“The MAGR degree has given me a better understanding of the factors that drive global economies and ability to analyze the emerging threats facing both individual actors and the world.”
“Johns Hopkins SAIS was the only Washington, DC school and one of the few in the country to offer Hindi/Urdu as a language option.”
“Diverse backgrounds and experiences are critical to sharing knowledge and producing innovative ideas on how to solve the innumerable challenges facing the global community today.”
A team of students from Johns Hopkins SAIS take first place in the 2016 Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition at Duke University.
“With a global network of more than 18,000 helpful alumni, I can continue making valuable connections during my studies and in my career.”
Jessica Fanzo, the Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Ethics and Global Food and Agriculture and Director of the Global Food Ethics and Policy Program at the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics and SAIS, has […]
“I am excited to see how different countries will evolve over the next decade and would like to play a role in advancing the development of Botswana and Africa.”