George Washington University Graduate & Professional Programs

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About Us

Located in the heart of Washington, DC since 1821, the George Washington University is an international community of policy makers, artists, economists, business leaders, and scientists.  By focusing on social, economic, political, and technological issues and innovations, our 230 graduate programs blend theory and real-world experience to help students transform their ambition into action.  

GW enrolls more than 15,000 graduate students representing 120 countries. They chose GW because the University is a place where ideas are exchanged, diversity is valued, and leaders are made.


Schools & College:

College of Professional Studies

Columbian College of Arts & Sciences

Elliott School of International Affairs

The George Washington University School of Law

Graduate School of Education & Human Development

GW School of Business

Milken Institute School of Public Health

School of Engineering & Applied Science

School of Medicine & Health Sciences

School of Nursing