“Our corporate clients choose Georgetown for many reasons, ranging from our depth of experience in global business, our geopolitical expertise, or our location in Washington, D.C.,” said Paul Almeida, deputy dean for executive education and innovation. “They also recognize our reputation for building impactful, customized programs tailored to meet their specific goals.”
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.
Georgetown McDonough was ranked #1 in the world for follow-up after course participants return to their workplaces, as well as #5 globally (#2 in the United States) for program design and #10 globally (#3 in the United States) for the school’s preparation in designing each program. Among U.S. schools, McDonough rated in the top 5 of every category in the client survey.