Global & Experiential Education


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Global & Experiential Education (G&EE) at the GW School of Business supports four primary areas:

  • international student services
  • overseas study
  • experiential education programs (domestic and international)
  • advocacy and collaboration related to global and experiential initiatives


 Annual Report 2020


Global & Experiential Education has moved to full service remote operations during the period of virtual learning. Don’t hesitate to contact us or schedule an appointment with our team. Reach out to [email protected] and we’ll connect you to the appropriate G&EE team member.


Explore Our Programs

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Want to see your G&EE experiences on our Instagram? View our one-page Student Guide to Digital Storytelling.


News Highlights


graphic -  2020 Consulting Abroad Program Students Celebrate Project Milestone

2020 Consulting Abroad Program Students Celebrate Project Milestone

“I truly believe that these are high-quality projects that will give them a solid experience to draw upon long after grad school is over. Their willingness to execute a professional and solid presentation in the midst of a crisis is admirable and speaks to everyone's integrity.”





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Upcoming Deadlines


Winter 2021 Short-Term Study Away Programs Application Deadline: Sunday, October 4, 2020 at 11:59 p.m.


Program Highlights


View a slideshow from the Consulting Abroad Program (CAP) Panel Presentations Day on April 22, 2019

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Explore the global impact the Consulting Abroad Program (CAP) at the GW School of Business has made over the past decade.

View a slideshow from the Consulting Abroad Program (CAP) 10-year anniversary celebration on January 28, 2019



From the Blog


G&EE publishes a number of blog series covering buisness and society, our Consulting Abroad program, and our short- and long-term study abroad programs. Explore recent articles below, or visit the blog to view each series in its entirety.


Highlights From Our Students


photo - The 2019 GW ISAB graduates

The International Student Advisory Board (ISAB) enables student members to serve as advisors to the Global & Experiential Education (G&EE) office at the GW School of Business (GWSB) regarding orientation, programming, and issues of significance to the graduate international student experience. Board members also provide feedback to other School of Business and university offices upon request. The board is comprised of one student representing each of GWSB’s graduate programs that have significant international student communities.

Three ISAB members are graduating in May: Lisa Antwi Adjei, Mina Panahi and Preethy Janarthanan. Lisa was the ISAB representative from the MSIST Program, Mina represented the MSPM program, and Preethy represented the MTA program. Their efforts over the past year have led to many events supporting the international student community at GWSB, such as local sightseeing tours, cross-cultural training sessions, and guest speakers. Their presence on the board will be missed. Congratulations graduates!

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“My name is Dr. Holly Emert — but since we're in the U.S., what do you think I’ll say you can call me?” This was just one of the many questions that Dr. Emert posed to a group of GWSB international students during an interactive workshop on April 4 called Thriving in the U.S. - Skills to Work Effectively with Americans. The goal of the workshop was to provide an opportunity for GWSB’s international graduate students to reflect upon their own personal experiences in the U.S. and explore how to optimize their interactions at work and school. During introductions, participating students from China, Iran, and Portugal shared that they attended the session because they hoped that it would help them navigate future interactions with Americans in professional settings, specifically in school, upcoming internships and jobs.

Over the course of the two-hour session, Dr. Emert incorporated engaging activities and honest discussion to help the students identify and understand the best communication practices to build trust and credibility with Americans. The participants reflected on their own experiences in dealing with American communication practices ranging from introductions and expectations to acknowledging mistakes and discussing accomplishments. Takeaways from the workshop were skills for the students to include in their “cultural toolbox” as well as a guide to developing an action plan for professional success.

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GWSB exchange students recently ventured off campus with the G&EE team on a brisk March day to explore the Library of Congress and the Supreme Court. We kicked the day off with a tour of the Library of Congress — the home of more than 34 million books! We also learned that anyone in the world with an ID and an address can get a library card to access the amazing onsite study room. Some of our exchange students will definitely be taking advantage of the great study space! The original Gutenberg bible was a hit, as well as Thomas Jefferson’s collection of books that he donated to Congress after the capital burned in the 1800s.

After the Library visit, we headed to the Supreme Court. Approaching from the outside, it’s easy to feel the power housed in the building — it’s an imposing structure. Inside the courtroom, we noticed a few international law figures carved into the frieze. The Chinese students in the group were excited to see Confucius among them! Overall it was a great day spent exploring some iconic sites around D.C. and learning more about American history and tradition.