Applications are now open for Notre Dame Master of Global Affairs — 2-year degree combining strong academics, skills training & field experiences around the world. All qualified students eligible for tuition scholarship and stipend.
The Kroc Institute administers the International Peace Studies (IPS) concentration of the Master of Global Affairs (MGA), a program of the Keough School of Global Affairs.
The MGA program integrates rigorous coursework; close engagement with policymakers and practitioners; multi-disciplinary faculty and students from around the world; and extended field work with global and local partner organizations. MGA students can also pursue concentrations in Sustainable Development and Global Affairs + Specialization.
Following a year of coursework on campus, participants in the IPS concentration will spend six months working with leading organizations in Asia, Africa, Latin America, the Middle East, or the United States, strengthening their professional skills through reflective practice. Students return to campus for their final semester to complete an integrative master’s capstone project.
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Thanks to the generosity of Mrs. Joan B. Kroc, the Kroc Institute offers all students who are accepted into the master’s program a full scholarship and stipend for housing and living expenses. Please note, all applicants to the MGA program are required to submit GRE scores with their applications with the exception of applicants to the International Peace Studies concentration from outside the U.S.
The Keough School is committed to recruiting, admitting, and enrolling graduate students from varying backgrounds, identities, and professional career trajectories. We expect you to be candid and transparent about your professional experiences during the application process so that others may recognize the value you bring to the program.
All applicants to the MGA program are required to submit GRE scores with their applications with the exception of applicants to the International Peace Studies concentration from outside the U.S.
For more details, please visit the scholarship website here