Diversity and Inclusion
APSIA has always been dedicated to the improvement of professional education in international affairs and, thereby, the advancement of global prosperity, peace, and security.
People from all parts of the world, points of view, religions, races, and backgrounds contribute to the education APSIA schools provide. Across our members, an average of 40% of current students are not nationals of the country in which they are studying; more than 55% of our current students are women.
We are proud that APSIA has grown to include members in 10 countries and a community of tens of thousands of students, faculty, alumni, and staff from nearly every country in the world.
We know that our students must encounter different and divergent perspectives in order to be adequately prepared for the interconnected, complex world in which they live and operate.
We owe our students an environment of diversity and inclusion. We work to make that rich environment a reality.
To advance these goals, APSIA launched a Diversity Forum series.
Read our statement on the 2017 US Executive Order on visa issuance to Muslim nations.