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Employment Outcomes | MAIA

From consultants to entrepreneurs, leaders of nongovernmental organizations to policymakers, graduates from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) put their degrees to work.

94% of the one-year and two-year Master of Arts in International Affairs Class of 2023 were employed, pursuing fellowships or internships, or had gone on for further study within six months of graduation.

Employment Locations

  • US: 14%
  • Non-US: 86%

Non-US Breakdown

  • Asia: 3%
  • Europe: 81%
  • Middle East: 7%
  • Africa: 3%
  • Latin America: 3%
  • Other: 3%

Sector Breakdown

  • Public: 12%
  • Private: 41%
  • Multilateral: 37%
  • Non-Profit: 10%

Select Employers

  • Austrian Development Agency
  • Brunswick Group
  • Climate Innovation Challenge
  • Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean (PAM)
  • Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
  • United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization
  • German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF)
  • Mercy Corps
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
  • NATO Parliamentary Assembly
  • Palladium
  • S&P Global
  • UN World Food Program
  • United Nations High Commissioner for Refugee

Based on results of a survey of students who graduated in August and December 2022 and May 2023. MAIA survey participation rate was 86%. Because insufficient compensation data was reported for this year, this information was not included for this degree program.

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