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  • Georgetown University Showcases Global Executive MBA in Ghana

    Elie Farhat, Assistant Dean for Executive Outreach from Georgetown University, in Washington DC is in Accra to highlight innovative the highly innovative Georgetown- ESADE Global Executive MBA. The programme mirrors the complexity of the global business environment by integrating and packaging mu


  • New D.C. Principals Trained Through Fellowship Designed to Promote Talent

    Fellows work with leadership coaches and professors from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. They serve as “resident principals” for a year in two different schools, working alongside high-performing mentor principals.


  • Competing in the Executive Education Marketplace

    An interview with Paul Almeida, senior associate dean of Executive Education at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business: Executive education programs are perhaps the ones that receive the greatest level of demand from working adults and other non-traditional learners. In this interview, Almeida sheds a little light on this growing marketplace, discusses the importance of student-centeredness to competing and succeeding and shares his thoughts on the factors institutions must highlight to differentiate themselves in the increasingly crowded market.


  • Learning the Pentagon’s Secrets for Business Success

    “This spring, Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business began offering a course on the use of net assessment for business strategy. The week-long class, the first of its kind, is designed to systematically explain and apply principles and methodologies honed over decades in the Pentagon to the global business environment.”


  • Financial Times Ranks Executive Custom Programs #3 in the U.S., #17 in the World

    The Executive Education Customized Programs at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business advanced to #3 in the United States and #17 in the world, up from #11 and #34 respectively, in 


  • The Internet’s Role in Maintaining U.S. Global Leadership in Innovation

    A Symposium Presented by the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy, June 10

    WHAT: Attend “The Internet and Communications Regulation: A Policy and Technology Symposium,” hosted by the Center for Business and Public Policy at Georgetown Un


  • MSF Program to Launch August Start Date

    After the successful launch of the Master of Science in Finance (MSF) Online program in January 2014, Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business will add an August start date for the program's second cohort.

    In 2013, a total of 162 students applied to the program and 39 studen


  • Would You Rather Pay for Health Insurance or…?

    An article by Ishani Banerji: It is this notion of having to choose between health insurance and something else that led me to conduct a survey in January at the Georgetown Institute for Consumer Research. I asked consumers a fairly simple question: Many people have to make choices when it comes to their monthly expenses. If you had to choose between spending money every month on paying for health insurance versus each of the following monthly expenses, which would you pick?