Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business

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Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business

Committed to serving business and society

Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business
Located at the intersection of business, government, and international relations, Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business develops principled leaders committed to serving both business and society. Through our global perspective, rigorous academics, and culture of collaboration we prepare students to compete in today’s international business environment.
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Georgetown University was founded in 1789 with the School of Business opening in 1957 founded on the understanding that commercial markets is essential to worldwide political stability.

GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
Now more than ever, the world needs global thinkers. We prepare students to hit the ground running in today’s international business environment. Through our globally focused curriculum, faculty from around the world, enriching opportunities abroad, and the access only Washington, D.C., can offer, we ensure our students are ready to compete on the global stage.

RIGOROUS ACADEMICS
Our challenging curriculum is overseen by a diverse faculty that includes world-class scholars engaged in pioneering research, professionals who have corporate, nonprofit, and government leadership experience, and entrepreneurs who mentor students looking to start businesses. We offer a wide variety of programs to accommodate all types of students, from recent college graduates just entering the business world to seasoned professionals looking to transform their careers.

CULTURE OF COLLABORATION
Building on our Jesuit heritage, we emphasize collaboration over competition, resulting in a supportive environment that encourages students to forge close friendships and extend their learning beyond the classroom. This unique atmosphere develops thoughtful leaders who strive not only to succeed in business, but also to have a positive impact on the community.

Master's of Science in Management

This 10-month STEM designated program is designed for recent undergraduates with 0-3 years of professional working experience looking to gain the competitive edge to launch them into their careers. With a focus on technology and innovation, this program will help to build foundational business skills that employers demand. The accelerated course format combines theory and practice, allowing students to work on consulting projects, interact with business leaders, learn programming languages, and more. The curriculum also focuses on a signature global business experience, beginning in the classroom as a consulting project and ending with in-person client recommendations in an international location.

Learn more.

Schedule a meeting with our team or request more information here.

Master's of Arts in International Business & Policy 

Partnered with the Walsh School of Foreign Service, this 12-month graduate program for working professionals explores a combination of contemporary global business issues and international relations. Designed for individuals with a minimum of 5 years of experience, this interdisciplinary program includes six one-week in-person modules and two four-week online courses. Each in-person modules contains three courses: one McDonough School of Business course, one Walsh School of Foreign Service course, and one theme course incorporating several industry practioners, site visits, and relevant course work related to current events. Four on the in-person modules take place on Georgetown's campus in Washington D.C. and two are held internationally in Vietnam and Germany.

Learn more.

Schedule a meeting with our team or request more information here

Master's of Science in Management 

The incoming students of the Master's in Management program are a part of the inaugural class at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business. With an average age of 23, this class of students speaks a combined 20 different languages and represents 14 countries in the world including the United States, India, France, China, Pakistan, the United Kingdom, and more. Students average 0.5 years of work experience and 45% of the class is female. Student undergraduate fields of student range from Business & Finance to STEM and more.

Find the complete MiM 2019 class profile here.

Master's of Arts in International Business & Policy

The most recent class from the Master's of Arts in International Business and Policy has an average of 14 years work experience in over a dozen different industries including government, international development, consulting, financial services, and others. 36% of students have international citizenship from countries such as the United States, Brazil, Mexico, Ireland, Saudi Arabia, and more, with a total of 22 languages spoken. 42% of the class size, with an average age of 36, are female. 14% of these students hold post-graduate degrees.

Find more about the most recent IBP cohort here.

 

Master's of Science in Management 

The MiM Admissions Committee uses a holistic approach when review an applicant's application materials. Therefore, the committee will only review an application when all of the following materials are submitted: an online application form, CV or resume, video essay, letter of recommendation, academic records, GMAT or GRE scores, and a non-refundable application fee. Students are also welcome to submit an optional scholarship essay. For non-native English speakers, a proof of English proficiency is also required. The MiM program can sponsor international students.

Details on the MiM application requirements and application deadlines can be found here

Master's of Arts in International Business & Policy

The IBPAdmissions Committee uses a holistic approach when review an applicant's application materials. Therefore, the committee will only review an application when all of the following materials are submitted: an online application form, CV or resume, personal statement, employer letter of support, two recommendations, academic records, and a non-refundable application fee. Test scores are option or required upon request. For non-native English speakers, a proof of English proficiency is also required. The IBP program can sponsor international students.

Details on the IBP application requirements and application deadlines can be found here

 

Master's of Science in Management 

The MiM tuition fee for the July 2019 intake is $55,000. This cost includes tuition and accomodations for the global residency, such as meals and hotel costs. Tuition fees exclude individual health care ot health insurace premiums, books and supplies, student fees, airfare to and from international locations, room and board, visas, and incidental expenses while traveling. Georgetown McDonough offers scholarships for MiM students based on merit. Students must submit a scholarship essay with their application in order to be considered.

More information on MiM tuition cost, financial aid, and scholarships can be found here.

Master's of Arts in International Business & Policy

The IBP tuition fee for the January 2020 intake is $78,090. This cost includes tuition, specified meals furing modules, accomodations at international residencies, international travel insurance, and course materials. Tuition fees exclude individual health care or health insurance premiums, airfare to and from international module locations, visas, and incidental expenses while traveling. Georgetown McDonough offers scholarships for MiM students based on merit. Students must submit a scholarship essay with their application in order to be considered.

More information on IBP tuition cost, financial aid, and scholarships can be found here.

Contact the Master's in Management Team

mimprogram@georgetown.edu

+1 (202) 687-1516

Contact the Master's of Arts in International Business and Policy Team

ma.ibp@georgetown.edu

+1 (202) 687-0971

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