Elliott School students are passionate about the world we live in and want to equip themselves academically with the tools they'll need to tackle some of the world's most pressing challenges. Graduates of the undergraduate program have gone on to careers in diplomacy and public service, business, security, conflict resolution, development and public health, and global communications.
The George Washington University's Center for Career Services provides resources to help undergraduate students and alumni develop career and internship plans and connect them with prospective employers.
The Office for Study Abroad (OSA) provides and facilitates quality international educational opportunities. As educators, we promote students' academic, personal, professional, and intercultural development before, during, and after their study abroad experiences.