Georgetown McDonough welcomed the 10th cohort of the Global Executive MBA (GEMBA) program in June. The students spent two weeks at Georgetown for their opening residency, with class sessions on international business management, business, government, and the global economy, and financial statement management.

Students in the cohort speak 22 languages, live in 12 different countries, and represent 13 industries. They will head to Spain at the end of August for a 12-day module in Madrid and Barcelona.

The 14-month GEMBA program is a partnership with Georgetown McDonough, Georgetown's School of Foreign Service, INCAE Business School, and ESADE Business School.