The Global Human Development Program (GHD) at Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service is pleased to announce the availability of at least one full-tuition scholarship and several provisional scholarships for GHD students from Sub-Saharan Africa, which is funded by the Amre and Caroline Heinz-Youness Family and the William and Catherine McGurn Family.
The Georgetown University Global Human Development Programme is a two-year full-time master’s degree that provides an advanced skills-based curriculum with built-in experiential learning opportunities.
The economics of development, international political economy, program design and execution, monitoring and evaluation, quantitative and qualitative approaches, finance and budgeting, and management are all covered in the curriculum.
Host Country: USA
Institution: Georgetown University
Eligible Countries: Sub-Saharan African Countries
Type: Full & Partial Funded
Deadline: January 15, 2022
Benefits: the summer field project which is a fully-funded 2-3 month abroad work experience,
an internship opportunity for at least one school session at a relevant Washington, DC-based international development organization/agency and The capstone project, which is, a two-semester client engagement project emphasizing on project management and analysis.
• A bachelor’s degree
• Completion of fundamental macro- and microeconomics, as well as statistics courses (must be completed before enrollment in August, not necessarily before applying).
• Proficiency in both English and at least one foreign language.
• Completion of the GRE (recommended) or GMAT exam, with scores submitted before the application deadline.
• Submission of your resume, official transcript(s) from all colleges/universities attended (in English) and three letters of recommendation.