What makes Georgetown unique?
Georgetown’s reputation combined with its location in Washington DC affords it many unparalleled opportunities. We have amazing guest speakers – famous politicians as well as experts in every academic field, tons of free museums, amazing internship opportunities, etc.
What does Georgetown SFS look for?
While an applicant’s academic performance is the most important criterion under consideration for admission, we also look for accomplishments outside of the classroom, demonstrated commitment to the broader community, and personal qualities such as resiliency, motivation, and ambition.
What is special about Georgetown College?
The Georgetown College experience is marked by intellectual vitality, a global outlook, and dedication to service. In the Jesuit tradition of cura personalis, Georgetown College strives to provide its students with a multifaceted liberal arts education—an education of the whole person.
Are Georgetown students attractive?
Georgetown students are stereotyped as relatively conservative, preppy and attractive. The girls wear North Face fleeces, pearl necklaces, and pink ribbons tied around their blond ponytails.
Is Georgetown snobby?
Georgetown students are often stereotyped as smart, privileged, or even snobby; as a top university, we’re seen as smart. But, thanks to the pricey tuition and cost of living coupled with the near Ivy League feel, we’re also often seen as rich, spoiled, and preppy.
How hard is it to get into SFS?
The acceptance rate is around ~17%, so it’s very selective.
Is it hard to get into Georgetown School of Foreign Service?
Georgetown College accepted 10.1% of EA applicants while the School of Foreign Service accepted 12.7% and the McDonough School of Business admitted 11%.