Yale’s cooperative agreement with the Graduate Institute Geneva allows graduating Yale seniors to complete a master’s degree at the Graduate Institute in one year.
Yale has a cooperative agreement with the Graduate Institute Geneva that allows graduating Yale seniors to complete a master’s degree at the Graduate Institute in one year after completing a bachelor’s degree in Global Affairs at the Jackson Institute. More information about the program can be found here.
Students selected for this program will enroll in the Graduate Institute after having completed their four-year bachelor program at Yale. They will spend a fifth year of studies at the Graduate Institute in order to complete their master’s degree.
This program is ideal for Yale students who intend to pursue careers in international affairs/development studies, particularly in government agencies, public corporations, economic and development institutions, and related consulting organizations.
The Graduate Institute offers the following M.A. program options:
- Interdisciplinary Masters: Master in International Affairs, Master in Development Studies
- Master in International History
- Master in International Relations/Political Science
About the Graduate Institute Geneva
The Graduate Institute is an institution of research and higher education. Selective and cosmopolitan, it is located in the heart of international Geneva and specializes in the study of the major global, international and transnational challenges facing the contemporary world. It also offers professional development programs and expertise to international actors from the public, private and non-profit sectors.
The Graduate Institute’s history dates back to 1927, the time of the League of Nations, when it was created as the first institution in the world dedicated entirely to the study of international affairs.
How to Apply
General information about the application process can be found here. The application deadline is January 15.
Yale students: please use this link to apply
Questions may be directed to Lily Sutton, director of student affairs at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, or to the contact below.
Students will be responsible for submitting all application materials directly to the Graduate Institute Geneva.
Admissions decisions will be announced in mid-March.
Students may apply to the Institute for financial aid at the time of application and will receive more information in mid-May.
Head of International Programs, Deputy Head of Student Services
Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva
Director of Students Affairs
Jackson Institute for Global Affairs