Today’s world is more interconnected than ever, and our graduates must be prepared to confidently navigate a global landscape. The GW Global Bachelor’s Program prepares tomorrow’s global leaders by offering undergraduates a multifaceted international experience—in DC and in locations around the world—throughout their undergraduate studies.
Participants undertake at least three study-abroad experiences, linked with an array of courses and mentoring faculty in a rich, internationalized curriculum. Through classes with world-class scholars at GW and abroad; field visits to leading academic, government, and economic institutions around the world; and immersion in other cultures and perspectives, Global Bachelor’s students will achieve the experience of living abroad along with depth and breadth of knowledge essential to success in a globalized world.
A $1 million gift from the Starr Foundation created the Maurice R. Greenberg Scholarship Fund to provide need- and merit-based support for students in the Global Bachelor's program.
“It is important to give our students a broad and global perspective so they can be future leaders who will expand openness and engagement with people around the world,” said Program Director Steve Suranovic. “This program is helping to make these students truly global citizens.”