Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs By Luis G.

Overview

In 1930, Princeton University established the School of Public and International Affairs, inspired by President's Wilson avid interest in foreign policy. He described the institution as "a place where men dedicated to public service could obtain the knowledge and skills needed to qualify them for careers in government service, international relations, and public affairs."

28th President of the United States (1913-1921)

About

  • MPA offers extensive preparation for international and domestic policy careers.
  • Coursework includes politics, economics, history, and policy implementation.
  • Four fields of concentration: International Relations, International Development, Domestic Policy, and Economics and Public Policy.
  • Faculty includes former White House Economic Advisers, chief economists at the Labor Department, and several ambassadors.
  • Opportunity to interact with key national and international policymakers.

My Background

  • I have lived in 5 countries.
  • I speak 3 languages (English is my third language).
  • I have always had an interest in politics, international affairs, economics, and history.
  • My dad is a diplomat and earned his MIA at Columbia.
  • I have not given up on politics and diplomacy.

Career Paths

  • Foreign Service Officer
  • Diplomat
  • Policy Adviser
  • Ambassador
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Luis Garcia
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