Georgetown MBA Advances to Number 22 in Business Week Ranking of Best B-Schools

October 23, 2006

Cynthia S. Shaw
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Georgetown MBA Advances to Number 22 in Business Week Ranking of Best B-Schools

WASHINGTON, DC -- Georgetown's McDonough School of Business ranked 22nd in Business Week's profile of the best graduate business schools, which was announced on October 12, 2006. In advancing three places, Georgetown improved its position by as much as all but four other schools.

The McDonough School earned an "A" for teaching quality, according to Business Week. The grades are based on survey responses from graduates at U.S. schools and MBA recruiters.

"The Best B-Schools" is the cover story of the October 23 issue of BusinessWeek, which is available online at

About The McDonough School of Business

Offering unparalleled access to the world's business, policy and thought leaders, The McDonough School of Business is seated at one of the nation's most prestigious universities in one of the world's most dynamic and important cities. The School is committed to developing leaders capable of making complex business decisions in a global environment and who are dedicated to serving their companies, society and humanity.

The McDonough School's undergraduate, MBA, executive education, and International Executive MBA programs provide solid grounding in all the core management disciplines, with an emphasis on the global, ethical and political environment of business. For more information about the MBA program at The McDonough School, visit

About Georgetown University
Georgetown University is the oldest Catholic and Jesuit university in America, founded in 1789 by Archbishop John Carroll. Georgetown today is a major student-centered, international, research university offering respected undergraduate, graduate and professional programs on its three campuses. For more information about Georgetown University, visit