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Beyond The Classroom

Examining Policy Challenges First-Hand in Morocco

In October, students in the Master of Arts in Global Policy (MAGP) program traveled to Morocco where they conducted interviews and site visits for their individual capstone projects related to a wide range of global policy challenges.

Gaining Unique Perspectives Through a Historical Staff Ride

"I found the experience to be a much more personal and impactful way to learn about a battle than reading a history book."

In 48 Hours, Tackling Policy Challenges

The Master of Arts in Global Policy (MAGP) kicked off the academic year with its intensive International Policy Residency, featuring student teams preparing memos under the direction of former members of the US State Department's Policy Planning Staff.

2018 Social Enterprise Boot Camp

The second-annual Social Enterprise Boot Camp provided students with intensive trainings focused on enhancing skills essential for launching and leading a community project, non-profit or mission-driven business.

SAISLeads 2018

The week before the official start of the school year, Johns Hopkins SAIS hosted its annual SAISLeads retreat for second-year Master of Arts (MA) students who are interested in pursuing leadership roles during their graduate studies.

Faculty Ink

Take a look at the latest publications by the faculty of Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)

International Criminal Court Moot Team Competes in The Hague

After clinching the top spot in the Regional Round for the Americas and Caribbean, our student team went on to compete in the international rounds of the 2018 International Criminal Court (ICC) Moot Competition in The Hague, the Netherlands.

Examining Germany’s Geopolitics Through a Trip to Berlin

The school’s Berlin Trek over spring break gave students the opportunity to discuss German foreign policy with officials at the Chancellery, learn about geopolitics in the Western Balkans, and to hear perspectives from members of the Brandenburg state Parliament.

A Firsthand Experience in the U.S. Military from the 19th Century to Present

"Participating in the Maryland Campaign of 1862 Staff Ride was a rich learning experience and a sobering reminder of the costs of war."

Language Immersion in Myanmar

Student Tianlei Huang takes part in an intensive 60-hour Burmese language training program at the Decent Myanmar Training School in Yangon, Myanmar.