Georgetown University
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Founded in 1789 by John Carroll, the nation's first Catholic bishop, Georgetown University is the oldest Catholic university in the US. Its more than 16,000 students (about half are undergraduates) are instructed by some 2,000 faculty members (full- and part-time) in eight schools ranging from the university's renowned Law Center to the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service and Georgetown's School of Medicine. The system has a student-teacher ratio of about 10:1. The university is also home to the Georgetown University Medical Center, and has forged numerous ties with...More

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Georgetown University President and Director Jack DeGioia

Jack DeGioia

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Beautiful campus, good education, poor bureaucracy

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Pros: I love working on such a beautiful campus, being surrounded by high-level education. The location is great and there are always fun activities and interesting lectures going on. Full Review

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Declined Offer – Interviewed in Visakhapatnam Apr 2012 – Reviewed Jun 27, 2012

Interview Details we had a group discussion then after we cleared that round we had a personal interviewFull Interview

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