The Financial Times has named Georgetown's McDonough School of Business #12 in the United States and #15 in North America for the second year in a row in its listing of the top 25 Americas business schools.
“At Georgetown McDonough, our distinctiveness is propelled by our location in the global capital city of Washington, D.C., the interdisciplinary expertise we gain by collaborating across Georgetown University’s renowned programs, and our Jesuit tradition that guides us to be the best in the world and the best for the world,” said Paul Almeida, dean and William R. Berkley Chair. “We are honored to be recognized again as a top school by the Financial Times.”
The ranking is a composite of the FT’s individual program area rankings. Georgetown McDonough’s overall rank is derived from its MBA, Executive MBA, and Executive Custom Program rankings.