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Georgetown MBA Advances in Financial Times Global Ranking

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The Full-time MBA Program at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business advanced four places to #36 in the 2014 Financial Times Global MBA Ranking, which was released on Monday, January 27.

Georgetown McDonough achieved high placements among U.S. schools in the areas of alumni salaries, career progress, and aims achieved; the percentage of international students and women faculty at the school; the international experience provided by the program; the percentage of full-time faculty with doctorates; and the quality of faculty research.

Financial Times produces the Global MBA ranking annually through surveys of alumni and the individual business schools. See the full 2014 ranking.