Executive Custom Programs Rank #10 in U.S. by the Financial Times
Georgetown McDonough’s Executive Custom Programs retains its top-10 U.S. standing in the latest Financial Times Executive Education ranking.
“We continue to provide value to our custom program clients, even during this uncertain time, by ensuring that they are the center of our programming,” said Charles Skuba, senior associate dean for Executive Custom Programs. “Through virtual class sessions and informational webinars, we ensure that learning continues during this pivotal time for many organizations.”
The Financial Times uses surveys of schools and individual clients to tabulate its ranking. This year, McDonough ranked 2nd among U.S. schools for growth and 12th globally. It also continues to be in the top-10 domestically for many of the measures, including program design and preparation, teaching methods, new skills and learning, aims achieved, and value for money.
McDonough’s Executive Custom Programs draws expertise from across Georgetown University and the extensive Washington, D.C., network of business and policy leaders to create programs for clients that address numerous themes, including global leadership, change and innovation management, business analytics, stakeholder engagement, and corporate responsibility.