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How Can Business Schools Tackle Racial Inequality?

September 27th, 2020

At Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, there are only three black professors. The proportion of black MiM students is 5 per cent, but this year the school launched Georgetown Reach, a free program to raise awareness of business schools among ethnic minority teenagers. They will spend a week later this year in Washington DC learning how to prepare for university through seminars on topics such as financial aid and high school class selection. “We want to change the perception of business schools: we want to be the ideal home for underprivileged kids and their way out of disadvantage,” says Paul Almeida, dean at McDonough.

Georgetown Sees 396% Jump In Master’s In Management Apps

September 15th, 2020

In its second year, the Master of Science in Management program at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business saw a 396% increase in applications. After receiving 92 applications for its first cohort entering in the fall of 2019, the one-year program saw applications surge to 364 for entry this fall.

MiM Class of 2020: Jacob Sabel (MiM’20)

August 11th, 2020

Jacob Sabel (MiM’20) interned at a boutique private equity firm, Three Pillars Capital, in Chicago, Illinois. The internship was extremely valuable, …

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MiM Class of 2020: Fanwei Yin (MiM’20)

July 10th, 2020

Since graduating with her Master’s in Management (MiM) at the McDonough School of Business, Fanwei Yin has started her summer fellowship with the U.S…