason. Let me explain why. With any MBA program, you’re not only embarking on an educational journey: you’re committing to positive transformation. Through a curriculum with team projects, leadership workshops, recruiting with top companies, etc., you’ll be faced with brand new experiences...

Evening extras: How do I get involved at Goizueta?

Evening extras: How do I get involved at Goizueta?

Are extracurriculars available to evening students? Yes! The Goizueta Business School Evening MBA (EvMBA) program has extracurriculars dedicated to evening students as well as options to join clubs with full-time MBA students. Extracurriculars include student government (Evening MBA Business Association), academic and professional groups, cultural groups, and other activities. Involvement outside of the classroom and with groups has enriched my experience and relationships at Emory. Here is a taste of what I’ve had a chance to be involved in to help inspire you: Delta Leadership Coaching Fellows: Coach a group of incoming first-year EvMBA Work with new students and...

Building bonds and skills through case competition

Building bonds and skills through case competition

I just competed in my first case competition ever, it was virtual, and I had never met a single one of my teammates. Honestly, I don’t even know how to best structure that sentence in a logical way that truly captures the essence of this whole experience. To sum it up using adjectives—it was taxing, empowering, and unforgettable. Now, I had no idea what a case competition was before I entered business school, so I want to explain what it is first. (Feel free to skip this part if you are familiar with a case competition!) A case competition...

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Is an Evening MBA right for you? 10 questions to consider

When I was considering pursuing my MBA in the evening program at Goizueta Business School, I knew I wanted to continue building my career while I worked towards my graduate degree in a part-time program. But if you don’t have that clarity or if you need to be sure that an evening program is right for you, I’ve compiled a list of a few items to consider when making your decision. Do you want to hear about, and problem-solve for business challenges your classmates are facing in real time? Are you hesitant to put your career on pause? Do...