Prospective students are able to connect with the individuals of Georgetown University’s M.A. Asian Studies (MASIA) Program in a variety of ways. Should you have any questions about the program, please contact Robert Lyons, Associate Director of Academic Programs, directly at Robert.Lyons@georgetown.edu or via the Graduate School Asian Studies Inquiry Form.
Prospective graduate students are welcome to visit Georgetown University’s campus. Informational interviews with the Associate Director of Academic Programs are by appointment and must be made in advance. Prospective students are welcome to sit in on classes and sign up for campus tours as well. Please contact Robert Lyons at Robert.Lyons@georgetown.edu at least one to two weeks in advance so that arrangements can be made.
Ask your questions live through the convenience of your home computer or mobile device. The Asian Studies Program holds online chats with prospective students several times throughout the year. Staff and other affiliated Asian Studies Program community members participate in these chats.
Friday, December 20, 2019– 10:00-11:00 AM EST
Friday, January 3, 2020 10:00-11:00 AM EST
Open House For Prospective Students
Each fall, the Asian Studies Program hosts an Open House for Prospective Students interested in learning more about Georgetown University’s MA Asian Studies Program. This on-campus event features Asian Studies faculty, staff and current students. You are welcome to attend this session to learn more about what the MASIA degree program can offer you.
The Asian Studies Program/SFS Graduate Admissions Counselors team participate in an active recruitment schedule at a variety of locations worldwide. Please refer to the listing below for an upcoming opportunity to meet a representative in your area.