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Foreign Policy Lists Korbel School as 2016 Leader in Higher Education

By Nathan Brown (MA International and Intercultural Communications '18)

DENVER—Dec. 9, 2016—Foreign Policy magazine recently profiled the Josef Korbel School of International Studies as one of the 2016 leaders in higher education.

The Korbel School's notable alumni, including Condoleezza Rice and Iranian Prime Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif, and our current leadership from four-time Ambassador Dean Christopher Hill, are highlighted in the magazine profile.

Additionally, the Korbel School has one of the largest student populations of returned Peace Corps Volunteers (Dean Hill was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Cameroon) and eight different MA degrees. Adding to its success as an institution of higher education are the Korbel School's numerous research centers and the fact that 95 percent of Korbel graduates are employed or furthering their education within a year of receiving their graduate degrees.

Read Foreign Policy's article here.

Founded in 1964, the Josef Korbel School of International Studies is one of the world's leading schools for the study of international relations. The School offers degree programs in international affairs and public policy and is named in honor of its founder and first dean, Josef Korbel. Follow the Korbel School on Facebook and Twitter.