As a GSPIA student, you have access to the Global Security and Development Program in Washington, DC each fall semester. This program is operated by Syracuse University’s Maxwell School, and is open to students from GSPIA, Tufts University’s Fletcher School, and the University of Denver’s Korbel School.
By participating in this program, you have the opportunity to meet colleagues from other leading professional schools of international affairs while studying for an entire semester in Washington, DC. It will also give you the opportunity to fulfill your internship requirement during the semester, choosing an opportunity from a wide range of D.C. employers, including the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Senate, USAID, the CIA, the FBI, the European Union delegation, and the Center for Defense Information.
This program is a great fit for all degree programs, but it’s ideal if you’re interested in national and international security, emerging markets, international development, international trade, economic security, or post-crisis stabilization. It is offered in the fall semester and courses are taught at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
Apply through GSPIA Connections.