The coterminal MA in International Policy (MIP) trains leaders who will influence policy in diplomacy, governance, cyber and international security, global health, and environmental policy. The MIP program combines a scholarly focus with practical training designed to prepare students for careers in public service and other settings where they can have an impact on international issues.
54 units are required for graduation:
More information is available in our Coterminal Program Brochure.
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Undergraduates at Stanford may apply for admission to the coterminal master's program in International Policy when they have earned a minimum of 120 units toward graduation, including advanced placement and transfer credit, and no later than the quarter prior to the expected completion of their undergraduate degree. Students must submit the Coterminal Online Application and apply during the same application cycle as external applicants. Please note that application to the MIP program is a competitive process.
In addition to the web-based application, coterminal applicants must submit the following supporting materials:
Note: The GRE exam is not required for coterminal applicants to the MIP program.
Applications must be filed together with supporting materials by 11:59 pm on Tuesday, January 11, 2022.
Isabelle was an undergraduate student at Stanford who applied for the MIP coterminal program in her junior year.