Graziadio Business School Reviews
Rating 4.63 out of 5 19 reviews
Pros: Small class sizes, knowledgeable professors. Cons: Expensive and tough to get into competitive classes.
I believe I've learned from the program. Each class is different in terms of how much is taught in classes versus how much is self-instruction. Although not much self instruction, it should be less.
The academics at the Graziadio business school are very challenging but the curriculum is designed around current market conditions and the learnings have directly influenced my professional career.
All of the students and staff at the Graziadio business school have been extremely supportive and truly care about their community.
The EMBA for Executives fit into my schedule and was challenging and interactive. My "cohort" was diverse and had a wealth of experience to share. Professors were engaged and clearly loved their subject matter.
Even though we are experiencing a pandemic due to COVID-19 the faculty at Graziadio has been very helpful and attentive to help each one of us with enrolling, financial aid, and providing so many resources to help us get organized. Classes are virtual but still educational and not boring. Professors have thought up ways to keep our attention in class as well as shorten some the length.
As a first year MBA student the classes are educational. You will learn new ways to make decisions and work with teams and different mindsets.
Have not yet attended but I have reviewed what others have said and visited the campus. It has a lot of great resources.
So far my experience with the admissions process has been pleasant. However, I wish the students on campus had more access to audio and visual equipment and that it would be easier for online students to find opportunities on campus.
Great school. Teachers care and small class sizes, but I would like to see more teachers with real world work experience
The school has great resources for students, peers, and professors to to share knowledge. My experience at the school was ver positive.
The academics went well. The school dedicates themselves to helping their students grow academically as well as spiritually.
Loved my experience because I found a group of people who were passionate and aligned with what I wanted to learn.
The academics are meant to challenge you and bring you out of your comfort zone. The professors can pick up on each students weaknesses and enhance them through the courses.
The knowledge you gain from your peers and professors is more than you can ever imagine. The networking is great. Everyone is like-minded and very supportive of each other.
Currently in the fully-employed part time program. Love the flexibility of classes - you can take courses at different campuses or online. Also really appreciate the optional global week abroad program. I wish that they had more campus clubs for graduate students - most seemed geared more toward undergrads.