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Class Profile | MAGR

A tremendous strength of the MAGR is the small cohort size, which allows students exclusive access to an influential community of scholars and practitioners, while fully participating as a member of the larger SAIS Europe community. On day one, you will begin to make lasting connections with faculty experts and talented students from diverse backgrounds.

Living and studying in Bologna has enriched my understanding of how colleagues from different cultural and professional backgrounds think and has expanded the horizons of my own thought.

Kevin Rejent, Master of Arts in Global Risk '19

2019 MAGR Class Profile

 
SAIS Europe Student Body 176
Global Risk Cohort 17
Average Work Experience 2
Countries Represented 12
Non-US 41%
US Minority 20%
Male/Female 65% / 35%
US GPA (middle 50% range) 3.25
GRE Verbal (middle 50% range) 161–162
GRE Quantitative (middle 50% range) 154–156
*The GRE and GMAT are optional and not a required component of the MAGR application.