Georgetown University

The Georgetown University formerly known as Georgetown College was established on January 23, 1789. It is one of the oldest non-profit private university located in Washington, D.C. Other campuses are in different countries of the world. Founded by John Carroll, the man who was the first ever bishop in the United States of America, this university enrich many prominent figures with jewels of wisdom and knowledge including former U.S president Bill Clinton. It has 450 years-old legacy and drawing continuous marks in history by following its founder’s steps of educating and counseling people towards different faiths, cultures, and beliefs. According to the 2016 ranking list, Georgetown University is ranked 21st among all other competing national universities.

Georgetown University offers major degrees for both undergraduate and graduate programs.  IR (International Relations), social science, marketing, medicine, liberal arts, law and business administration and non-stop continuing advanced technologized degrees are the core of Georgetown University. Literature, foreign languages and health-related programs are also noticeable. The research opportunities provided by this university come parallel and competitive to other highly ranked universities both in the United States and in the world.

It is one of the world’s leading academic and research institute that is contributing towards the global responsibility of creating and sharing advanced knowledge for the betterment of mankind. Georgetown University holds an exciting place to live in for being located in the capital of the nation. It has four campuses in D.C. The undergraduate campus, the campus in Chinatown, the medical center, and the law center. Advanced technological methods used by this university make its students experienced and professional in any field they specialize in.

Admission in Georgetown University is simple yet deemed “most selective” according to U.S News and World Report. The acceptance rate of applications is only 16.4% during the year 2014-2015. The ability of any applicant paying his tuition fee is not compulsory as the founder of this university had a high aim of meeting the financial needs of every undergraduate student enrolled and assisting him in any way possible who got admission on merit basis and the only hurdle to his bright future is his financial crises. Scholarships and loans are the means of providing 100% assistance to the needy applicants. University ensures that every student who is eligible for admissions if accepted may enroll and study in this reputed university.

As with any other well-reputed university, the acceptance rate of this university is very selective. Out of every 100 applications, only 17 are accepted. Other requirements include:

  • GPA
  • Tests including SAT and ACT
  • Application

The average GPA for getting admission in Georgetown University is 4.01. It demands highly competitive students to be gathered under one roof. The average SAT score required for admission in Georgetown University is 1030 on the new 1600 SAT and 31 for ACT. Meeting these essentials increase your chances of admission in Georgetown University. If your GPA and SAT or ACT are all below average, your admission is highly risked. Complete your application by attaching recommendation letters, GPA and previous transcript and the test scores of SAT and ACT and submit it before the due date.