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Master of Global Affairs

Are you interested in helping to solve the world’s most pressing problems? This is the degree for you.

Master of Global Affairs

The Master of Global Affairs (MGA) is a two-year professional program that combines rigorous coursework with practical experience to build the capacity of tomorrow’s leaders. Through our professional internship, capstone project and student leadership opportunities, you’ll gain the tools you need to have an impact on the world around you.

Join the global conversation

At the Munk School, you will have access to expert scholars, experienced leaders and a global network of alumni. Through the MGA program, you’ll gain real-world experience, have the opportunity to specialize and build a strong foundation in the program’s five pillars:

  • Global markets
  • Global security
  • Global development
  • Innovation policy
  • Human rights and global justice

Study at Munk

Learn how to understand global challenges, connect the dots, and make a difference

Meet your professors

Meet the faculty, lecturers and staff that support the Master of Global Affairs program
Headshot of Janice Stein

University Professor and Belzberg Professor of Conflict Management

Ronald Deibert stands with arms crossed. He is wearing a dark blue button up shirt and a black watch on his right arm.

Professor, Department of Political Science and the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, and Director of the Citizen Lab

Shiri Breznitz

Professor and Director of Research, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy


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The MGA advantage

Our career services team helps students to develop skills and find meaningful career opportunities:
have hosted MGA interns to date
of MGA
are employed within 6 months of graduation
of our
incoming class
are international students