Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Master of Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy (Columbia University)
Almost 700 people have graduated from this program and they are now leading professionals in business, government and civil society Students study at both Columbia’s School of International and Public affairs – one of the world’s premier academic institutions – and in the Earth Institute, a university-wide research center that takes an interdisciplinary approach to addressing the world’s most important sustainability issues.
All students who apply by November 1, 2015 – the early decision application deadline – are eligible for the Dean’s Fellowship – a full tuition grant and internship – and for numerous other partial fellowships. The final application deadline is February 15, 2016.
Every year, the school hosts information sessions both online and on campus. We also welcome campus visits from prospective students.To arrange a visit to Columbia University or to connect with faculty and students, please contact Sarah Tweedie (email@example.com)
Students may learn about the program at the following sessions
MPA ESP Online Information Session Tuesday, October 6 12pm-1pm ET
MPA ESP Online Information Session Thursday, October 29 3pm-4pm ET
MPA ESP Online Information Session Friday, November 13 10am-11am ET
MPA ESP Campus Information Session Wednesday, December 2 6pm-8pm ET 1512 International Affairs Building (420 West 118th Street, New York, NY 10027)
MPA ESP Online Information Session Monday, January 11 3pm-4pm ET
MPA ESP Online Information Session Monday, February 1 1pm-2pm ET
MPA ESP Online Information Session Tuesday, February 9 10am-11am ET
For more information or to RSVP click here.
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Posted by Richard Matthews