They believe the world can be a better place – and they are prepared to do the hard work needed to actively bring about that brighter future.
APSIA students are ready to solve the world’s problems. They are flexible enough to navigate the world as it is now and in the future.
My favorite part about studying at The HNC was the community, which made learning so much more rewarding.
Morgan particularly liked how the program offered a more extended experience in China, rather than just a study abroad program.
My favorite experiences are really those where I am hanging out with other SAIS students.
She wants to help people in both urban and rural communities of developing countries secure employment and educational opportunities that can sustain economic growth and development.
Now a student at Johns Hopkins SAIS, Aurelia has enjoyed being introduced to so many different perspectives from both professors and classmates.
Juliane has always been passionate about public policy, and she is hoping to translate her graduate degree into a career where she can apply her expertise in political economy and development.
Through her studies, Mikaela often finds surprising overlaps among different subjects, which makes her appreciate the practicality and inter-disciplinary aspects of the courses she taken thus far.
MPP candidate Belinda Panelo traces her path from a global acting career to pursuing a master’s degree at GPS
SIS student and Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Lia Cheek has formed a career in conservation and an interest in environmental justice.
“I chose Johns Hopkins SAIS not only because it housed one of the top international relations programs in the U.S>, but it specifically offered a much raved-about Latin American Studies program”
” I am…a type of person who likes to “have a lot of life in my years, as opposed to a lot of years in my life.” The responsibilities, that translate into achievements, which MIEF holds us account
The students saw a disconnect between academic theories on civil conflict warning against employing mechanized units and narrative accounts citing their effectiveness in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
This summer students scattered across the globe for first-hand professional experience in their internships. Students are recapping their experiences to recap the what, where, and wow!
Learn how one University of Washington Jackson School doctoral student in international studies is using his education and awards to impact lives here and abroad.
A Jackson grad student’s research is exploring the opportunities for building a new global initiative tied to this growing sport.
Tyra Beaman is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Foreign Service at Georgetown University’s Edmund Walsh School of Foreign Service.
Alessendro Lee is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in International Affairs at Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, concentrating in International Development and specializing in Infrastructure Finance.
A VALUABLE AND FLEXIBLE OPPORTUNITY TO GAIN EXPERTISE IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
FORMING LIFELONG FRIENDSHIPS WHILE EARNING A GRADUATE DEGREE
Energy, Resources and Environment
Recipient of the DACOR Bacon House Foundation Fellowship
“I had a short list of objectives when searching for a graduate school and when I came across SAIS Europe I knew I found what I had been looking for all along.”
A STRONG SENSE OF COMMUNITY AND ENRICHING OPPORTUNITIES IN THE LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES PROGRAM
A WEALTH OF OPPORTUNITIES FOR A FUTURE IN ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT
TACKLING REAL-WORLD PROBLEMS THROUGH DONOR SUPPORT
MAXIMIZING THE JOHNS HOPKINS SAIS EXPERIENCE
ENRICHING PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES WITH ACADEMIC INSIGHTS
ECONOMIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Mende Thuji Yangden: Bhutan
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March 16, 2017