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Georgetown MBA Places 24th in the United States in Bloomberg Businessweek Ranking

Georgetown’s Full-time MBA advanced to 24th overall in the annual Bloomberg Businessweek ranking of MBA programs, up two positions from last year.

The ranking measures schools in the categories of compensation, learning, networking, entrepreneurship, and diversity. Results are based on surveys of alumni, students, and corporate recruiters, as well as employment and admissions data provided by schools. 

Georgetown McDonough increased positions in four of the five categories, including learning, networking, compensation, and diversity.  

“At Georgetown McDonough, we seek to deliver an innovative curriculum that aligns with advances in business and society. This includes new certificate offerings and courses focused on emerging industry trends in global real estate, sustainable business, and data analytics, as well as new international partnerships and opportunities for global exposure and an ongoing commitment to principled leadership and educating the whole person,” said Sudipta Dasmohapatra, senior associate dean for MBA programs. “We are pleased to see these efforts recognized by Bloomberg Businessweek as we continue to build on our reputation as one of the top MBA programs in the country.”

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