The Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service is a school of international affairs within Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., United States. Jesuit priest Edmund A. Walsh founded the School of Foreign Service in 1919, recognizing the need for a school that would prepare Americans for roles as diplomats and business professionals in the wake of the U.S.' expanding involvement in the world after World War I. The school predates the U.S. Foreign Service by six years. Today, SFS hosts a student body of approximately 2,100 from 80 nations each year. It offers an undergraduate program based...
|Location:|| Washington, D.C.,
|School type:||Private university|