Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q; previously Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar) is a campus of Georgetown University (Washington D.C.) in Education City, outside of Doha, Qatar. It is one of Georgetown University's 10 undergraduate and graduate schools and is supported by a partnership between Qatar Foundation and Georgetown University.
In 2015, the university broadened its remit to include executive and professional education and custom training programs, in addition to the primary BSFS degree. It rebranded to Georgetown University in Qatar to reflect the broadening of its remit.
The campus is also home to the Center for International and Regional Studies (CIRS), GU-Q's premier research institute, which focuses on issues facing the Middle East and broader Asian region.
The Georgetown University in Qatar building in Education City was inaugurated in February 2011. The purpose-built 360,000-square-foot (33,000 m2) building features a three-story high atrium, an auditorium with a seating capacity for 300 people, and 14 classrooms and lecture halls. It includes offices, classrooms, a library, and other facilities for more than 200 undergraduate and graduate students.
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