George Washington University
United States of America
The university was chartered by an Act of Congress in 1821. Its a private research University in Washington DC. It is in very close proximity to the White House and to offices of various government agencies. The university has 3 campuses: the Foggy Bottom campus, the Mount Vernon campus and the Virginia Science and Technology Campus.
The university follows a semester based academic calendar. It comprises of various schools and colleges: College of Arts and Sciences, School of Arts and Design, School of Business, Graduate School of Education and Human Development, School of Engineering and Applied Science, School of International Affairs, School of Law, School of Media and Public Affairs, School of Medicine and Health Sciences, School of Nursing, School of Political Management, College of Professional Studies, School of Public Health, School of Public Policy and Public Administration. Business, Management, Marketing, Health Professions and Related Programs, Social Sciences and Psychology are the most popular majors at the university. The university’s Law School and Graduate School of Education and Human Development are well renowned.
The university has a total student population of more than 26,000 with over 11,000 enrolled in under graduate level. It has a student to faculty ratio of 13:1 and the acceptance rate of 46%.
The George Washington University (GW) is the largest research university in Columbia District. The Carnegie Classification for research lists GW university in the highest tier of "R1: Doctoral Universities – Highest Research Activity." GW University is consistently ranked among the top research universities in the nation for total expenditures.
Notable Alumni: Colin Luther Powell (American statesman and a retired four-star general in the United States Army), Alexander Rae Baldwin (American actor, writer, producer, and comedian)
George Washington University Programs
George Washington University Application Requirements
George Washington University Cost of studies
Masters: Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
George Washington University Deadlines
Bachelors: Fall: January 1, Spring: October 1
Masters: Deadlines vary for each program
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
George Washington University Rankings
RegionalUnited States of America
George Washington University Scholarships
1. George Washington University Global Leaders Fellowship
The Global Leaders Fellowship is for incoming graduate students (master’s and doctoral) at the George Washington University who will go back to their countries of origin to apply skills learned through their education at the GW. The fellowship is intended for GW graduate students who will turn out to be future leaders in their fields in their home countries.
Eligibility Criteria/ Scholarship Guidelines
Students holding or intending to apply for an F-1 visa and who are from the following countries or regions: China (PRC), Cambodia, Eastern Europe, Laos, Latin America, The Caribbean, Mongolia, Sub-Saharan Africa, U.S.S.R. Successor States, Vietnam, are eligible to apply.
This fellowship is for students who have not studied or worked in the U.S. or any other country other than their home country. It should be noted that permanent residents, resident aliens, and U.S. Citizens are not eligible for this fellowship. Applicants should hold an F-1 (J-1 visa for Fulbright applicants only), no exceptions.
Fellowships are awarded to highly qualified incoming GW full-time graduate degree program seeking students who have gained admission to the University and whose program is on the main Foggy Bottom Campus.
As part of the admissions process, applicants should have passed the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a minimum score of 600 on the paper-based exam or 100 on the internet based exam, or an IELTS overall band score of 7.5 (with no individual band below 6.0).