The School of International Relations and Pacific Studies is internationally recognized for its excellence, and a key reason for our growing distinction is our ability to attract the best graduate students from across the globe.
Dean's FellowsIR/PS students receive recognition for their achievements in academics, leadership, citizenship, and regional involvement through nomination for the Dean's Fellows program.
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Robertson FellowsThe Robertson Fellows Program awards full financial support through a generous pledge from the Robertson Fund for Government (RFFG) to cover expenses for outstanding students to complete their master's degrees at IR/PS. Fellows are students who demonstrate proficiency in a foreign language pledge to work for the federal government for at least three of the first five years after graduation.
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Sylff FellowsThe Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund (Sylff) program was designed to support graduate students studying in the humanities and social sciences fields at 69 universities in 44 countries.
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