Georgetown's McDonough MBAs Among Highest Earners in the IT Sector, According to Annual Ranking of MBA Programs Worldwide
Washington, D.C. - The latest Financial Times ranking recognizes Georgetown University's McDonough MBA program as among the best in the world. Released today, the third annual Financial Times ranking places McDonough's MBA program at #29 in a ranking of 100 MBA programs worldwide. The McDonough MBA is among the top thirty percent of MBA programs ranked by the Times, up from thirty-seven percent last year, when the school ranked #28 out of 75 programs surveyed. Among the U.S. programs assessed this year, the McDonough MBA ranked twenty-third.
The ranking also lists the top ten schools in various categories. In one of the categories, salaries in the information technology sector, McDonough MBAs ranked eighth.
"We are pleased to be recognized by The Financial Times as one of the leading international MBA programs," says Christopher Puto, dean of the McDonough School. "The Financial Times ranking underscores the recognition Georgetown's MBA program commands internationally."
The Financial Times rankings are available at www.ft.com