The International Development and Policy Masters degree through the Harris School of Policy is a master’s degree specifically designed to teach students that are already making a difference in the world. This one-year long course instructs young leaders in advanced data analytics and international relations. The program builds on a foundation of knowledge about worldwide challenges through nine courses that teach a variety of essential skills. Obtaining this degree presents young leaders with the opportunity to join a vibrant academic community at the University of Chicago and move one step further down the path of becoming an agent for positive change in the world. They also offer a number of need-based and merit scholarships to make the program more affordable.
Application Window: Open now, closes March 31, 2020
Results announced: Early May 2020
Enrollment: Late May 2020
Who can apply?
To apply, candidates will need to have a minimum of three years of full-time work experience. Ideally, applicants will have a background in community service or leadership with a passion for solving global issues. Students for this program should also demonstrate a strong willingness to bring the skills they have learned back to their community.
Deadline: March 31, 2020