This M.A. is sponsored by the Center for Latin American Studies in the Walsh School of Foreign Service. Participants focus on the politics, economics, and social processes of Latin America and the Caribbean.
The Global Competitiveness Leadership (GCL) Program offers young professionals a 10-week leadership curriculum at Georgetown.
The ILG program equips Latin American public managers with the necessary tools to help them generate and implement innovative public policies in their home countries.
Through CLAS both undergraduate and graduate students can earn a certificate with an interdisciplinary focus.
This academic department in the College offering doctoral, master's degree, and undergraduate programs in language and cultural studies.
Georgetown University has a vibrant Latin American community and the Latin America-related organizations active on campus reflect that.
The Translational Health Internship is a study abroad program created by Georgetown and INFANT, a leading respiratory disease research organization headquartered in Buenos Aires.
The Georgetown Journal of International Law (GJIL) and Center for the Advancement of Law in the Americas (CAROLA) invite students to submit notes examining the impact of COVID-19 on international, comparative, or transnational law in the Americas.
Juan Manuel Menjívar (G’22) explores the rich linguistic abilities of Salvadorans in the United States and in El Salvador and is one of eight Patrick Healy Graduate Fellows this year.
The Center for Latin American Studies awards travel grants to graduate and select undergraduate students in support of research and unpaid internships in Latin America during the summer.
The student fellows program gives a select group of undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to conduct research and support events and programs related to the initiative’s core themes.
This student-run conference brought together experts from across the region to discuss extractive industries and their impact on Latin America.
MSB evening MBA students embarked on a trip to the outskirts of the city of Lima to help build a wall for a local daycare. The project was jointly executed with Techo, a nonprofit that helps alleviate poverty through work in small infrastructure projects by volunteers and community members.
A MSFS student talks about his summer abroad experience supporting the implementation of a provincial development plan in the Dominican Republic.