Which school is the most difficult to get into?

<p>I looked on the Georgetown website, but I just wanted some actual students' opinions - which school at Georgetown is the toughest to be accepted into? </p>

<p>Also, if one gets accepted into MSB, how easy would it be to transfer to GC or SFS? Is it also possible to double major in two different schools?</p>

<p>I'll answer your questions in order:</p>

<p>SFS
Pretty difficult, especially into SFS
No</p>

<p>SFS is more competitive. GC is harder to get into, statistically.</p>

<p>I have a question.. Are there foreign language departments in the SFS? How would they study a language if they can't double major *across schools?</p>

<p>How about FLL in terms of selectivity?</p>

<p>Any class is open to any student in any school (with a few minor exceptions, mostly lower level intro courses meant for a particular major). The school distinction determines your general education requirements and your major possibilities. SFS students are required to study language extensively, which is marked on their transcript through proficiency requirements, but there is no option to double major in a language. If you want to demonstrate a language skill beyond proficiency, the SFS offers regional certificates (kind of like minors) which show that you have focused on the culture, language and politics of a particular area. it comes down to a matter of philosophy. Most SFS students study language to a level that would meet a major at most schools, but the Dean's office thinks it would be a redundant demarcation with the proficiency barrier and certificates already in place.</p>

<p>Just to be clear, I understand you can't double major across schools, but can you major and minor across schools? Or even within the same school?</p>

<p>Also, SFShoya, is there any information you have elaborating on the MSB program? (Or maybe someone else you know, is there a MSBhoya?)</p>

<p>SFShoya--Cool, thanks. I applied to the college.. Do I have the option of double-majoring and minoring with two languages and Government or triple-majoring if I were ambitious enough? As for the SFS students, do they study language in Georgetown classrooms or on their own?</p>

<p>Here why don't you guys start a new thread. I don't want to thread jack.</p>

<p>Seriously, though, I'd be grateful if someone could share their experience with the FLL program and admissions.</p>