|Field of Study:||International Relations and Affairs
|Description:||An interdisciplinary program through the University of Waterloo, students in the Master of Arts in Global Governance examine the social, cultural, and political processes and relations involved in the management of global society that affect billions of ordinary lives around the world. Designed to be completed in sixteen months, the program typically consists of two terms of course work; a third term in which students complete a Major Research Paper (MRP) on a specific research topic of their choosing relating to the study of global governance; followed by a fourth term as an intern working on global governance issues in the public or private sector, a research institute or NGO. Students typically receive a CIGI Graduate Fellowship valued at $15,000, as well as additional university-based scholarships and funding. A new feature that was added in 2015, the UW-University of Warwick Double Degree program offers students the opportunity to combine the MAGG with their choice of one of eleven Masters programs offered by one of the UK’s top-rated Departments of Politics and International Studies.