Deadline for MGA and MPP applications is January 20

There is no better time than now to be studying global affairs and public policy. Our Master of Global Affairs (MGA) and Master of Public Policy (MPP) programs prepare you for a changing world.

The deadline to apply for the Fall 2022 semester is January 20, 2022. Apply today!


2022 Lionel Gelber Prize jury announced

Janice Stein will chair an international jury of experts for the 2022 Lionel Gelber Prize, which is awarded annually to the best non-fiction book in English on foreign affairs. 

This year’s jury features jury chair Janice Stein (Toronto, Canada), Janine di Giovanni (New York), Francis J. Gavin (Washington, D.C.), James Goldgeier (Washington, D.C.), and Doug Saunders (Toronto, Canada).


Cross-country Exposure: Analysis of the MY2022 Olympics app

This Citizen Lab report analyzes MY2022, an app mandated for use by all attendees of the 2022 Olympic Games in Beijing. Researchers found several security flaws, including the ability to evade encryption, vulnerabilities in health customs forms, and the ability for server responses to be spoofed.


Culture Wars: How Countries Perceive Divisions

Tension between rich and poor is seen as a key source of division around the world, but what other factors contribute to culture wars? On February 7, the Munk School / IPSOS / CEVIPOF-Sciences Po, Global Advisory Data Series continues with a panel discussing the tensions which global citizens perceive to exist between the rich and poor, by divisions of politics, social class, immigration, and between those with different values. 

News + Media

Munk School in the Media

Munk School experts are frequently sought to provide comment and context in Canadian and international media. From polling and elections to Citizen Lab reports on NSO spyware, from trade negotiations to global migration, our faculty and researchers are helping to shape conversations on the issues the matter most.

Research & Ideas

COVID-19 research
and commentary at the Munk School

Munk School experts are frequently sought to provide comment and context in Canadian and international media. Read the latest COVID-19 research and commentary from our faculty & researchers.