Pursuing a Master's, PhD, or Doctorate degree in International Affairs/subjects related to International Affairs is a great way to further your education. A graduate degree program can help you impress employers, gain access to competitive opportunities, and succeed professionally and personally in the future. Check out some resources to find both U.S. and international programs. 

Local Programs

Graduate Programs Exclusive to the United States

  • Check out an article from Foreign Policy Magazine that lists the best U.S.-based programs for International Relations.
  • Niche is a website that allows you to peruse schools across the country. You can find the ranking of these schools, application deadlines, student reviews, and a variety of other statistics/information related to the school.
  • InternationalRelationsEDU.org has a list of the best schools for International Relations by state. Additionally, they have a large search engine for other schools across the country. 

Resources to Find International Programs

These resources also include U.S.based programs. 

  • APSIA (Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs) is a resource that lists dozens of schools that offer International Affairs-related programs both within and outside the U.S. The website lists the available programs at each school, the deadlines to apply, and links to the school's website where you can find even more information.
  • StudyPortal Masters has information about schools across the world that offer graduate degrees in any subject of your choosing. You can narrow your search to International Relations, International Development, or any other subject you're interested in. There is information about the program, tuition costs, and links to find more information and apply.
  • Keystone MasterStudies allows you to search for programs in the country of your choosing and information about the programs you view. 

Read this article by the Washington Post to learn why you should consider pursuing a Masters in International Relations!