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Georgetown is a private, Catholic graduate school in Washington, D.C., District of Columbia. It has a large graduate student body with an enrollment of 11,542 graduate students. Of the 68 graduate programs offered at Georgetown University, 7 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at Georgetown University are Law, Business, and Registered Nursing (RN). 34% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
37th and O St NW
Washington, DC 20057

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The School of Foreign Service has provided me with unparalleled academic and professional opportunities I would not have been provided at any other university given its location and prestige. From interning at the White House, Capitol Hill, and a top consulting firm — all while being a full time student — to its rigorous core curriculum, my program time here has been hands down the zenith of my academic career.

While I was accepted into other top universities, Georgetown SFS was a no brainer, and I’m excited to call myself an SFS alum.
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My overall experience at Georgetown has been positive given the rigorous curriculum and high standards of academic performance have provided a stimulating learning environment. This said, I believe Georgetown could really stand to encourage more critical thinking and adopt strategies to make its student and faculty bodies more diverse, because many classrooms have tended to resemble echo chambers at times. Less significantly but still important: I think the amenities and prepared food options available on and around campus are really lacking. What is available is not affordable and the majority of these options are not catered to those who are health conscious.
When I'm on the main campus, the undergraduate students a bit of a preppy, entitled vibe that I dislike. Granted, I may just be being judgmental as I have had pretty little actual interaction with them. But, in my experience, the graduate students, for the most part, are diverse, supportive of each other and down to earth,