The Georgetown University MSF program is hosting a Facebook Live event this upcoming week and I wanted to bring this to all of your attention in case you were considering applying this year. This is the program’s first Facebook Live and it is always a great opportunity to speak directly with individuals running the program. Two more application rounds are still upcoming so this would be a good time to join this event and get those last minute questions out of the way. Below is a description of the event along with a link to sign up.
Join Georgetown MSF for their inaugural Facebook Live event “The Top 5 Reasons to Get Your Online MSF from Georgetown” on Thursday 2/7 @ 12 Noon ET Live from the Georgetown McDonough School of Business! MSF Director of Operations, Luke Weichbrod and Associate Dean for the MSF Career Management Center Thomas Stowell will give you a quick rundown on what makes their world-class program unlike any other. From proven career ROI to the value of an MSF over an MBA to… well, you’ll need to tune in to find out. Visit here for more details leading up to the Live event: http://bit.ly/2WAOCwY
Georgetown has been great with their info session events as I have featured them a number of times in the past. I’ve logged into a few info sessions in the past and have talked to students who have done so more recently and the opinion is that they are always helpful and informative. I’m excited to see the university using Facebook Live as another channel to answer questions about the program. The university makes a huge effort to do these informative events often and I think it shows very well how much they want to be help students. Check it out if you have time and check back soon for an update on the program in general.
Application Rounds (Update)
The first three application rounds have passed, but there are two more upcoming. The next deadline isn’t until March 22nd, giving you plenty of time to get your package in order. The remaining deadlines are listed below.
- Round 4 – 3/22/19
- Round 5 (Final Round) – 6/1/19
Here is a link to the Georgetown University Master in Finance Program