The Financial Times lists Georgetown’s Full-time MBA program as 19th in the United States and 44th in the world in its 2016 Global MBA Ranking.
“In a ranking that emphasizes alumni outcomes and global readiness, Georgetown is pleased to be ranked among the very top global business schools,” said Prashant Malaviya, senior associate dean for MBA programs. “We are particularly grateful to and proud of our alumni, who have made great strides in their careers, as reflected in these rankings. We shall continue to innovate our academic experience, enhance our career service offerings, and strengthen our alumni network to ensure that our students are prepared to be principled leaders with a global minded, ready to serve business and society.”
Georgetown McDonough achieved high placements among U.S. schools in the areas of alumni salaries and career progress; alumni aims achieved; the alumni recommend rank; the percentage of women on the faculty; the percentage of international students, faculty, and board members; and the quality of faculty research.
Financial Times produces the Global MBA Ranking annually through surveys of alumni and individual business schools. See the full 2016 ranking.