Starting October 1, applicants to the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business Flex MBA program with seven or more years of work experience and a 3.3 undergraduate GPA or greater may submit the Executive Assessment (EA) test in lieu of a GMAT or GRE exam.
As part of their global consulting project, MSF students worked with the One Economy Foundation, a nonprofit that aims to bridge Namibia's two economies, and presented recommendations at the country's State House.
Three incoming first-year students helped develop PoliTalk USA, a free iOS app that profiles the large field of Democratic presidential candidates and aims to provide an unbiased look at their policy positions.
The committee will work to elevate the school’s executive-level degree programs, including the Executive MBA and Executive Master’s in Leadership, by strengthening the engagement and networking capability of students and alumni.
Meet Billy Hickmott (B'20), who is spending his summer in New York City with ESPN's brand marketing department, promoting ESPN's non live-sports properties such as SportsCenter, 30 for 30, Fantasy Football, and more.
As part of USAID’s Engendering Utilities initiative, Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business will deliver a Gender Equity Executive Leadership Program to employees from 17 energy utilities from around the world in Amsterdam this July. The first group to complete the program in 2018 included 21 participants from companies in Georgia, Jordan, Kenya, North Macedonia, and Nigeria.
Meet Madeline Perez (MSF'20) who is spending her summer with PenFed Credit Union supporting their lending services team in credit analytics and risk policy, and leading a group of undergraduate interns.
In front of friends, family, and faculty at Georgetown University, the inaugural cohort of 15 fellows graduated on June 21 from the Pivot Program, which offers a certificate in business and entrepreneurship for Washington, D.C., residents released from local correctional facilities who show strong potential to become successful leaders and role models in their communities.
The Steers Center for Global Real Estate at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business has appointed Jim Reid, past president of Americas Strategic Initiatives at CBRE, as executive in residence and Robert and Lauren Steers Chair in Global Real Estate and George Yeonas (B’77), former real estate advisor to builders, developers, and financial institutions, as managing director.
Catherine Tinsley, Raffini Family professor of management at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and director, Georgetown University Women’s Leadership Institute, has been recognized for her research and thought leadership on gender and diversity by Harvard Business Review (HBR).