Congrats to the class of 2014! Learn what our grads are up to... 
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Congrats Grads!

Saluting the 2014 graduates of APSIA schools


What do you do with an APSIA degree -
Young Alumni Profiles

Stories from the first 5 years after graduation


First look: APSIA 2014 Recruitment Fairs

We're hitting the road beginning September 2014

Congrats Grads

Georgia Tech MSIA grad Nekabari Goka asks “Have I done enough?” His answer will not only inspire you to reach higher and further, but gets to the heart of what international affairs is all about. Watch his speech

"You are not just graduates of a great university," Senator Carl Levin told the Ford School's centennial graduating class. "You are graduates of a school of public policy, which implies that you—your ideas and passions, your hard work and drive and grit—can help shape the policies that government adopts." Read more

Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates (SFS '74) urged the graduates of the Walsh School of Foreign Service (SFS) to enter public service at the SFS Commencement Ceremony on the afternoon of May 16th. â€œIt falls to you, the next generation of globally oriented citizens and leaders, to pick up the mantle.” Read more


What do you do with an APSIA degree - Young Alumni Profiles

The Burning Barriers, Building Bridges (B4) Youth Theatre, led by Humphrey School graduate Jasmine Blanks (MPP ’08), teaches young people to express themselves through the arts. On one afternoon, one child’s “I’m hungry-o” statement led to several others chanting, and then became a song about being hungry for peace, education, and change. Read more

Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy graduate Jennifer K. Hong (MPP '11) is a Reports and Political Affairs Officer at the Department of State Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons. "I don't have day-to-day contact with the victims, but the most gratifying thing about the work I do is that it's affecting the lives of trafficking victims around the world." Read more

Sciences Po - PSIA alumna Anjuli Pandit ('13) speaks of the confidence and expertise she developed during her Master in International Public Management program and how it has translated into professional opportunities for her. "This move has been the plunge I was seeking, as I have found myself with responsibilities and a scope for real impact in public relations." Read more


APSIA 2014 Recruitment Fair Schedule

  • September

    • New York City at the Council on Foreign Relations
    • Washington, DC at George Washington University
    • Toronto at the University of Toronto
    • Mexico City (Venue TBA)
  • November 

    • Istanbul at Bogazici University 
    • Berlin at the Hertie School of Governance 
    • Paris at Science Po
We hope to see you at an APSIA event! Check our website regularly for more information.
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