Each year, up to four students, who are nominated by PUC-Rio, will be able to spend their first year there working towards a Master in International Relations from the Institute of International Relations (IRI/PUC-Rio) before transferring to the Graduate Institute.
At the Institute, they will spend the next two years working towards an Interdisciplinary Master in International and Development Studies. MA theses will be co-directed by a professor from both the Graduate Institute and IRI.
This master programme is ideal for MAPI students interested in pursuing careers in international affairs/development studies within government agencies, public corporations, economic and development institutions and related consulting organisations.
HOW IT WORKS
The programme is open to students enrolled at the MAPI programme, nominated by IRI/PUC-Rio. Students nominated by IRI/PUC-Rio should have completed at least the equivalent of 180 ECTA at PUC-Rio before they enrol at the Graduate Institute.
At the Graduate Institute, participants will join the Master in International and Development Studies programme
Students will have the opportunity to take a French language course beginning in August before fall classes begin on 15 September.