Georgetown McDonough’s Executive Custom Programs are ranked #6 in the United States and #21 in the world, according to the latest Financial Times Executive Education ranking.

“At Georgetown, we tailor every program to each individual client, drawing upon our expertise across subjects ranging from stakeholder engagement and leading change to global leadership and corporate responsibility,” said Charles Skuba, senior associate dean for executive custom programs. “As a result, we continue to build a global reputation as a true educational partner in any organization’s journey.”

The Financial Times ranking measures clients’ perceptions of the quality and delivery of the program, as well as the internationality of the overall program through a survey of each business school.

Among U.S. schools, Georgetown McDonough was ranked #1 for follow-up after course participants return to their workplaces, #3 for partnering with other top schools around the world, and #5 for preparation, helping participants achieve their goals, the array of overseas programs offered, and overall growth.

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