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Georgetown University Summer Program

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Washington, DC

Type of Program / Who can apply:
College Credit/International


Program Dates:
June 2nd – July 6th, 2013 or July 7th-August 10th, 2013

Tuition - $3,420/course, Housing - $816 (optional), Pre-college fee - $598, Meals - $230/week (estimated and optional)

Program Overview:
Summer at Georgetown University isn’t like going to college. It is going to college. You will live on campus, manage your own time, explore
the rich culture of Washington, and make lasting friendships. Your circle of new friends and future contacts will include top students from around the world. You’ll finish the summer enriched in more ways than you can imagine and better prepared than ever to get into your top pick college—and succeed once you’re there. Earn college credits this summer from one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious
universities. At Georgetown University’s Summer College, academically gifted high school students have the unique opportunity to be
“Hoyas” for the summer—to live on campus, attend classes side by side with undergraduate students, and learn from Georgetown’s distinguished faculty.

Program Offering:
Summer College : Choose from more than 80 courses in areas of study including chemistry, biology, physics, precalculus, calculus, statistics, history, and English. You can also take art, music, theater, accounting, computer science, economics, Arabic, Chinese, Italian,
French, German, Spanish, public speaking, theology, psychology, sociology, philosophy, international business, international relations, and more. By summer’s end, you will have gained an academic edge through mastery of college-level material and an impressive credential for
your high school transcript and college applications.

Fundamentals of Business: You will be introduced to business leadership, which provides an exceptional foundation for college and a future career in business. This program has partnered with Team Business to provide you with a true business simulation activity. You will experience what a real entrepreneur faces today. To learn more about Team Business, visit
As a participant in this program, you will gain valuable exposure to important business topics and methods of analysis as you learn from
Georgetown professors and leading experts in the field. Combining investment challenges and group presentations with dynamic faculty lectures and case studies, Fundamentals of Business helps students develop practical skills and critical thinking abilities that will benefit them in their future academic and professional lives. The program ends with a business simulation that takes students through the process
of starting a company and being an entrepreneur. Earn 3 college credits as you study with professors from Georgetown University’s
prestigious McDonough School of Business and leading Washington-area business experts. You will also have the opportunity to participate in an engaging, hands-on business simulation conducted by Team Business, where you will become an entrepreneur and work together to run a start-up company, invest in hard assets and manufacturing, and conduct advertising and financial management practices.

Sample Schedule / Life on Campus / Extra Opportunities:
Life on Campus
Residential life is as much a part of the college experience as actual coursework, and at Georgetown, it's an exciting lifestyle filled with
opportunities. Special floors are set-aside for high school summer program residents, and each double room is Ethernet-wired.
You'll make lifelong friends and important connections through a variety of events and activities. Mix and mingle at ethnic dinners, ice
cream socials, and pizza parties. Play tennis and soccer or go for a swim. Get crazy at "Talent Night." And anywhere and everywhere,
hang out and have fun with people who share your dreams. Georgetown University is serious about the success of our summer students.
To ensure that success, students have access to numerous campus resources, including the Joseph Mark Lauinger Memorial Library, the
Language Learning Technology Center, University Information Services, athletic facilities at the Yates Field House, and the MBNA Career Education Center. The Academic Resource Center provides accommodations in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Special Requirements:
All admitted international students studying in F-1 status must attend a mandatory immigration orientation session upon arriving to Georgetown. The date and time of this session will be announced. F-1 visa holders must be enrolled in at least six credits for the duration of the summer session.


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