A LOOK AT THE MUNK SCHOOL OF GLOBAL AFFAIRS
The Munk School of Global Affairs is a professional degree-granting interdisciplinary school focused on global issues. Our mission is to deeply integrate research on global affairs with teaching and public education, and we are the home of world-renowned researchers and more than 30 academic centres and initiatives, including:
- Asian Institute
- Citizen Lab
- Centre for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies
- Centre for the Study of the United States
- Trudeau Centre for Peace, Conflict and Justice
The Munk School also is home to 13 teaching programs, ranging from Munk One, a first-year foundational program with a focus on global problem-solving, to the Fellowship in Global Journalism, a program for professionals, scholars and subject-matter experts to gain global journalism skills.
Undergraduate students with Munk can take majors ranging from Contemporary Asian Studies to American Studies, while graduate students can have a range of options, from the MA in European, Russian and Eurasian Studies to the Collaborative Master’s in Asia-Pacific Studies.
THE MASTER OF GLOBAL AFFAIRS AT A GLANCE
The centrepiece of our academic core is the highly selective Master of Global Affairs (MGA) program. The MGA invites the very best of Canada and the world’s students to complete a groundbreaking two-year program that incorporates campus-based study with mandatory global internships in their chosen field. In addition, students have the opportunity to combine degrees from the Rotman School of Management (MBA) or the University of Toronto Faculty of Law (JD) with the Master of Global Affairs degree (MGA).