The curriculum of the Master of International Affairs and Public Policy (MIAPP) is designed to provide students with a broad analytical background in the major fields of international affairs and European integration, combined with the specific focus on the newly emerging issues of governance and globalization. The program of study requires 60 units of graduate credits and is completed in four terms of full-time attendance without the requirement of submission of a Master’s thesis.

By underlining updated knowledge and skills essential to careers in international, private, and public sectors, the program responds to new professional opportunities at home as well as abroad. The program addresses the fundamental issues of the post-Cold War era, globalization, public governance, corporate governance and European integration with an approach that incorporates scholarly perspective and practical experience.

Requirements for Application: An undergraduate degree in international relations is not a prerequisite for admission. Graduates of other disciplines are also eligible and are encouraged to apply.