Georgetown University's application process is highly personalized. Georgetown uses its own application for admission and the university is able to coordinate an alumni interview for nearly all candidates. While a candidate’s academic performance is the most important criterion under consideration, accomplishments outside of the classroom, demonstrated commitment to the broader community, and personal qualities such as resiliency, motivation and ambition are certainly considered. It is these qualities that make you an individual and someone who will uniquely add to—and benefit from—the Georgetown community.
Students interested in pursuing any undergraduate degree on the Main Campus (including the Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service) apply through Georgetown's Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
The office provides information on applying as a first-year applicant, as a transfer applicant or as a visiting student.
International students follow the same admissions procedures and use the same application as all other applicants to the university.
Read more about applying to Georgetown and the BSFS Program.
If you are unable to find the information that you seek, you may contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 202/687-3600 and ask to speak with an admissions officer.