Georgetown MBA Ranks 2nd for Nonprofits in Princeton Review
Georgetown McDonough placed second in the Princeton Review’s ranking of MBA programs for careers in nonprofits for 2022, up two positions from the previous year. The MBA program also placed sixth for careers in consulting and ninth overall for career prospects.
The 2022 ranking uses student data from the 2021 academic year to determine the scores. According to Georgetown’s 2021 MBA Employment Report, consulting remained one of the top industries for McDonough graduates at 26 percent, with social impact and nonprofit at six percent.
The Princeton Review bases its rankings on student surveys to identify how well schools prepare them for careers in specific industries. Using institutional and student survey data, the rankings weigh career outcomes, admissions selectivity, academic rigor, and others to report the top 10 business schools in each category.