About the Munk School

About the Munk School

The Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy at the University of Toronto is a leader in interdisciplinary research, teaching and global engagement. Established in 2010 through a landmark gift by Peter and Melanie Munk, the School is home to academic centres, research labs and teaching programs, including the Asian Institute; the Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies; the Centre for the Study of Global Japan; the Centre for the Study of the United States; the Trudeau Centre for Peace, Conflict and Justice and the Citizen Lab.

With a wide range of core, cross-appointed and affiliated faculty and more than 1,200 students in our graduate and undergraduate teaching programs — including the professional Master of Global Affairs and Master of Public Policy degrees — the Munk School is known for world-class faculty, research leadership and as a hub for dialogue and debate. The Munk School serves as a crossroads for those focused on issues of global affairs & public policy.

Leadership

Learn more about Munk School’s leadership team and Interim Director Cheryl Misak.

Study at the Munk School

There’s never been a better time to study global affairs & public policy. Hear directly from our faculty members, students, and alumni about why now is the best time to study at the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy.


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Annual Report

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Get to know our faculty members

Learn more about the professors in the Munk School’s Master of Global Affairs and Master of Public Policy programs.

Munk School Statment on Anti-Black Racism

The Munk School’s statement on anti-Black racism and systemic discrimination details the actions we are taking as a school community.

Opportunities

View the latest employment, research, and grant opportunities at the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy.