Texas A&M University, Master’s in International Affairs
Texas A&M University, based in College Station, TX offers a fully funded Master’s in International Affairs. This is a 48-credit (16-course) non-thesis program that includes a core curriculum of five courses, a summer internship or intensive language and cultural study, and a three-course specialization in each of two selected areas of concentration. All admitted students full-time in the Master of International Affairs will receive funding assistance from The Bush School. Bush School scholarships are based on merit and range from $1,000 to $15,000 per year and they do not require a work commitment. Bush School offers merit-based fellowships and graduate assistantships.
Duke University, Master of Public Policy (MPP) Program
The Master of Public Policy Program at Duke University Sanford School of Public Policy in Durham, North Carolina provides merit-based scholarships to all accepted Master of Public Policy (MPP) applicants who are not receiving full funding from outside sources. Subdiscipline areas include Energy & Environment; Health Policy; International Development Policy; National Security & Foreign Policy; Social Policy; and Tech Policy. US citizens are also guaranteed assistantships for two academic years of study. International students may apply to positions that remain open.
Syracuse University, Master’s in International Relations
Syracuse University, based in Syracuse, New York offers a fully funded Masters’s in International Relations. Students will receive a solid foundation in international management, research design, and analysis combined with an in-depth and interdisciplinary understanding of the complexities of international affairs. Many students in the program fund their studies through hourly graduate assistantships. Awards include tuition and a stipend, the amount of which depends on the hourly commitment required for the assistantship.