Graduates of the International Policy and Development (IPD) program pursue careers resolving conflicts, addressing human rights abuses, and promoting global development.
This information is compiled from surveys of the Classes of 2011–2016 and refers to the first job after graduation (unless otherwise stated).
Afghanistan; Argentina; Azerbaijan; Belize; China; El Salvador; Guatemala; Ireland; Israel; Kazakhstan; Myanmar [Burma]; Norway; Peru; Rwanda; Saudi Arabia; Sweden; Switzerland; Taiwan; Thailand; Uganda; United Kingdom; United States
Employment Status (One Year After Graduation, %)
Salary (U.S. BASED, EMPLOYED FULL TIME, Combined IPD and MPA)
“[The student] consistently went above and beyond to complete her assignments … preparing a complete two-day training … to accompany a new advocacy guide we were developing. [She] worked efficiently and was always prepared with materials. She took ownership of the project, often exploring new ideas on her own time. On numerous occasions, [she] would share a new idea she’d found by talking with professors, colleagues, etc.”
—International Professional Service Semester Supervisor, Mercy Corps
Secured Opportunity: 77%
Locations: Uganda, Denmark, Germany, Nepal, Rwanda, United States
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