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The McDonough School of Business E-News


Georgetown Launches "For Generations to Come" $1.5 Billion Campaign

For Generations to Come: The Campaign for Georgetown, the university's most ambitious capital campaign in its more than two centuries, seeks to raise $1.5 billion for scholarships, faculty recruitment, research and innovation, and other priorities to ensure that the university continues its long tradition of excellence and impact in the world. [LEARN MORE]

U.S. Should Not Fear Services Trade According To J. Bradford Jensen's New Book

Because the United States has a strong comparative advantage in the area of high-wage, high-skill service jobs, Georgetown McDonough Professor J. Bradford Jensen argues that the country should adopt policies to remove impediments to global services trade. [READ MORE]

Executive MBA Program Advances 11 Positions In Financial Times Ranking

The Financial Times' 2011 ranking of Executive MBA programs lists Georgetown's McDonough School of Business as 35th in the world, up 11 positions from last year's ranking. Georgetown's Executive MBA also is ranked as the 9th stand-alone program in the United States.

McGowan Symposium on Business Leadership & Ethics

Jim Clifton, Chairman and CEO Gallup, will discuss Gallup's annual Honesty and Ethics poll as part of The William G. McGowan Charitable Fund and Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business' discussion on "Business & Government: Who's Ethically Challenged?"

Global Engagement Course Launches Executive Development Programs

On Nov. 30, the three-day "Global Engagement: Non-market Strategy and International Business" course launches the Georgetown McDonough Executive Development series. This course provides executives, diplomats, and non-governmental leaders with an in-depth approach to creating, influencing, and executing non-market strategy in the global economy.

Georgetown McDonough Named A Top School For African Americans

Last month, Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business was ranked as one of the top 25 business schools for African Americans in 2011 by the Black Equal Opportunity Employment Journal, an African American business and career magazine.

Georgetown Business Magazine Goes Digitalbusinesscover

The fall 2011 issue of Georgetown Business is now available as a DigiMag®.  The digital edition features the full content of the print magazine, with an interactive table of contents and links to videos and additional information. Pages flip with a click, offering the reading experience of a traditional magazine with expanded online features. [READ NOW]







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Upcoming Events:

  • Nov. 1, 2011
  • Inaki Urdangarin, Chairman, Telefonica Internacional USA 5p.m., Fisher Colloquium [RSVP]

  • Nov. 5, 2011
  • McGowan Symposium on Business Leadership & Ethics 1p.m-5p.m. [RSVP]

Online Store Open for Business

The Georgetown University McDonough School of Business online store has opened for business. Shop for apparel featuring the school logo or purchase gifts for alumni, students, and friends. A portion of all proceeds benefit the MBA Student Government Association. [VISIT SITE]

Faculty In The News

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Faculty Research Notes

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Contact Us

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Upcoming Admissions Events & Deadlines

Full-time MBA Program:
Application Deadlines: Jan. 5, and April 1

MBA Evening Program:
Application Deadlines: Jan. 15 and April 15

EMBA Application Deadlines:

Dec. 15, March 1, May 31

EML Application Deadlines:
Dec. 1 and Jan. 15

Georgetown-ESADE GEMBA Application Deadlines:
Nov. 30 and Feb. 15

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