The Georgetown University Masters in Management Class profile for 2020 was just posted and it is their most diverse class yet. I haven’t posted about this specialized masters in a while and when I saw this update I thought it would be the perfect time. The program is still relatively new, but it has been growing and thriving since it launched. Applications are open now for the upcoming class with the next deadline being November 3rd, 2020. Plenty of time to start your application process.
Class of 2020
I will include the stats for this new class, but I thought this statement from the academic director nicely sums up the diverse nature of this class.
“In addition to learning from professors and curricular experiences, we know our students also gain so much knowledge from their interactions with one another,” said Evelyn Williams, MiM academic director and teaching professor of management. “By building a diverse cohort across a host of measures, our students learn how to leverage the strengths of a diverse global team from day one in our program. Performance on global teams is a foundational part of the Georgetown MiM experience — and we are confident that students will gain new perspectives that impact their lives well into the future.”
- Class Size – 68 Students
- Average GRE – 311
- Average GPA – 3.5
- % Women – 60%
- US Diversity – 27%
- % International – 24%
A total of 21 countries are represented in this upcoming class with undergraduate majors being almost even with business and non-business graduates. Students also come from over 10 different undergraduate universities.
For those interested in reading the full article on this years class, you can find it here.
As a reminder, the Georgetown University Masters in Management 10-month, STEM designated, full-time program designed for recent undergraduates from all backgrounds with 0-3 years of work experience looking for a way to launch their careers.
I will work on a more general update, but in the meantime, I hope this post helps anyone considering a this program. Georgetown has done amazing things with all of their specialized masters and this one looks to be no different. Stay tuned.
Here is a link to the Georgetown University Masters in Management Program