McDonough School of Business
McDonough School of Business

MA-IBP Class Profile

Meet the 2024 class of the Master of Arts in International Business and Policy- a cohort of dedicated working professionals who are committed to building their international relations and business skills through leadership and collaboration among a diverse group of peers. 

9average years of experience
33average age
52class size
52%female
17%military
43%U.S. diversitySignifies African American, Hispanic American, and Asian American
33%U.S. underrepresented minoritiesSignifies African American and Hispanic American

The absolute best part about MA-IBP for me were the lifelong friends I made in my cohort from all walks of life. Our cohort became extremely close throughout the program and we have remained in contact since graduating through group chats and have even vacationed together! I especially enjoyed connecting to  cohort members who came from different parts of the country and world – it’s been wonderful to share perspectives and even introduce each other to new cuisine and catch phrases.

Sabrina Teichman (MA-IBP’20)

Industries Represented

21%Hold Post Graduate Degrees
73%Students based locally(DC-MD-VA)
19%Students based out of state

Countries Represented

46%International Citizenship
92%International Experience
8%Students Based Internationally
18Languages Spoken

The cohort experience is one of the most valuable components of the program. Working closely with incredible people from a wide variety of backgrounds and skillsets allowed me to validate my professional strengths, explore new areas of interest, and witness how successful leaders are able to turn their personal passions into careers. I walked away with an incredible network and close friends who are truly making an impact on the world.

Clayton Root (MA-IBP’21)
4 IBP students in front of capitol hill

Professional Background

  • For Profit: 44%
  • Public: 38%
  • Nonprofit: 15%
  • Other: 2%
3 smiling IBP students in breakout room in hariri

Class by Work Experience

  • 3-5 years of experience: 33%
  • 6-10 years of experience: 44%
  • 11-15 years of experience: 10%
  • 16+ years of experience: 13%
Students walking in the Rafik B. Hariri Building on Georgetown's campus

Class by Age

  • <30 years old: 40%
  • 30-34 years old: 25%
  • 35-39 years old: 17%
  • 40+ years old: 27%
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Join Our January 2025 Intake

The next MA-IBP intake launches in January 2025. We welcome the opportunity to connect with you throughout the admissions process to learn more about your background and interests.

Questions? Contact Our MA-IBP Admissions Team

ma.ibp@georgetown.edu / +1 (202) 687-0971/ Frequently Asked Questions