- Annual Enrollment:
- 80-90 (MGA), 80-90 (MPP)
- Average Cumulative GPA:
- % International:
- 40% (MGA), 9% (MPP)
- %US-born students of color:
- Employment Sectors
- MGA: 50% private; 33% public, 14% non-profit, 3% other MPP: 63.6% public; 14.8% private; 12.7% non-profit; 9% other
- MGA: https://munkschool.utoronto.ca/mga/fees-and-financial-aid/fees-and-financial-aid
- MPP: https://munkschool.utoronto.ca/publicpolicy/programs/master-of-public-policy-program/fees-financial-aid/
- Degrees Offered:
- Master of Global Affairs; Master of Public Policy; dual degrees with the London School of Economics (MGA/MPA), Sciences Po in Paris (MGA/MPP) and the Hertie School of Government in Berlin (MGA/MIA); joint degree programs (MGA/JD, MGA/MBA, MPP/JD) with the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law and Rotman School of Management; Master of Arts in European and Russian Affairs
The Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy is a leader in interdisciplinary research, teaching, and public engagement. Based at the University of Toronto, Canada’s top-ranked university and a leading global research institution, the Munk School is home to more than 200 affiliated faculty and over 40 centres, research labs and teaching programs.
In Canada and internationally, the Munk School is known as a hub for research leadership, dialogue, and debate. From the Citizen Lab’s work to investigate and expose digital espionage against civil society to the Innovation Policy Lab’s efforts to build a more sustainable, inclusive economy, the School’s expert faculty are leading important conversations on everything from cybersecurity and human rights to innovation policy and global justice.
In addition to rigorous coursework, our professional Master of Global Affairs (MGA) and Master of Public Policy (MPP) programs offer students the opportunity to participate in student leadership initiatives, gain hands-on work experience and tap into a global network of alumni and practitioners. Students participate in a 10-12 week internship between first and second year, working with governments, UN agencies, international organizations, consulting firms, think tanks, non-profit organizations and the private sector.
In the second year, MGA and MPP students take part in the capstone course, a culminating project that ties all the foundational elements of the Munk School curriculum together. Under the supervision of a faculty member, students solve problems, apply their knowledge, and address the needs of real-world clients.
We offer combined and dual degree programs, international exchanges and have dedicated career service teams to prepare students for careers in Canada and around the globe.
Situated in the heart of downtown Toronto, one of the world’s most diverse cities, the Munk School is close to major attractions, cultural organizations, and employment opportunities in every sector.
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