UC San Diego

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The UC San Diego School of Global Policy and Strategy (GPS) combines expertise on policy, economics and strategy in a Pacific and global context.

Leveraging UC San Diego’s renowned research and programs in science and technology, GPS students learn how to create global policy recommendations on climate change, trade, poverty, human rights and many of today’s other pressing challenges.

GPS graduates assume positions of leadership in business, governments and nonprofits in more than 80 countries across the globe. The School’s rigorous core curriculum equips graduates with a versatility that facilitates employment in a range of industries—from Google and Tesla Motors to the U.S. Foreign Service, United Nations and development nonprofits working in the field.

Located in San Diego, California, a hub for emerging technology and innovation at the crossroads of Asia and the Americas, GPS is strategically positioned to address 21st century global policy.

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La Jolla, CA
Phone
+1 858 361 3596
Website
http://gps.ucsd.edu/
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Snapshot
Incoming class:
170
Average GPA:
3.5
% International:
50%
Employment Sectors:
55% Private, 25% Public, 20% Nonprofit
Degrees Offered:
Master of International Affairs
Master of Public Policy
Master of Chinese Economic and Political Affairs
Master of Advanced Studies in International Affairs (executive degree)
Ph.D. in Political Science and International Affairs
Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Master of Public Policy (UC San Diego undergraduates only)
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