All CESEAS students are provided individual workspaces and lockers in a student research and study space in order to foster intellectual exchanges and collaboration beyond the classroom.
The graduate experience is also nourished by a variety of extra-curricular opportunities including involvement in the Re:Locations journal. CESEAS students are invited to join the Munk School graduate student network, which allows students to expand their academic, social, and professional networks and opportunities. Each year, graduate students at the Munk School organize a conference, bringing in leading experts on an issue of global significance.
Domestic students are automatically nominated for entrance scholarships in Asia Pacific Studies, and these nominations have been very successful. Many domestic students have also obtained Dr. David Chu travel awards for summer research in Asia. Learn more about the Dr. David Chu scholarships.
GRADUATE COURSES 2016-17
For a list and schedule of graduate level courses offered by various departments that can count towards the MAPS program in the upcoming year, click here. If you encounter a course you would like to count towards the program that is not listed, please contact the program administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org.