The MBA Career Center
Our MBA students are among the world’s best and brightest, and our purpose is to give them the necessary skills to advance their careers or begin new ones. We build relationships with top MBA recruiters from across the globe whose seek to hire from the country’s top business schools.
The MBA Career Center is proud to partner with leading global organizations and our strong network of alumni to create top-notch opportunities for Georgetown McDonough School of Business MBA students.
Whether you are looking to switch careers or advance on your current path, the MBA Career Center will expose you to a number of new opportunities from some of the world’s top MBA recruiters. Throughout your time at Georgetown, you will learn successful approaches to strategically utilize the MBA in your career advancement.
Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, in partnership with ESADE Business School in Spain, organizes the Global Career Conference and Expo (GCCE) to connect multinational employers with global leadership talent. Employers from around the world can connect with MBAs who are eager to work in a global business setting outside their countries of origin and across cultures.
Georgetown McDonough By the Numbers
Georgetown McDonough accepts the best of the best and graduates the best of the best. Here are some of the statistics.
Georgetown MBA Graduates Hired by Fortune 100 Most Desirable MBA Employers
The last 3 years, 54 of the 2013 Fortune 100 Most Desirable MBA Employers pursued/ hired 514 McDonough MBAs.
New On-Campus Employers
The MBA Career Center added 29 new employers to our portfolio of on-campus recruiters between 2012 and 2013.
During the 2012-13 academic school year, the MBA Career Center facilitated more than 1,000 on-campus interviews.
Multiple Language Fluency
A total of 54 percent of Full-time MBA MBA students are fluent in more than one language.
International Student Average Base Salary
The average international student base salary increased 15 percent between 2011 and 2013.
International Student Offers Received Before Graduation
Percentage of international students receiving offers before graduation increased 27% between 2011 and 2013.
Full-time MBA's ('13) Receive Full-Time Offers within 3 Months of Graduation
60% of ('13) identify McDonough as primary offer source (financial, consulting, consumer goods and retail, & tech).
Full-time MBA ('13) Average Signing Bonus
The average signing bonus received by U.S. students was $26,220 and the average signing bonus received by international students was $32,022.
Full-time MBA ('13) Average Salary
U.S. students earned an average of $101,659, and international students earned an average of $103,695 for the Class of 2013.