MPP, MPA, MIA, MIR, MSFS, MALD….Where to start? Which degree do you need? What do people with these degrees do? Applying to Grad school can be daunting, but here are 3 resources to make it less so…..
- Careers in International Affairs. Published by Georgetown University Press, this book provides an overview of the wide variety of careers available under the very big umbrella of international affairs. From governments to multinational corporations to media, this book provides insights on the jobs available, and how to get them. http://press.georgetown.edu/book/georgetown/careers-international-affairs#_ga=1.29401209.754665725.1442231035
- APSIA. Featuring profiles of over 60 member schools, admissions events, and career resources, APSIA is a great first step on your admissions journey. http://www.apsia.org
- NAASPA. A great search tool that uses your potential specialisation and interests to suggest schools. http://www.naspaa.org
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