Ashish Raval - Why I chose the Georgetown McDonough EMBA?
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while I was looking at programs in Northeast, I looked at several universities and I wanted to go to a school that really resonates with me. I have twenty years of work experience. I'm probably the senior most member in my class. But I can tell you Georgetown is different, and I'm glad I made the decision. One. It is highly reputed. Second thing. The staff is amazing, very talented and tenured professors. And the case study method of teaching is really amazing. In school, we study cases from Harvard and see what I m. D. Some of the most rapid schools in the world. The classes are nice class sizes, nice fifty to sixty people, and it has a lot of diversity. We have students from private public NGOs, World Bank, a lot of governmental and non profit institutions, also an army, some army. Also. This brings a lot of diversity in the classroom. The teams are very nice, the cohort stay together and the classes are offered during weekends, which allowed me to travel, do my daily work and still be