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York University

Master's in Public and International Affairs

York University, Toronto, No state preference


Overview


Master’s program offers a unique, high-quality bilingual education that prepares students for leadership roles in public life.

Address

York University, Faculty of Graduate Studies & Glendon School of Public and International Affairs
2275 Bayview Ave, GH 209
Toronto, No state preference, M4N 3M6, Canada


Academics

Summary

Housed within Canada’s first bilingual School of Public and International Affairs, our Master’s program offers a unique, high-quality bilingual education that prepares students for leadership roles in public life. The program is fully funded for domestic (Canadian) students. Entry scholarship opportunities are available for high-achieving international students, Through this two-year degree, students become well versed not only in public policy and administration, but in public affairs — a broader examination of Canadian public institutions and the domestic and international settings in which they function. The program will equip you with the skills to analyse the key challenges in Canadian public life, place Canada’s public institutions in their global content, apply the core knowledge and tools of public management and policy, and work effectively in both English and French. Students complete a 12-week internship with public institutions and international organisations during the third term of the program.

Academic Fields
    Public Administration.
    International Relations and Affairs.
    Public Policy Analysis, General.
    Economics, General.
Degrees
    Master's, M.A., Dual Degree - Master's Degree in International Relations from the University of Strasbourg
    Master's, M.P.I.A., Master in Public and International Affairs
    Formats

    Full Time, On-Campus

    Keywords

    bilingual, public administration, international relations, public policy, French, Canadian politics, government, international law, environment, economy, united nations, foreign policy, human rights, international development, not-for-profit, diplomacy


    Admissions

    Summary
    Admissions Requirements: 1) You must hold an honours undergraduate degree program or equivalent (typically a four-year program with full-time enrolment) from an accredited post-secondary institution. 2) You must have a minimum grade point average of B+ in the final two years of study. 3) You must be proficient in one of Canada’s official languages and have a working knowledge of the second official language. You must also submit proofs of knowledge of the two languages. --- While a background in political sciences is not required, it is recommended that you stay up-to-date with current politics (both domestic and international) and have a basic understanding of political processes.
    Academic Backgrounds
      International Relations and Affairs.
      Political Science and Government, General.
      Public Administration.
      Development Economics and International Development.

    Contacts

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    Sara Del Piano

    sdpiano@yorku.ca
    416-487-6706

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    Francis Garon

    fgaron@glendon.yorku.ca