The School of Business
The George Washington University School of Business (GWSB) offers an excellent education in business and management. Our international business, finance, and entrepreneurship/small business fields are renowned and the School prides itself on offering students flexibility in their programs of study.
At the Center of It All:
One of the school's greatest advantages is its location in downtown Washington, D.C. Within blocks of the campus are The White House, the World Bank, and the International Monetary Fund as well as the headquarters and offices of thousands of national and multinational corporations, nonprofits, and nongovernmental organizations. At GWSB, you’ll truly be at the center of it all.
GW is increasingly recognized as one of the country's best business schools.
Faculty members at the School of Business are engaged in a wide variety of research activities at the school's four research centers, covering subjects from international business to real-estate management. Faculty comes from an assortment of Fortune 500 companies, from General Motors to America Online.
We’ve hosted Edward Straw (MBA '72), President - Global Operations for Estee Lauder Companies; Mitchell Blaser (BBA '73), Chief Financial Officer for Swiss Re Americas; His Excellency Alejandro Toledo, President of Peru; Enrique Iglesias, President of the Inter-American Development Bank; James Robbins, CEO and President of Cox Communications; Richard L. Sandor, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Chicago Climate Exchange; The Honorable Cynthia Glassman, former US Undersecretary for Economic Affairs at the Department of Commerce and former Commissioner of the US Securities and Exchange Commission; and Stefan Jacoby, President and CEO of Volkswagen Group of America to name just a few of our speakers.
The School's business and accountancy programs are accredited by AACSB International.