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Why choose Stanford for International Policy?
About The Program
Capstone: Policy Change Studio
Second-year students work in teams to tackle international policy challenges and develop solutions for the real world.
Students interact with faculty in the classroom and in one-on-one advising sessions. Additionally, opportunities exist for research and teaching assistantships.
Each student works with three professional advisors: a faculty advisor, an academic advisor, and a career advisor.
Summer Internship Placement and Funding
MIP staff facilitates the first-year internship search by providing support and funding.
Funding and Financial Aid
Ford Dorsey and FSI Fellowships are offered to a limited number of incoming students.