Diversity and inclusion are pivotal to the Georgetown McDonough MBA experience. We foster a welcoming environment for every member of our community and create opportunities where we can learn from each other. We offer various resources, partnerships, events, and scholarships to support students and their families, including underrepresented minorities, women, veterans, LGBTQ, and international citizens.
Women at McDonough
Your goals are supported by an inclusive and powerful network of women and male allies who make a daily impact on our community. Through student clubs, alumni network leadership opportunities, partnerships, and other resources, we help our MBA women at McDonough thrive.
Our veterans represent a significant part of our community and hail from every branch and role within the U.S. military. Through their unique experiences, they have honed valuable skills in leadership and conflict resolution that primes them for a business career.
Our vibrant LGBTQ and ally communities are an important part of the fabric of the MBA student body. Resources provided to support you in your personal and professional goals include the Out@MSB student organization, partnership with Reaching Out MBA, and the LGBTQ Resource Center.
A diverse student body is integral to developing the university’s global mindset. Our students come from over 30 countries, and approximately 73 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. Learn more about the resources we have to support international students during the program.
Families and Partners
Involving your families and partners in the Georgetown McDonough community is important to us. 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 school social activities, Career Center workshops, and additional on- and off-campus resources.
Prospective Student Diversity Events
We encourage prospective MBA students to engage with current students, faculty, alumni, and staff at upcoming diversity events to learn more about the opportunities and resources available for women, underrepresented minorities, LGBTQ students, and military service members. View our upcoming events.
McDonough Talks Podcast & MBA Admissions Blog
The student-run McDonough Talks podcast and the MBA Admissions official blog offer various inside perspectives of the Georgetown MBA experience. Through both, current students, alumni, faculty, and Admissions team members provide insights about life on campus, the application process, and all things MBA
47% Full-time students; 12% Already have a Masters Degrees; 37% Non-Business/Economics Majors; 23% Female; 26% Underrepresented Minorities; 44% U.S. Diversity; Average 28; Work Experience Range 0-31; Average Years of Work Experience 5