Keough School Master of Global Affairs - Application Deadline
The deadline is fast approaching to apply for the Keough School of Global Affairs Masters of Global Affairs program, which includes a sustainable development concentration that builds on the Kellogg Institute's programs and expertise. Generous financial support is available, including full-tuition scholarships and stipends for living expenses.
This two-year professional degree will prepare you for skilled, effective leadership and careers in government, nongovernmental and civil society organizations, and the private sector. The Master of Global Affairs integrates rigorous coursework, close engagement with policymakers, multi-disciplinary faculty and students from around the world, and extended field work through the Integration Lab (i-Lab) and partners — in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and Washington, DC — working to address global challenges.
- Learn more about the MGA curriculum here
- See this year's policy instructors here
- Meet the current MGA students here