Georgetown

Georgetown University

3700 O St NW, Washington, United States
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About Georgetown University

Georgetown University is a school located in Washington, , US with a total of 4333 courses available to enroll in.

Georgetown University was founded in 1789 and is the oldest Catholic and Jesuit University in the United States. The school is committed to providing students with a world-class learning experience through the introduction of different religions, cultures and beliefs, and to promote their comprehensive development. Georgetown's Jesuit values and geographic advantage in Washington, D.C. provide schools with a unique opportunity to better learn about and experience the world around them.

Georgetown University is one of the world's leading academic and research institutions as it ranks 20th in the U.S. News National University Rankings. Georgetown is dedicated to providing students with distinctive learning experiences and developing students into a new generation in order to transform the world's global citizenship. Georgetown contains a vibrant group of talented students, faculty, alumni and professionals who are dedicated to applying the school's research, academic knowledge, beliefs and services to real-life situations.

The school has eight colleges which include Georgetown College, Robert E. McDonough School of Business, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Law School, Graduate School, School of Nursing and Health Studies and School of Continuing Education. With over 10,000 graduate students and 7,000 undergraduate students, there are more postgraduates than undergraduates.

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