We trained the current generation of moral leadership, too.

Graduate students at Georgetown can apply for selective fellowships at the KIE, particpate in dynamic exchanges at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and other partner institutions in the DC area, design and teach undergraduate-level courses, coach our undergraduate ethics teams, and more. Meet former students who’ve ascended to the very highest ranks of ethics leadership today, and learn how the KIE helped them in that journey.

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We help train the next generation of moral leaders.

Georgetown's mission of educating “men and women for others” with a capacity for “ethics engaged in the real world” makes the KIE a central part of campus life. We are proud to sponsor an undergraduate minor, highlight a variety internship opportunities, coach an award-winning Ethics Bowl team, offer personal faculty mentorship, and much more. Learn why undergraduates around the world look to Georgetown as one of the best places to study practical ethics in the world.

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Nearly fifty years of ethics education for professionals worldwide.

For nearly half a century, our educational programming in bioethics has been the gold standard for education in the field. Our portfolio is always evolving to meet next-generation needs, recently expanding to include the world's first Introduction to Bioethics course free to anyone in the world with an internet connection, as well as a growing suite of secondary, professional, and continuing education opportunities online and on campus.

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