The Josef Korbel School of International Studies is one of the world's leading schools for the study of international relations.
- A 2015 survey conducted by The College of William and Mary's Institute for the Theory and Practice of International Relations and published in Foreign Policy magazine, ranked our master's degrees #11 in the world for graduate programs in international affairs.
- The Josef Korbel School offers a Bachelor of Arts degree program in International Studies; a Dual BA/MA program; 7 Master of Arts degree programs; a Master of Public Policy degree; and a PhD degree program in International Studies.
- Currently, the Josef Korbel School has approximately 400 undergraduate majors, 450 MA students and 32 PhD students/candidates.
- Each fall, we bring in a class of about 65 BA students, 200 MA students and 4 PhD students.
- The average age of our graduate students is 25 years.
- Students at the Josef Korbel School hail from over 30 countries.
- The Josef Korbel School has an approximate 18:1 student/faculty ratio.
- The average Josef Korbel School class size is 30 students per undergraduate class and 22 students per graduate class.
- The Josef Korbel School houses 13 academic centers and 18 student organizations.
- Noteworthy alumni of the Josef Korbel School include:
› Condoleezza Rice: 66th United States Secretary of State
› Mohammad Javad Zarif: Iranian Foreign Minister
› General George W. Casey, Jr., 36th Chief of Staff of the United States Army
› Heraldo Muñoz: Minister of Foreign Affairs of Chile
› Cindy Courville: First U.S. Ambassador to the African Union (2006-08)