Georgetown MBA Receives High Marks from Economist
In its annual “Which MBA?” ranking, the Economist listed Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business as 23rd in the United States and 35th in the world, up from 26th and 40th last year.
The Economist surveys students, alumni, and individual business schools to determine the global MBA ranking. Schools are evaluated along metrics related to the extent to which schools open new career opportunities, contribute to students personal development and educational experience, lead to an increase in salary, and add to their potential to network with alumni.
Georgetown McDonough’s Full-time MBA program received its highest marks in career-related categories.