In 2013, The Financial Times listed Georgetown McDonough’s Executive MBA as the No. 5 standalone program in the United States.
The Financial Times 2013 rankings listed Georgetown McDonough’s Executive MBA program among the world’s best.
5th among stand-alone United States programs, up from 7th the previous year
31st in the world, up from 35th the previous year
1st in the United States for the percentage an alumnus’ salary increased three years after graduation
8th for career progress
10th for salary
4th for meeting the goals of alumni in the “aims achieved” category
3rd for international course experience
5th for the percentage of women students
Financial Times produces the Executive MBA ranking through surveys of alumni and individual business schools. Programs are evaluated on the following criteria: alumni salary figures and percentage salary increase, alumni career progress and aims achieved as a result of their degree, faculty research, percentage of faculty with doctorates, percentage of international and women faculty members, student work experience, percentage of international and women students, international course experience, percentage of international and women board members, and number of languages students are required to speak upon graduation.