The Student Experience
Join a global business community and learn in a collaborative cohort environment.
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A Closely Connected Global Cohort
Over the course of this 10-month STEM designated program, MiM students will take all of their classes together. This dynamic learning experience emphasizes collaboration and forges strong bonds among peers from all over the globe, as well as between students and faculty. This incredible support system at Georgetown will last well into your career.
MiM’21 Class Profile
Where do our students come from?
Georgetown University • Yale University • Columbia University • University of Notre Dame • University of Virginia • University of Michigan • Boston College • Carleton College • Smith College • Villanova University • College of William and Mary • Rutgers University • University of St. Andrews • American University of Beirut • and more!
In the MiM program, we are purposeful about building community. From team activities and cohort gatherings, to McDonough-wide organizations, we help students make connections that will enhance their cocurricular experience. Within the program, students have opportunities to connect with faculty, deans, and alumni in our Leaders-in-Residence program. Students also spearhead our fall service project and get the opportunity to serve our community while honing their marketing and leadership skills.
Outside the program, students have dozens of career, cultural, and social clubs at their fingertips through the Graduate Student Organization. Some of these clubs are housed right here in our MBA program. The MiM community is one that actively helps students to connect with others and form those bonds that will last long past their time at McDonough.
Located in one of the world’s biggest hubs for business, government, and international relations, students are awarded the opportunity of exposure to some of the most innovative companies Washington, D.C., has to offer. Site visits and meetings with senior leaders at these organizations are frequently interwoven into the Georgetown MiM curriculum to help students discover where the intersection of business and personal calling converge. Students also have access to alumni connections and networking events within these key organizations.
Global Alumni Community
Georgetown was established on the Jesuit principles of equality, respect, and “cura personalis” — care for the whole person — and those same values define the school and our alumni community today. We have a collaborative culture where students, faculty, staff, and alumni look after one another. All MiM students belong to a diverse, distinguished network of 190,000 Georgetown University alumni around the world who share a lifelong bond to the university.
We offer dedicated career services that help you take charge of your career.
- Coaching: Receive guidance from career coaches who partner with you to uncover career goals and objectives resulting in a customized career search strategy.
- Curricula: Our coursework creates a foundation through which you can clarify your goals, build your career story, create an impactful resume and cover letter, and identify suitable industries and functions. Our career curriculum is focused on identifying and closing gaps to help you achieve your career goals. You are not alone – we empower you to make this happen.
- Networking: Learn how to connect with Georgetown University’s robust global network of alumni. Students may also join career fairs, employer events, and other initiatives that are open to the entire Georgetown community.
- Technology: Students have access to a dedicated online job board as well as numerous databases for in depth industry and company research.
The program schedule is structured so that students interested in taking internships at area institutions may do so.
*Internships are not part of the curriculum and are therefore optional and non-credit bearing. Please note that international students on F1 status cannot participate in paid off-campus internships.
Join Our August 2022 Intake
Our application for August 2022 intake to the Master’s in Management program will open in August 2021, and we encourage you to revisit our site at this time to explore applying. We welcome the opportunity to connect with you throughout the admissions process to learn more about your background and interests.