Learn about Careers in International Relations and the US Graduate School Application Process
Date : November 29th, 2022 at 5pm CET
Location : Online (Zoom)
Interested in an international career and US graduate school? Want to work abroad in the government, nonprofit , multilateral or business sectors?
Students from all academic majors are invited to hear an informative virtual discussion from Ms. Daniela Coleman, Director of Admissions and Recruiting at Johns Hopkins SAIS Europe. Ms. Coleman will talk about how students can prepare for such careers in an ever competitive and global environment. This interactive virtual session will also provide an overview of how a US graduate education in international relations can be one avenue to prepare you for such a diverse career in the private, public, non-profit and multilateral sectors. Moreover, the presentation will provide the nuts and bolts of preparing for the US graduate school application process and address how students can access funding and scholarships.
Johns Hopkins University SAIS is known as one of the top graduate schools for international relations in the world, with studies in the areas of international affairs, economics, diplomacy, and policy research. Its mission is to educate and prepare the next generation of leaders in government, business, multilateral institutions, and the nonprofit sector to solve multifaceted 21st century global challenges through a curriculum strongly rooted in a study of international relations, economics, regional studies, and languages. Its campus locations in the United States, (Washington, DC), Europe (Bologna, Italy), and Asia (Nanjing, China) create a unique global perspective and a competitive advantage in today's multi-polar and technology-driven environment and its over 22,000 SAIS alumni in 140 countries provide an invaluable professional network for itsgraduates.