For employers

For employers

The Master of Global Affairs (MGA) program accelerates MGA students' careers in business, government and NGOs by providing training in analytical methods and practical management skills with an immersion in the latest thinking on global trends and issues.

By hiring an MGA student or graduate – full time, or as part of our summer internship program – you are accessing the best and brightest minds in global affairs today.MGA students develop key skills through our robust two-year academic programming and professional development training that add value to diverse workplaces.

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Some critical strengths MGA interns bring to teams:

  • Quantitative and qualitative research and analysis
  • Strategic thinking and implementation
  • Policy crafting 


  • Forecasting and planning 
  • Program assessment and evaluation
  • Report writing
  • Communication and risk management

If you want access to a highly competitive candidate pool at a world-renowned academic institution, we make it easy to become a Munk School partner.

How to get involved

  • Contact our Career Services Team anytime with any questions, or to enquire about hiring an MGA intern or graduate
  • Join our career exploration days and networking events, virtually and on campus; contact the Career Services Team for more information
  • Meet and network with MGA students by attending events hosted by the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy. School events include lectures and conferences with leading policy scholars and practitioners.
  • Engage with our student leadership initiatives — MGA students host and run several initiatives that are by-and-for students, and include publishing journals, hosting podcasts and serving as consultants on real-world problems. There are many ways to get involved in these initiatives and give of your time, talent or resources.
  • Follow our social media channels to keep up-to-date with School and student activities and opportunities – see the links below!
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