The Georgetown McDonough experience for Full-time and Evening MBA students is like no other, from more than 40 student organizations, to a strong service ethos, to broad support for spouses and partners. From the beauty of Georgetown’s historic campus to the vibrancy of the Washington, D.C., business community, a Georgetown McDonough education offers community on every level.
There are more than 40 student-run organizations at Georgetown McDonough. Our student clubs enhance and integrate your academic, social, and professional lives and attest to our culture of community.
Centers and Initiatives
Georgetown McDonough is home to 10 faculty-led centers and initiatives. Whether generating research, advising policy makers, convening industry leaders, or providing real-world learning labs for students, these programs support the school's themes of principled leadership, global mindset, service to business and society, and excellence in research to impact practice.
Service to Others
We strives to educate future global leaders of the highest ability and integrity who are committed to improving the world for themselves and for others. The university’s Jesuit value of service to others is woven throughout all aspects of the Full-time and Evening MBA Programs.
While attending Georgetown McDonough, you will live and learn at the global nexus of business, policy, and international affairs. As a business hub — particularly for high-tech and entrepreneurial startups — Washington D.C., is home to investment capital firms, start-up incubators, and the most highly educated citizenry of any major metropolitan area in the country.
A diverse student body is integral to developing the university’s global mindset. Our students hail from 45 countries, and approximately 80 percent have lived, worked, or studied abroad. We encourage students from across the world to join our community of scholars and professionals at the McDonough School of Business.
Families and Partners
Families and partners are an integral part of the Georgetown McDonough community. While you pursue your studies, your personal support network can become better acquainted with the school by participating in the Georgetown MBA Partners Association, organized activities, Career Center workshops, informal networks, and additional on- and off-campus resources.