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Georgetown MBA Ranks 5th for Nonprofit Careers

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Georgetown McDonough ranked fifth in the Princeton Review’s ranking of MBA programs for careers in nonprofits for 2019. Eight percent of the Full-time MBA Class of 2018 went into the non profit and social impact industry, making it the fourth most popular industry for graduates this year. Georgetown McDonough is committed to remaining a top ranked MBA program for both full-time and part-time students.

The Princeton Review bases its rankings on student surveys of how well the school prepares them for a career in nonprofit work. The list of rankings also incorporates school-reported data on the proportion of students going into the nonprofit industry and their starting salaries.