The Princeton Review Ranks Georgetown MBA 3rd for Nonprofits and 8th for Consulting
The Princeton Review ranked Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business MBA program third in the United States in its ranking of best MBA programs for nonprofit careers and eighth for consulting careers.
McDonough was also ranked among the top business schools in the Northeast and the top business schools in all of the United States.
The Princeton Review determines the rankings on its Best Business Schools lists based on data on career outcomes, admissions selectivity, and academic rigor from university administrators and surveys of students on their experiences and how the MBA program they attended benefited them in their careers. The Princeton Review’s rankings for 2023 are based on surveys conducted in the last two years of administrators at 397 business schools offering MBA programs and surveys of 29,900 students.
According to Georgetown’s 2022 MBA Employment Report, consulting remains the top profession of choice for MBA graduates from Georgetown McDonough, with 29% of the Class of 2022 opting to work in the industry. 7% of MBA graduates in the Class of 2022 have pursued careers in nonprofit organizations and government.