Students who have attended or graduated from a non-U.S. college or university must submit their academic documents according to World Education Services (WES) Standards, as described below.
Academic transcripts must list the course name and grades received.
A diploma/degree certificate that shows the date that the degree was conferred.
An official grading scale of the academic institution.
If your academic documents are in a language other than English, you must submit the certified translation as well as the original documentation for review. Once admitted and prior to matriculating into the program, translators are required to send our office both the original documentation and certified translation in a sealed envelope. Your translator should certify that the original documentation was received in a sealed envelope from the institution.
Demonstration of English Language Proficiency
Applicants who fit the criteria below are required to upload an unofficial English Language Proficiency Exam score report to the online application.
You may choose from one of the following three exams to demonstrate your level of competence in English.
TOEFL - The minimum required score is 250 (computer-based), 600 (paper-based), or 100 (internet-based). Your test result must not be more than two years old. If you are admitted to the program, official scores must be sent directly from ETS to Georgetown University MBA Admissions using ETS Code Number: 5244-02.
IELTS - We accept only academic module results; the minimum required score is 7.5. Your test result must not be more than two years old. If you are admitted to the program, official scores must be sent directly from Cambridge (IELTS) to Georgetown University MBA Admissions.
PTE - The minimum required score is 68. Your test result must not be more than two years old. If you are admitted to the program, official scores must be sent directly from Pearson Vue to Georgetown University MBA Admissions.