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THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY

WASHINGTON, DC

GW Pre-College Program

Audience: High School Students (Grades 9 -11)

Dates: Credit: July 7-August 16 (6 credits)

Noncredit: July 7 - July 19 and/or July 21 - August 2

The GW Pre-College Program offers credit and non-credit courses for high schools students. Students enjoy an immersive summer program that introduces them to an academic area of interest and an authentic college experience. Courses are taught by GW faculty. Students have the opportunity to learn about college admissions and college life, while living with a community of students from across the country and around the world.

Living on Campus: Students are housed on one of two campuses and have access to university facilities, libraries, fitness centers, computer labs and student services. GW's campus is metro-accessible and located in heart of the city, within walking distance of the White House, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Smithsonian and other museums, national monuments, historic sites and more.

Summer in Washington, DC! Summer is an especially vibrant time to visit Washington, DC. The city attracts a record number of visitors during the summer months. Students in our programs will find no shortage of planned and unplanned activities including summer concerts, outdoor movies, festivals, special exhibits, extended museum hours, sporting events, Independence Day celebrations and more. GW Summer Sessions also coordinates social events, trips and activities for visiting international students.

Admission

Admissions and eligibility requirements vary by program. English language proficiency is required for all programs. ^ Interested students are encouraged to submit an early application, by March 15—. 2013. Qualified students will be sponsored or advised on the appropriate visa to permit summer study.

To request information or to learn more, please contact: The George Washington University Office of Summer Sessions 1922 F Street NW Ste. 304 Washington DC, 20052

^ Web: summer.gwu.edu/international

Email: gwsummer@gwu.edu

Phone: 202-994-6360

Fax: 202-994-9360

Office of Summer Sessions • 1922 F St. NW, Suite 304 • Washington, DC • 20052 202-994-6360 • summer.gwu.edu • gwsummer@gwu.edu

^ THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY

WASHINGTON, DC

The George Washington University International Summer at GW 2013 Washington, DC

About The George Washington University

The George Washington University (GW) is the largest private university in Washington, DC enrolling 25,000 students from 50 states and more than 130 countries. As a premier research institution in the nation's capital, GW is dedicated to educating students to become global citizens by broadening engagement with international communities. GW's strengths include programs in global development, international relations, public policy, business, politics, law, diplomacy, biomedical engineering, the sciences and the arts.

Summer Study at GW

The George Washington University offers opportunities for international students to enhance global competencies through summer programs that deepen intellectual engagement and through an immersive residential experience in an international city. Approximately 5,000 students enroll in 650 courses and special programs that reflect our academic strengths, faculty expertise, and the unique advantages of our location. GW offers the following summer programs for high school, undergraduate and graduate international students:

^ General Study

Audience: Undergraduate & Graduate Students (up to 12 credits)

Dates: Session I: May 19 - June 29 Session II: July 7-August 17

Students build their own program of study choosing from among a variety of offerings across the disciplines. Courses are graded and academic credit is awarded. Areas of study include courses in the arts, sciences, humanities, social sciences, business, engineering, and English for Academic Purposes for non-native speakers of English.

^ Semester in Washington (SIW): US Politics in a Global Environment
Audience: Undergraduate Students (6 credits)
Date: July 21 - August 17


SIW offers an experiential program of study for students interested in politics, international relations, diplomacy, economics, public policy and American studies. Students investigate topics related to "Washington in the World" exploring how various stakeholders respond and counter-respond to world problems in a globally interconnected market. Students enroll in two credit-bearing courses focused on U.S. Public Policy in a Global Era and Electoral and Legislative Processes in the U.S. Class sessions are enhanced by visits to key institutions in Washington, DC and through guest lectures by influential policy makers and national experts in the field.

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Office of Summer Sessions • 1922 F St. NW, Suite 304 • Washington, DC • 20052 202-994-6360 • summer.gwu.edu • gwsummer@gwu.edu

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