Skype Chat Hours

Skype chat hours are Tuesdays from 9-10am EST (username: gwsummer).

Brasilia Without Borders at George Washington University

Learn about our Brasilia Without Borders program during the summer of 2014.

International Summer at GW

Summer Study for International Students

The George Washington University, a world-renowned research university, invites international graduate and undergraduate students to spend an unforgettable summer in Washington, DC. International Summer at GW offers programs to students visiting from international universities and international working professionals who require visa sponsorship.

Why International Summer at GW?

  • Academic excellence and programs of global importance
  • A diverse and intellectual community
  • An immersive American university experience
  • Study is enhanced by GW's proximity to and collaboration with international development organizations, government agencies, embassies, museums, and performing art venues
  • Extra-curricular activities such as visits to historic sites, museums, Rock Creek Park, sporting events, and more

GW's Summer Advantage

GW is the largest private university in Washington, DC, enrolling 20,000 students from across the country and the world. Our diverse student body includes 2,500 international students representing over 130 different countries. As a premier research institution, GW is committed to expanding its global reach through education, research, and service. GW's strengths include programs in global development, international relations, public policy, business, politics, diplomacy, biomedical engineering, the sciences and the arts.

GW enrolls approximately 5,000 students in undergraduate and graduate level courses each summer. Summer classes are small and intensive, allowing students to enjoy a highly personalized and engaging academic experience.

Looking for programs for high school students? Check out GW's Pre-College Program.


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Contact Us

The George Washington University
Summer and Special Programs

1922 F Street NW, Suite 304
Washington, DC  20052
Phone: 202-994-6360
Fax: 202-994-9360

Summer EAP Program

Admitted degree-seeking international students only: learn more about the Summer English for Academic Purposes program.