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The mission of the Julien J. Studley Graduate Programs in International Affairs at The New School is to prepare engaged, reflective global citizens who can contribute to making the world more inclusive, just, and sustainable. The most pressing contemporary
challenges - from the rise of authoritarian regimes and refugee crises to youth unemployment and climate change - demand a deep understanding of complex global systems, new perspectives, and a commitment to social justice.
Named among the top international affairs programs by the Foreign Policy Association, our Graduate Programs in International Affairs are distinctive in the New School tradition: critical, engaged, and truly global.
International Affairs at The New School reframes approaches to global governance, security, development, human rights, cities, and the media. By combining theory, practice, and policy, students develop the skills and expertise needed to address global
challenges. Our programs offer the following distinctive features and benefits:
Learn more about the International Affairs community at The New School by visiting our blog.
The New School offers two master's degrees in international affairs:
International Affairs students take full advantage of New York City's incomparable resources in the international affairs field. The city's extraordinary range of international NGOs, intergovernmental institutions, and global companies - from the United
Nations to Human Rights Watch to major media organizations - provide unique opportunities for student research, internships, and practicums. Our practice-based coursework connects students with these organizations through projects that launch student
careers, and faculty members working in these organizations provide students with opportunities to address the most pressing issues in the field.
Students can make connections with more than 1,400 International Affairs alumni working around the world. Our alumni work on urban development,
human rights, environmental policy, migration, refugees, security, gender equality, and many other issues in public, private, nonprofit, and academic organizations. Our Center for Graduate Career and Professional Development offers ongoing support to current and former students.
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