Interested candidates will have to work for two years prior to starting the MBA

Georgia Tech's Scheller College of Business has launched a new MBA pathway for Georgia Tech's undergrads.

The pathway will offer current undergrads deferred admission to the school's MBA program, on the condition that they work for two years before starting it.

Interested Georgia Tech undergrads should be in their last year of bachelor studies, and should have already secured post-graduation employment. Additionally, interested candidates will be required to take the GMAT or the GRE.

The program launches this month.

For more information, please see Georgia Tech's MBA Pathway Program webpage.

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