Georgetown, located in the Capital Washington D.C, offers an MBA program, which provides options to learn international industries, systematic analysis, elective module and global business experience. Established in 1957, this business school offers integrated course that enhances leadership qualities, develop confidence, business experience and impact the working attitude of many businessmen.
Application must be filled online with essay, letter of recommendation, current resume, official GMAT score, TOFEL Score (for those who belong to a non-English speaking nation). Individuals with leadership qualities, inclination to work for the society, and creative talent are invited to apply for the Masters of Business Administration.
International student can apply by second Round so that they have enough time to apply for student visa. Application fee for filling the form online is $175. Admission interview are notified after each deadline and candidates are invited for it by the university or its admission committee to ensure your candidacy.
|Application Deadline||notification deadline for 2012-2013|
|Round I || October 15 || December 15|
|Round II || January 5 || March 15 |
|Round III || April 1 || May 15|
Latest Class Profile
Applications Received: 1,438
GMAT mean: 686
GPA mean: 3.31
International students: 32%
Mean age: 28
Female students: 27%
Work experience: 5.2 years
Tuition fees for session 2012-13: ~$51,900
The students can avail loan or scholarship as financial assistance. Merit based Scholarships, Connelly Scholarships, Toyota scholarship, and need based financial assistance are the kind of financial assistance that students coming to this university can look forward to.
Jobs and Career
McDonough School of business impacts the thinking of an individual. The top MBA employers in the year 2011 included, Bank of America, Citi, CSC, Protector and UBS, World Bank, general electric, McKinsey and Company Inc etc. The average cash compensation was ~$98,300. A high percentage of students from the class chose finance and accounting industry followed by consulting and marketing. With an MBA at the McDonough business you come very close to your dream job owing to the Career counseling offered for each and every student before they sit for the job opportunity.
Michael L. Chasen, President, CEO, and co-founder of blackboard has done his MBA from this business school. His cash compensation after graduation was ~$88,700 and in 2007 it was ~$487,000. Other popular alumni include Stephanie Olson (general counsel for Fifth Avenue Financial) and Timothy Tassopoulos, senior vice president of fast food restaurant chain chick-fil-A.