Graduate Programs at Georgetown University are seeking Indonesian Students
We are three people who want to help you get admitted to a great university in the United States. Sofia Blake, Mutiara Alam and May Shandia can help you with your application, help answer questions and discover if this path is a right one for you.
Are you interested in a Master’s in International Development – policy-making, politics and management, solutions for education, poverty, and economic development? Do you want to learn how to apply your knowledge – engineering, business, communications, social studies, etc – toward policy solutions? Are you interested in interdisciplinary studies, linking science, society, governments, private and public sectors?
Georgetown University has 2-year Master’s programs that want you! These programs have international students from around the world, studying in a friendly, fun, committed and purposeful environment. Classes are small and friendly. You will be surrounded by great and open-minded students and professors.
Master in International Development Policy: for more questions contact Mutiara Alam
Master in Global Human Development Program: for more questions contact Sofia Blake (email@example.com)
Deadlines are January 15th. What is important is for you to:
Decide if you are interested in these programs.
Make sure you have your university transcripts and recommendations.
Take the TOEFL (latest in January)
Try to take GRE or GMAT. Scores are important but not that important since programs look at the WHOLE of the candidate. But you need to make an attempt to take the test (latest in January).
Commit and focus.
Step by step, begin working on your statement of purpose (check the website for questions).
Don’t give up and keep communicating
Georgetown University, founded in 1789, is one of the top universities in the United States. It offers many programs and degrees that rank top in the world – medicine, business, engineering, and many others. It is situated in the most beautiful part of Washington, DC, near the Potomac River. Most important, it has a few Indonesian students and it wants more. Scholarship is available on a case-by-case basis.