Upcoming Events

Events Alert listserv signup

Elliott School Academic Programs Rank in the Top 10

The Elliott School of International Affairs' bachelor's and master's programs were ranked among the top ten international affairs programs in the United States by the Teaching, Research, and International Policy (TRIP) survey as reported in Foreign Policy.
» Read "Elliott School Recognized in Foreign Policy Magazine’s Top 10 List" on GWToday

Spotlight on Students and Alumni

eorge Washington University senior and Schwarzman Scholar Marguerite "Maggie" Wedeman

GW Senior Selected for Inaugural Schwarzman Scholars Fellowship

Senior Marguerite Wedeman was selected to the inaugural class of Schwarzman Scholars. Only 111 scholars were selected from a pool of over 3,000 applicants (3.7%) for the Master's degree program at Tsinghua University in Beijing.

Max Obuz, a senior in Columbian College, and Evan Young, B.A. '15, a graduate from the Elliott School

Students' Business Plan Aims to Change Lives in India

Elliott School graduate Evan Young (B.A. '15) is working with Columbian College senior Max Obuz to turn a business plan into a nonprofit aimed at solving sanitation problems in developing countries.

Elliott School student Maen Hammad sits at a park in Palestine

Maen Hammad, ESIA ’17, is On a Roll

Maen Hammad (M.A. '17) volunteered in Palestine building skateparks and produced a short documentary about using skateboarding as a positive tool in the West Bank before deciding to pursue studies in international affairs policy and law at GW.

Image: Rachel Landry

4 Questions for Rachel Landry - 2015-2016 Shapiro Scholar

Rachel Landry (B.A. '13) is pursuing an MSc in Refugee and Forced Migration Studies at the University of Oxford with a J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro scholarship from GW.

Apply Now

Our graduate programs combine rigorous coursework and professional training to provide students the knowledge and perspectives needed to make a difference in the world.

A New Global Focus

Prepare for an exciting career in energy policy, climate change, or environmental economics.

Logo: The Washington Quarterly (TWQ) Winter 2016 Edition

The Washington Quarterly Winter 2016 Issue

The latest issue of The Washington Quarterly puts a spotlight on Syria's civil war, about to enter its 5th year, with a focus on climate change as a security risk and U.S. policy in the region.

What We're Tweeting