University of Toronto Toronto, Canada

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University of Toronto's Munk School of Global Affairs is a hub for scholars and practitioners at the forefront of research, debate, and action in global affairs. Against the backdrop of one of the world's most diverse cities, the University of Toronto stimulates a vital dialogue about the challenges, organizations, and ideas reshaping the international landscape. Munk creates an environment that equips students to thrive in a world where working internationally demands professional skills, strategic agility, and cultural fluency. Students enhance their formal studies by expanding their networks to include hundreds of global alumni, scholars, mentors, and employers.

Academic Calendar

Fall Semester
September - December
Spring Semester
January - April

Courses

Students will enroll as full-time students for one semester alongside Munk graduate students, and earn up to 9 credits toward their graduate degree from AU. Sample courses include:

  • Canadian Foreign Policy
  • Global Civil Society
  • Global Development and Change
  • Global Innovation
  • Government Relations
  • History and Theories of International Relations
  • International Conflict & Co-operation
  • Political Economy of Money and Finance
  • Public International Law
  • Public Policy
  • United States Foreign Policy

Language Requirement

All classes are conducted in English.

Application Deadlines

Fall 2017: February 17, 2017
Spring 2018: February 17, 2017

Note: U of T offers only one application cycle per academic year. Therefore, students who wish to study in the upcoming fall semester or the spring semester of the following year must apply at the same time.

Applicants are required to submit a non-refundable $50 application fee.

You will be notified by email with a decision regarding your nomination for study abroad.

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Suggested Program Match

This program is compatible with Intercultural and International Communication; International Development; Global Governance, Politics, and Security; and U.S. Foreign Policy.

Students can only take courses in the Master of Global Affairs program.

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