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George Washington University

2121 I Street NW Washington View map
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52K-54K
Private
Very High
21,087
1,730
3,744

Overview

Students come to the because it offers a dynamic community where ideas are exchanged, diversity is valued, and leaders are made.

Located in the heart of Washington, DC since 1821, GW connects students to people and ideas in one of the world's move influential cities.  As the largest institution of higher education in the U.S. capital, the university attracts nearly 11,000 undergraduates and 15,000 graduate students from 130 countries around the world.  Through the university's partnerships and initiatives, students and faculty enjoy unparalleled access to leaders, practitioners, and resources at top corporations, government agencies, and international organizations, including the World Bank, National Institutes of Health, Smithsonian Institution, Library of Congress, International Monetary Fund, Organization of American States, and the National Science Foundation.

By focusing on social, economic, political, and technological issues and innovations, GW helps students develop the knowledge, skills and experience to achieve their personal and professional goals -- to transform their ambition into action.

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Virtual Tour : http://virtualtour.gwu.edu


Office of Undergraduate Admissions,

Office of Graduate Enrollment Mangament,

Whether you’re expanding your field of knowledge or making a career pivot, your education can be enhanced with real-world experience through one of GW’s thousands of student internship opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students alike. The Center for Career Services assists students in finding internships and beginning (or advancing) their careers.


See where an undergraduate degree from GW can take you -

Programs available

Undergraduate Faculties/Departments and Programs

Columbian College of Arts and Sciences

Corcoran School of Art and Design

Elliott School of International Affairs

Milken Institute School of Public Health

School of Business

School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

School of Media and Public Affairs

School of Medicine and Health Sciences

School of Nursing

Postgraduate Faculties/Departments and Programs

College of Professional Studies

Columbian College of Arts and Sciences

Corcoran School of Art and Design

Elliott School of International Affairs

George Washington Law School

George Washington School of Business

Graduate School of Education and Human Development

Graduate School of Political Management

Milken Institute School of Public Health

School of Business

School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

School of Media and Public Affairs

School of Medicine and Health Sciences

School of Nursing

Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration

University Highlights

Total students - 21,087

50%
50%

International students - 3,744

32%
68%

Total faculty staff - 1,730

269
1461

Total students - 21,087

50%
50%

International students - 3,744

32%
68%

Total faculty staff - 1,730

1461
269

Undergraduate Program

52,000 - 54,000
52,000 - 54,000

Postgraduate Program

28,000 - 30,000
28,000 - 30,000
The fees above are an indicative annual course fee in US dollars. Please note that course fees will vary. Always check the exact cost of the program and bear in mind likely additional expenses.
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English language requirements

This institution accepts IELTS!
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