A leader in international affairs education
A 2012 survey conducted by The College of Williams and Mary's Institute for the Theory and Practice of International Relations, ranked our master degrees #11 in the world for graduate programs in international affairs.
Unique programs, beyond the Beltway perspective
The Josef Korbel School degree programs are distinctive because each emphasizes the impact of policy on human welfare, illuminating
the interconnectedness of our emerging global society. In consultation with faculty
advisers, students choose coursework to master core competencies and pursue specialized
fields of study. Dual degree programs, certificates and for-credit internships allow students to customize programs to meet specific interests and career objectives
while providing key links between theory and practice.
Join students who hail from more than 20 countries and provide diverse perspectives in the classroom. Our internationally respected faculty is committed to excellence in teaching, research and mentorship. Located in one of the most beautiful regions of the United States, the Josef Korbel School offers unparalleled opportunities for balancing the rigors of academia with an active lifestyle.
Our values reflect the University of Denver's broader commitment to internationalization and putting scholarship into practice for the global public good. Our school trains practical idealists who live their values in their actions while navigating the complex political, cultural and administrative realities of our globally interdependent world. The result is a dynamic, intellectually rigorous environment in which prospective leaders immerse themselves in experiential, policy-oriented research and learning. No wonder Josef Korbel School graduates are sought after by key employers around the world for their global, interdisciplinary perspective and sophisticated problem-solving skills.
Preparation for your career
A Josef Korbel School education lasts a lifetime. Our faculty and alumni are leaders in their respective fields who will share their connections to the public, private and nonprofit sectors with you. The Office of Career and Professional Development helps you achieve your academic, personal and professional goals by offering skill-building workshops, professional development programs and for-credit internships. You'll have numerous opportunities to meet with employers in the global job market.
Be part of our story
Learning about our school begins on this website. It tells the Josef Korbel School story with regard to our academic programs, talented faculty, campus life, career services and alumni--and the values that inform everything we do. Learn about the Josef Korbel School and the University of Denver by visiting our campus and meeting current students, faculty and staff.
Be part of our story. Take a moment to download our school and program viewbook and feel free to contact the Office of Graduate Admissions, firstname.lastname@example.org, 303.871.2544 to set up a visit or to have your questions answered.