Alliance: ESADE and McDonough School of Business

LEARN FROM THE BEST TO BECOME THE BEST

ESADE Business School and the McDonough School of Business (Georgetown University) are consistently ranked as two of the top business colleges in the world. Their combined acumen and expertise guarantees a first-rate learning experience. The Global Emerging Leaders Program (GELP) is backed by their deep knowledge of globalization, international business and multinational executive leadership.

Georgetown's McDonough School of Business

Ranked 3rd in the world for International Business by the Financial Times.

Ranked 9th in the US, Executive MBA by the Financial Times.

Ranked 17th in the US, Full-time MBA by the Financial Times.

Ranked 18th globally, Executive MBA by BusinessWeek.

New $85 million building, providing state-of-the-art facilities.

Georgetown University was founded in 1789 and its business school formed in 1957.

ESADE Business School

Ranked 4th in the world, International MBA Programs by BusinessWeek.

Ranked 5th in the world, Custom Programs by the Financial Times.

Ranked 5th in Europe, Executive Education Open Programs by the Financial Times.

Ranked 7th in the world, Executive Education by the Financial Times.

First business school in Spain to hold the three most prestigious business school accreditations: AACSB, Equis and AMBA.

Campuses in Madrid, Buenos Aires and Barcelona. Global Center in São Paulo and Munich.

Founded in 1958.

PLUG INTO GLOBAL NETWORK OF CONTACTS

When you graduate from the Global Emerging Leaders Program, you will connect with the vast alumni networks of both Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business (MSB) and ESADE Business School.

With 56,000 members worldwide, the MSB-ESADE Executive Education Alumni Network includes leaders in virtually every field of endeavor and provides you with access to an extraordinary array of resources including:

Regional and national clubs around the world.

E-Magazines and e-newsletters including news on alumni accomplishments and events.

Special interest organizations such as the Business Angels Club, Real Estate Club, Latin American Alliance and the Sports Management Club. Organizations provide networking, mentoring and career placement opportunities.

Class reunions.

Seminars and lifelong training opportunities.