Affairs club review

Affairs club review Centre for International Studies. Munk School of Global Affairs Logo. It offers master’s degrees in Global Affairs, European, Russian, and Asia-Pacific studies.

The school also offers a certificate program in global journalism. 80 million collective contribution from the Peter and Melanie Munk Foundation, the Government of Canada, and the Government of Ontario. The School is located in the north and south wings of Devonshire House building on Devonshire Place, which is shared with Trinity College’s John W. Citizen Lab and the Master of Global Affairs program.

4 million donation to finance the construction. The current interim director is Randall Hansen, who is also the director of the School’s Centre for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies. Students are also encouraged to think critically and responsibly on global issues, and are provided with leadership training and management skill-building. The program requires students to complete a relevant internship with an NGO, an international organization such as the UN or WTO, or at an embassy or consulate abroad. As well, MGA students can also complete their degrees concurrently with an MBA at the Rotman School of Management or with a JD at the University Of Toronto Faculty Of Law.

Established as a degree program in 1985 and as a centre in 2001, this multidisciplinary undergraduate program attracts some of the top-achieving students who go on to take positions in prominent international organizations such as the United Nations, work on social justice issues through non-governmental organizations, and pursue graduate degrees in law and social science. Munk School of Global Affairs. It grew out of the Peace and Conflict Studies programme established by Anatol Rapaport in the early 1980s. In 1990, Thomas Homer-Dixon assumed the Directorship and continued in that role through 2001 when the programme was institutionalized as the Trudeau Centre. Homer-Dixon’s Directorship ended in 2007.