Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q), a QF partner, is offering prospective high school and transfer students the chance to virtually experience “A Day in the Life of a Georgetown Student” today at 4pm.
In the light of the February 1 admissions deadline, a student-moderated panel of GU-Q faculty, will provide an overview of the enrolment requirements for the next academic year and key information about the school’s curriculum and majors, classroom experience, and career prospects following graduation.
Georgetown’s unique interdisciplinary Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service (BSFS) degree programme is the same internationally-ranked curriculum available to students at Georgetown’s campus in Washington, DC. Offered majors include International Economics, International History, International Politics, and Culture and Politics.
The university also offers three Certificate concentrations of study and six minors, including Arabic, Economics, Government, History, Philosophy, and Theology, which allow students to customise their majors and expand their areas of interest and expertise as graduates.
GU-Q’s BSFS graduates have gone on to pursue successful careers in a wide range of industries, including banking, communications, energy, education, business, government, media, and more. Information on how to register for “A Day in the Life” open house is available at https://www.qatar.georgetown.edu/event/a-day-in-the-life-of-a-georgetown-student/
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