The Master of International Business is one of many specialized degrees available at GSU's Robinson College of Business.
In a display of how globally connected Atlanta business schools have become, the J. Mack Robinson College of Business’ recent master’s class hailed from more foreign countries than American states.
Among the 483 students who graduated with MBAs and other specialized master’s degrees at the Georgia State University business school, 28 nations were represented.

That eclipsed the 20 states (including Georgia) that sent students.

While perennial partners like China, India and Korea — the top three senders of international students overall in the U.S. — were well represented, so were other nontraditional recruiting grounds like Uzbekistan and Vietnam. The business school has an extensive alumni network throughout the world.

See the full list of countries from which Robinson College master’s graduates hailed below, and learn more about the MBA, Master of International Business and other specialized programs in finance, real estate, health administration and other sectors here.

Bahamas (The)
China
Colombia
France
Ghana
Hong Kong
India
Cote D’Ivoire
Japan
Kenya
South Korea
Kuwait
Lebanon
Liberia
Mali
Mexico
Nigeria
Nepal
Pakistan
Russia
Saudi Arabia
Singapore
Sweden
Turkey
Taiwan
United Kingdom
Uzbekistan
Vietnam

As managing editor of Global Atlanta, Trevor has spent 15+ years reporting on Atlanta’s ties with the world. An avid traveler, he has undertaken trips to 30+ countries to uncover stories on the perils...