Thank you for your interest in the MA in Democracy and Governance at Georgetown University. Applicants come from a variety of academic backgrounds, including international relations/affairs, political science, English, and history. Others have academic experience in fields of study not directly related to their graduate school interests, such as engineering and music. Many also have work experience in international development, public policy, and communications, as well as overseas experience thanks to work or study.
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Fall 2020 Applications are due by January 15, 2020!
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