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Financial Times Ranks Executive Custom Programs #10 in U.S.

Georgetown McDonough’s Executive Custom Programs division retains its top-10 U.S. standing in the latest Financial Times Executive Education ranking.

“We’re proud of our ranking and the results we deliver for our loyal and growing number of clients,” said Charles Skuba, senior associate dean for Executive Custom Programs. “Our client-centered approach to executive education at Georgetown McDonough ensures every program is tailored to the specific needs of each organization.”

McDonough’s Executive Custom Progrmas draws expertise from within the business school and across both Georgetown University and the extensive Washington, D.C., network of business and policy leaders, to create programs across numerous themes, ranging from global leadership and leading change to stakeholder engagement and corporate responsibility.  

Among U.S. schools, Georgetown McDonough was ranked #1 for the breadth of its partner schools, #3 for growth, #5 for the quality of follow-up with clients, #7 for its global reach, and #8 for the quality of preparation within each program. The FT uses surveys of schools and individual clients to tabulate its ranking.

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