Welcome to MSFS! We welcome you to explore the topics in the menus on this page or click through our brochure to learn more about how to become part of the program.
The application deadline is January 15.
The MSFS Program welcomes responses and questions about our website, our requirements, our admissions policies, or any other aspects of the Program.
Washington, DC 20057-1028
3700 O Street, NW
ICC Bldg. 7th Floor
Washington, DC 20057
During the academic year, MSFS is open Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Please call MSFS to check for last minute closing announcements or access Georgetown University's inclement weather posting online or by phone at 202-687-SNOW. MSFS follows guidelines provided for the "Main Campus."
Diversity at MSFS
MSFS recognizes that the value of diversity in the student body. Normally 25% of our U.S. students are from an underrepresented population and 30- 40% are non-U.S. citizens. The exchange of viewpoints based on differing backgrounds and experiences is vital to effective training in the field of international affairs.
The MSFS Program is a participating member of various programs which assist minority students who wish to pursue careers in public and international affairs including the Association of Professional Schools in International Affairs (APSIA), the Charles B. Rangel International Affairs program and the Public Policy and International Affairs Fellowship Program (PPIA). Students seeking information about diversity student affairs at Georgetown can contact the Center for Multicultural Equity and Access at 202/687-4054 or Hoya Circles, a student-led group serving the multicultural graduate student community.
Non-U.S. students have equal access to admission and MSFS scholarship: there are no quotas for specific countries and all nationalities are considered for scholarship. In the "How to apply" section you will find guidance on standardized testing for non-native speakers of English, and the "Financial Aid and Expenses" section has links to information specifically for international students.
Information for Students with Disabilities
Georgetown University provides a full range of facilities and services for students with disabilities. If a student with disabilities wishes to discuss possible admission to the program and issues connected with the fulfillment of degree requirements he/she should contact the Academic Resource Center at 202/687-9530 or email@example.com.