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Developing Expertise in International Development

Zoe Rimba reflects on her experience pursuing a Certificate in International Development and what it is like to be a part of the Johns Hopkins SAIS community.

Building Commercial Diplomacy Skills Through an Internship in Shenyang, China

Jesse Adler, MA '20 reflects on his summer internship at the US Consulate General in Shenyang, China.

Transitioning into the Field of Economics and Energy Policy

Yu Cao, MA '20 talks about why the Energy, Resources and Environment program was the perfect fit for him.

Gaining Firsthand Expertise on Taiwan through the Johns Hopkins SAIS China Studies Internship Award

A recipient of the Johns Hopkins SAIS China Studies Internship Award, Jennifer Conrad, MA '20, reflects on her experience interning with the US Department of State's political section of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) in Taipei.

A Culturally Rich Education at SAIS Europe

"The international composition of the school has allowed me to engage with and learn from people of varying regions,cultures and backgrounds, an opportunity I am grateful to have been given."

Close-Knit Learning in the Heart of Europe

"I found a great sense of camaraderie among the students, as well as the faculty and staff, who went out of their way to get to know students and support them in their careers."

Developing Expertise on Africa

"I knew that I wanted to focus on Africa, and Johns Hopkins SAIS impressed me as one of the few schools that had a stand-alone African Studies program."

Gaining Expertise on the Political Economy

We sat down with Japan Studies PhD candidate Zongyuan Liu to talk about her research and teaching experience at Johns Hopkins SAIS.

A Personally Enriching Education

"I am constantly amazed by my fellow students, whose insights, work ethic, and sense of humor challenged and inspired me."

Developing In-Depth Insights on Japan

"The discussions with faculty during the school's Open House for Admitted Students further cemented my decision to attend the school."

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