Around the World
Georgetown Students Make a Difference Around the World
The Global Business Experience is required of all Georgetown McDonough graduate students. Working in small teams, students partner with executives from multinational organizations to address complex business challenges. Students spend six weeks on campus applying strategic business and analytical skills, with the guidance of faculty members, to develop solutions for their client and then travel to present recommendations to senior leadership. Learn more.
Global Connections: Distinctive Career Fair Introduces MBAs to Global Employers
Georgetown McDonough and Spain’s ESADE Business School created the Global Career Conference and Expo in response to international student requests for greater visibility in the job and internship search process. While other schools hold virtual events, it was important to the two schools to create a live event to foster connections between students and employers. In addition to the expo, many organizations conduct on-site interviews and information sessions. Learn more.
MBAs Put Jesuit Values in Action in South Africa
Georgetown McDonough MBA Evening Program students visited a migrant community in Yeoville through the Jesuit Refugee Service (JSR) and the Jesuit Institute as part of their social responsibility Global Experience in South Africa in July. Since South Africa opened up its borders post-Apartheid, Yeoville has become one of the largest areas in Johannesburg for immigrants and refugees from African countries such as Congo, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Cameroon, Somalia, Rwanda and Kenya. Read more.