grad student life

Oct 25, 2018
Graduate Admissions Office
What’s unique about the Woodrow Wilson School’s approach to policy? Our distinctive multidisciplinary course of study strikes a balance between theory and practice. Eighty-five full-time faculty members teach at the School, almost all of whom have dual appointments with other departments. Approximately 45 visiting professors, lecturers and practitioners from the world of public and international affairs also teach at the School. Our faculty...
Oct 16, 2018
Graduate Admissions Office
You are invited to our Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs (WWS) Graduate Admissions Open House. This half-day event will introduce prospective students to our graduate degree programs. WWS administrators and students will discuss our academic programs and curriculum, student life, career services, admissions requirements, and robust financial aid. We hope you will join us. WWS Graduate Admissions Open House Monday,...
Sep 20, 2018
Graduate Admissions Office
September is a homecoming of sorts as our second-year MPAs return for the fall term. Each one was engaged in a summer internship, a signature requirement of the MPA program. In between year one and year two, our MPA students take on an internship related to their interests. Our Office of Graduate Career Services (OGCS) works closely with students throughout their first year to assess their interests, polish up their resumes, help prepare for...
Aug 26, 2018
Steven Petric MPP '17
Our summer programming is well under way for our incoming MPA, MPP and PhD students. Last week we celebrated their arrival with our annual welcome picnic for all incoming students as well as spouses, partners and families. BBQ food and fun was on offer! Many thanks to Sonya Smith for the picture. If you are a prospective student interested in any of our graduate degrees, and see yourself in one of our cohorts (and at the welcome BBQ next year...
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Jul 27, 2018
Steven Petric MPP '17
The Woodrow Wilson School has a good mix of domestic and international students in residence during any given year. We welcome students from all backgrounds; each unique perspective adds to the learning dynamic within our cohorts! We are often asked by international students about life in New Jersey. Does Princeton have a community in which I would feel welcome? How many students from other countries do you have in your programs? Am I a...
Jun 26, 2018
Steven Petric MPP '17
Greetings from Princeton. Each year, the Woodrow Wilson School (WWS) plays host to countless speakers, conferences and events. And while our summer programming is - by comparison - slower, we still work hard to keep educating the next generation of policy leaders. One of our flagship programs, the Junior Summer Institute (JSI), has just welcomed its 32nd cohort to campus. Since 1985, save one year, the WWS has hosted a JSI as part of its proud...