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Applicants have the choice to apply through the Georgetown Graduate Application Portal or the Post Baccalaureate Centralized Application Service (PostbacCAS). Please do not submit applications to both.
- Georgetown Graduate Application Portal: This application is recommended for students who are interested in Georgetown graduate programs.
- PostbacCAS: This application is recommended for students who are applying to multiple programs through PostbacCAS.
Applicants using the Georgetown Graduate Application Portal before this deadline may apply to waive the application fee. Applicants must first submit the fee waiver request form before October 15 and before submitting their program application.
You may still be considered for scholarships.
GeorgeSquared students may choose to apply by May 1 for Summer admission, July 1 for Fall admission, or November 1 for Spring admission. All GeorgeSquared applicants are eligible for our Affiliation-Based Fee Waiver.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling, space-available basis. We will accept applications until July 1 or until our Fall cohort is filled, whichever comes first.
Applications should be submitted and complete (i.e., all materials received) by the deadline. Applications that are submitted but not complete by the deadline (missing transcripts and/or letters of recommendation) will be reviewed as space permits. Once an application becomes complete (all materials received, including transcripts and letters of recommendation), the application will be reviewed by the admissions committee. We strive to return decisions within four weeks of an application becoming complete.
We encourage you to review our available scholarships and consider applying.
Applicants are to submit all required credentials and supporting documentation no later than the application deadline. Applications are reviewed on a rolling, space-available basis.
Not sure if you meet the requirements? Visit Which Physiology Program Is Right for You? to compare our program with the Special Master’s Program and the GeorgeSquared certificate program.
Please note that the visa application process can take weeks or months and varies based on your country of origin. To help ensure that students receive their visas in time for registration, the program suggests that applications to the program should be completed by the May 15 priority deadline. In the event that visas are not received in time, admitted students may defer their admission one time to a future open term. There is no additional admissions application fee charge for the one-time deferral.
For more information for international applicants, please see our Biomedical Graduate Education International Applicants page.
International applicants interested in pursuing medical school in the U.S. should carefully read the AAMC’s website regarding the limitations and restrictions for international students in the medical school admissions process.
Tuition & Scholarships
Please visit our Degree Plans page for tuition and fees information.
Biomedical Graduate Education (BGE) offers scholarships to incoming master’s students based on merit and service. Scholarship applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and awarded subject to funding availability, so we recommend that you apply as soon as possible after submitting your program application. BGE also offers merit-based scholarships to a limited number of Master of Science students based on programs’ recommendations.
*NEW* Dean’s Excellence Merit Scholarship
The BGE Dean’s Excellence Merit Scholarship is awarded to eligible master’s students who demonstrate outstanding academic promise based on their verified undergraduate GPA. Dean’s Excellence Scholars receive a scholarship to apply toward their first-semester tuition costs.
Students may wish to apply for federal loans, private loans or outside scholarships. It is recommended that you begin the process of applying for federal financial aid as soon as possible after applying for admission. You may use the Estimated Cost of Attendance information in determining loan amounts; this program falls under Biomedical Graduate Education > Biomedical Graduate Programs (distinct from the Special Master’s Program).
Students who have been accepted to the GeorgeSquared summer cohort and are applying for financial aid will also need to fill out a Georgetown University Graduate Summer Aid Application, which can be found at the bottom of the applying for financial aid page.
Note: Financial aid for students in our program is under the purview of the Main Campus Office of Student Financial Services – not the School of Medicine office. If you have filled out financial aid forms for Georgetown University School of Medicine, you must also fill out the Main Campus forms. Otherwise, your financial aid could be seriously delayed.
For more information and to obtain financial aid forms, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accelerated Master’s (GU HSCI Students)
Undergraduate students in the Georgetown University B.S. in Human Science program may be eligible to complete our Master of Science program on an accelerated timeline.
To learn more, visit Accelerated M.S. in Physiology.
Our students benefit from the services of pre-medical advisors and the Biomedical Graduate Education career office, including one-on-one advising, skills workshops, leadership programs and more.