U of T’s Munk School offers new dual degree with London School of Economics

We are proud to announce the Munk School’s newest dual degree, offered in partnership with the London School of Economics’ School of Public Policy. Dual degree students earn a Master of Public Administration from LSE and a Master of Global Affairs from U of T in just two years. The program is now accepting applications for entry in September 2021.


Reset: Reclaiming the internet for civil society

Join us on Wednesday, July 7, 2021 at 12:30 pm ET (5:30pm BST), as Professor Ron Deibert and Professor Andrés Velasco (Dean, LSE’s School of Public Policy) explore the disturbing impact of the internet and social media on politics, the economy and the environment, and ask us to consider how best to construct a viable communications ecosystem that supports civil society and contributes to the betterment of the human condition. This event is hosted by the London School of Economics School of Public Policy, in partnership with the Munk School.


Dan Breznitz named University Professor

Professor Dan Breznitz, Munk Chair in Innovation Studies and co-director of the Innovation Policy Lab, has been appointed as a University Professor, U of T’s highest and most distinguished academic rank. An exclusive designation reserved for just two percent of tenured faculty, University Professors are chosen for their unusual scholarly achievement and pre-eminence in a particular field of knowledge.


The legacy of Victorian-era pollution still shapes English cities

Research by Stephan Heblich, Munk Chair in Economics, was featured in a recent issue of The Economist. He and his colleagues studied how pollution in 19th century England shaped the evolution of cities.

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.