Biomedical Graduate Education master’s, Ph.D. and certificate programs use Georgetown University’s online application. Each program has its own requirements.
Master’s and certificate programs: July 1 for Fall admission / November 1 for Spring admission
Ph.D. programs: December 1 for Summer admission
If you wish to submit an application after the deadline, please contact the program director. Late applications are reviewed on a space-available basis.
Application requirements may vary by program. Visit the program‘s website for program-specific requirements.
- Online Application
- 4-year bachelor’s degree
- Grade point average of 3.0 or higher
- Nonrefundable application fee
- Academic statement of purpose
- 3 letters of recommendation
- GRE/MCAT Score (if applicable)
- TOEFL/IELTS Score (if applicable)
TOEFL: Georgetown Univ. Code for BGE: 5244
IELTS: Georgetown Univ. Graduate School of Arts & Sciences
- COVID-19 Response
Specific Program Application Requirements
Application requirements vary by program — particularly the number of letters of recommendation required and graduate exams accepted. Some programs may also require supplemental forms. Contact the program directly about the application process specific to the program.
Applicants may request a deferral of admission for up to one calendar year. Deferral requests are reviewed by the program to which you applied, and approval is not guaranteed. Make your request through the Deferral Request Form.
Please note only one deferral of admission is allowed. If after a deferral you would like to be considered for another future term, you must submit a new application.