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Interested in a specific topic of study or want to learn more about fields within International Affairs? Attend our virtual open houses throughout November!

Hear from a few schools that offer topic-focused programs in a more intimate setting. Learn what YOU can do with an APSIA degree

Topics in November include: Human Rights+Law; Dual Degrees; and Women, Peace, and Security;
Online and Part-Time Programs

And many more!
Register here
In honor of Indigenous Peoples' Day let's revisit APSIA's discussion from last year. 

In association with Northeastern University Native American Support Center, this session explored why –with all the ways they can make a difference – Indigenous students should think about careers in international affairs. Speakers shared their own career paths and the ways in which policy choices matter.

Click here to learn more about the session.
APSIA has many events throughout the year!
here to see our full calendar.
What does a career in gender advocacy look like? What opportunities are out there to help push the needle on gender equality?

Join us for a virtual event to learn from APSIA alumnae about what you need to succeed. These programs will be offered in English, French, and Spanish at three separate sessions.
Register here!

This program is co-sponsored by the Women's Foreign Policy Group and APSIA

Join us for one of our introductory webinars on best practices when applying for graduate school.

In this monthly series, APSIA’s International Admissions and Operations Manager will answer questions about:

- Selecting a graduate program
- Preparing an application
- Paying for school
- Career opportunities

November 15, 2021                                                             December 9, 2021
11:00 AM-12:00 PM ET                                                      12:00 PM- 1:00 PM ET

Register Here                                                                        Register Here
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APSIA's website contains many different resources to help you before, during, and after graduation. Our Career Resource page is a great starter page to understand International Affairs and learn what you can do within the field! 

Check out the Career Resource Page Here!
Critical Language Scholarship Program
Summer 2022 Program Application Deadline November 16, 2021

Alfa Fellowship Program
2022-2023 Program Application Deadline December 1, 2021

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Junior Fellowship
Application Deadline January 15, 2022
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Franklin Adam Jacob earned his Master's at Ritsumeikan University Graduate School of International Relations (GSIR) in 2019.

Now working as a Coordinator for International Relations at the International Affairs division in the Kyoto Prefectural office, he lists how his time at GSIR helped him "[C]
ultivate an understanding and a passion for globalism, and helped me discover that a future in international affairs is where I see myself...each class is a microcosm of our ever globalizing world."

Read more about Franklin Adam Jacob here.

The Graduate School of International Relations (GSIR) Ritsumeikan University aims at fostering not only academicians with specialized knowledge of research in various fields of international relations, but also professionals with expertise and ability to play an active role in international enterprises and institutions. Thus it incorporates a unique system of education that offers programs covering diverse areas of research designed to prepare students for these purposes

For more information about GSIR, please click here.

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