The One-Year MBA program introduced students to the Goizueta community this week. A new class is on campus with 49 students taking part in orientation activities.

The Class of 2013 has an average of six years work experience and is made up of 43 percent women, 24 percent international students and 14 percent minority students.

Students represent countries including Belgium, China, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Japan, South Korea, Spain, Sweden and the United States. They have worked at organizations including Accenture, AT&T, Cox Communications, Deloitte, Delta, GE Healthcare, Grant Thorton, Microsoft, SunTrust, The Home Depot, The Wendy’s Company, the United States Air Force and Wells Fargo.

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