Globalingo (MA)

Earn your master's degree from Webster University by studying on three continents – Europe, Asia, and
North
America!

We are pleased to introduce our new Global Master Raul & Tigerof Arts in
International Nongovernmental Organizations (GMAINGO)
– a professional degree program in which students learn practical
skills that will better market them to work for and with international nongovernmental organizations. Our unique curriculum, designed in consultation with employers, includes classes on practical topics
such as grant writing, fundraising, negotiation, project management
and research methods – all necessary, practical skills for working at
an NGO.


The GMAINGO program is 11 months and provides full-time graduate students an opportunity to live, learn, and study at five of Webster's campuses: Bangkok, Thailand; London, England; Leiden, the Netherlands; Geneva, Switzerland; and Washington, D.C.

These locations are part of Webster's distinctive global network of campuses spanning the U.S., Europe, and Asia. Webster's international studies programs are recognized for excellence by U.S. News & World Report.

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All courses are taught in English, and our experienced staff assists you in coordinating your housing needs.

Points of Distinction  

  • This one-of-a-kind program offers students the chance to earn a master's degree on multiple continents in just 11 months.
  • Faculty are experts in many facets of international relations and INGOs.
  • All courses are taught in English.
  • Students experience unique immersion opportunities as a part of the Professional Seminar, such as visits to the United Nations, OPEC, European Parliament, World Trade Organization, International Committee for the Red Cross, and International Court of Justice.
  • Students reap the benefits of a one-year membership to Chatham House, a world-renowned think tank based in London.
  • Students can become a Regent's College School of Psychotherapy and Counseling Psychology Accredited Mediator as a part of the Principles of Negotiation course in London.
  • Students have the opportunity to earn academic credit for an internship during the final 8-week term.
  • Webster arranges housing accommodations for all Global MA students and housing during each eight-week term of study is included in the program cost.

Contact:

Office of Admission
470 E. Lockwood Ave.
St. Louis, MO  63119

314-246-8239 or 1-800-753-6765
gadmit@webster.edu