The new Colin McCollester Mission Fund supports international internships, experiential learning, study abroad, and other international learning experiences for McCourt School students.
Khansa Maria, a student at Georgetown University in Qatar, has been named a winner of a Rhodes Scholarship to attend the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom.
For over a decade, Georgetown Law’s Two-Year LL.M. with Certificate in Legal English has offered foreign-trained lawyers an opportunity to delve into an LL.M specialization complemented by an innovative Legal English curriculum.
The United Nations Association of the United States is giving its 2020 Perdita Huston Award to Susan Deller Ross of Georgetown Law in recognition of her work advancing the rights of women and girls domestically and internationally.
The Master of Arts in International Business and Policy Program (MA-IBP) is an interdisciplinary program at Georgetown University exploring the intersection between business and geopolitics.
Georgetown University in Qatar hosted Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield, former U.S. assistant secretary of state for African affairs, for a discussion of the ways rapid urbanization and economic development are reshaping Africa's future.
In a new Vatican News video Vice President for Global Engagement Thomas Banchoff shares why inclusive technology is key to building a healthier future after COVID-19.
Philip DeTurck (G’21) is the fourth recipient of the SoldierStrong partial-tuition scholarship for U.S. veterans and using his time at Georgetown to expand his expertise in East Asian political and security issues.
The Indian Ocean Working Group research initiative at Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q) organized a Loiy Hammad Memorial Lecture on the history of the holy city of Mecca and the hajj pilgrimage in the era of British imperialism.
In the lead-up to the U.S. presidential elections Georgetown University in Qatar is hosting a virtual webinar offering a critical examination of key election issues impacting America and the world, featuring several GU-Q professors.
In this Philstar article, Filipino Ambassador Jose Manuel Romualdez reflects on his conversation with School of Foreign Service students after e-visiting their class to discuss the role in international law and diplomacy in South China Sea disputes.
Georgetown faculty explored critical issues in international development—including the COVID-19 pandemic, human trafficking, and education—at the 2020 G20 Interfaith Forum, held virtually from October 13 to 16.
Georgetown University in Qatar has launched the Virtual Hub for Global Dialogue: Engaging Communities, Finding Solutions, an initiative that brings together experts and scholars to stimulate discussion around key issues defining our world today.
The International Ambassadors Program offers current students opportunities to engage with new international students and to be involved in the orientation process to play an integral role in the new student experience.
Staying connected has been especially challenging during the COVID-19 pandemic. Using virtual events and social media, alumni leaders across 24 international clubs are bringing the Georgetown community closer together.