View the employment statistics on our most recent class of female business leaders. We encourage you to learn more about the career resources that are available to help transform or advance your career.
Admit.me Access – Georgetown McDonough is a proud partner of Admit.me Access, the only free comprehensive admission resource for underrepresented minorities (URMs) and women interested in applying to an MBA program. Admit.me Access provides free admissions resources, discounts, and an admissions community, ensuring that its members never apply alone.
Forté Foundation – Forté is a consortium of top business schools and companies dedicated to directing talented women toward leadership roles in business.
Graduate Women in Business (GWIB) – GWiB is a professional development and advocacy group of forward-looking and courageous business trailblazers who share in the goal of empowering women and male allies. Check out the latest happenings @gwib_msb on Instagram.
Prospective MBA Women’s Weekend is an event hosted in the fall that gives prospective students a chance to experience the Georgetown McDonough community and learn more about our commitment to supporting women on their business school journey.
Families and Partners Support– This social and professional networking organization is for the spouses and significant others of our graduate students. Our purpose is to further connect partners with the Georgetown community.
Georgetown McDonough has a nursing room for mothers to support women on their breastfeeding journey.
To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the first woman to graduate from the business school, Georgetown McDonough released 60 Years of Alumnae: Memories, Milestones, and Momentum, which chronicles the personal and professional lives of alumnae across the decades in their own words.
Men as Allies – This initiative helps male students benefit from, get involved in, and enhance gender equity on campus and to take that experience back to the business world.
McDonough Sippy Cup – Students and their children and families gather on campus to connect and enjoy a celebration with carnival style activities and snacks as part of the Spring McDonough Cup tradition.
McDonough Fall Festival – Fall tradition for students, faculty, and staff to celebrate Halloween and enjoy games and refreshments with their children and families.
Upcoming Events for Women Applicants:
Scholarships and Financial Assistance
John F. Dealy Scholarship – Focus on Gender Equity
The John F. Dealy Scholarship provides merit-based scholarships for students pursuing the Full-time MBA program. The award amount and number of awards varies each year. The scholarship supports students whose background or experience prove a demonstrated interest in gender equality in the fields of technology, finance, consulting, or other business fields and support the cause of gender parity in the Georgetown and broader business community. All full-time MBA applicants will be considered based on the information provided in their application. There is a question in the background section of the application that allows applicants to show their commitment to gender equity to be considered.
The Consortium for Graduate Study of Management
The Consortium enhances diversity in business education and leadership by helping reduce the underrepresentation of African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans in MBA programs and in the ranks of management. As a member school, we provide scholarships for students who are admitted as part of The Consortium. For more information, please visit The Consortium website to learn how to complete the separate and common application. All eligible applicants are considered upon submitting a completed application to the Georgetown MBA program through The Consortium. If you are a prospective Consortium student and have questions, please email MSB-CGSM@georgetown.edu.
Georgetown MBA Merit Scholarship
The McDonough School of Business awards scholarships based on an applicant’s academic, personal, and professional accomplishments. Recipients will demonstrate ethical leadership, academic accomplishment, and professional achievements through their application and interview for the MBA program. They typically show a commitment to service to others through past and current activities. All applicants are automatically considered upon submitting a completed application to the Georgetown MBA Program
Georgetown McDonough is a proud partner of Admit.me Access, the only free comprehensive admission resource for underrepresented minorities (URMs) and women interested in applying to an MBA program. Admit.me Access and Georgetown McDonough have partnered to offer an Admit.me Access member a scholarship of up to $5,000.
Forté Application Fee Waivers
Forté MBA Launch participants are eligible for an application fee waiver. Waivers will be applied automatically when you submit your application.
Forté members are eligible for an application fee reduction. Reductions will be applied automatically when you submit your application.
Women belong in business and the Georgetown McDonough School of Business supports women every step of the way through their MBA programs. In this piece, Georgetown McDonough MBA students dispel the myths that may hold women back from pursuing their b-school dreams.
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
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Student Spotlight: Gabriela Miranda
Meet Gabriela Miranda (MBA’20), a Full-time MBA student from San Jose, Costa Rica. She joined McDonough after six years in the retail industry in supply chain management and hopes to go into management consulting after the completion of her degree.