Washington, DC Management Internship Program

In conjunction with George Washington University and the BU Washington, DC Academic Center, Boston University offers students of management, finance, and commerce a special dedicated management track. This program combines the best of local university study, Boston University’s unmatched on-site housing and staff, and customized internship placements.

BU Questrom School of Business students should refer to Questrom’s lists of pre-approved courses before applying.

Program Details

Program Dates
  • Fall Semester: late August to mid December
    • Spring Semester: mid January to mid May
    • 2016/2017 Tuition & Fees: $31,507 per semester
    • Cost includes tuition, housing, and excursions. Download the 2016 to 2017 academic year budget sheet. Financial aid is available.
    • Upon successful completion of the program, students receive BU Questrom credit for management courses taken at George Washington University and earn fourteen to eighteen Boston University credits. Students must enroll for a minimum of fourteen credits.

    • Students live in suite-style apartments with shared kitchens, bathrooms, and common areas. There are usually two occupants per bedroom and up to 12 students per suite. Singles are available. Each common room is wired for telephones and cable television.
    • The housing is situated near the majority of Washington, DC government agencies and bureaus, national and international cultural attractions, and national historical landmarks. The surrounding neighborhood is well-established and boasts a variety of ethnic restaurants along its tree-lined streets. Students are just steps away from the Woodley Park/Zoo Metro stop.
    Application Deadlines
    • Fall Semester: April 1
    • Spring Semester: November 1

    Program Staff

    The Boston University Washington, DC Programs are administered by staff in both our Boston and DC offices. In Boston, a program manager facilitates the admissions and pre-departure procedures, and maintains contact with students prior to their arrival in DC. The Boston office also houses administrative personnel who are responsible for everyday operations. In DC, the staff comprises a resident director and administrative, academic, and housing personnel.