I received some updates on the Georgetown University Masters in Finance program and I thought it would be a good time to do an update for all of you. The university is currently accepting applications for their upcoming class so this is also a good time for anyone considering this top notch MSF.
Georgetown has posted their Class of 2022 profile and I wanted to capture it here as I am both very impressed and pleased at the level of detail the university provides.
- Average Years Work Experience – 5 years
- Class Size – 174 students
- GMAT Average – 692
- 20-80% – 640 – 720
- GPA Average – 3.3
- 20-80% – 3.0 – 3.7
- Diversity – 34%
- Female – 30%
The program has a variety of undergraduate majors so those who have a non-business background will not feel out of place. Also, while a number of students in this MSF will have significant work experience, there are plenty of fresh out of undergraduates studying for this masters.
Blue Ribbon Program Scholarship
Georgetown has a great program for veterans that I wanted to highlight.
“We are excited to announce on Veterans Day that Georgetown McDonough will be expanding scholarships of the Yellow Ribbon Program to $20,000 per student annually, with no limit on the number of students who are eligible to participate.”
For Post-9/11 G.I. Bill students eligible for Yellow Ribbon, the expansion in scholarship funding will cover the annual cost of full-time tuition for the majority of McDonough’s graduate programs. Here is a link to the full announcement.
Below are the upcoming admission deadlines. Still time for Round 3,4, and 5!
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*Applications beyond round 5 will be considered if seats are available.
I am going to be posting another article on Georgetown tomorrow as the university is launching another specialized masters that some of you might be interested in. Until then, hope this helps!
Here is a link to the Georgetown University Masters in Finance Program