The Executive MBA program at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business enrolled a record 45 percent female students this year, the highest rate since the program’s beginning 25 years ago.

“We are committed to increasing our female representation in our Executive MBA program and are incredibly proud to have achieved 45 percent female representation in our current cohort,” said Nita Swinsick, senior director of recruitment and admissions for executive degree programs.

The class also is noteworthy for its international makeup. Fourteen percent of the class are international citizens from 10 countries, including Belarus, India, and Lebanon. Students in the class speak 20 languages. See the entire EMBA class profile.