Alex Nagy's blog relates his experiences at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana, this fall
We offer exciting and career-focused opportunities that can help you define and achieve your goals pursuant to international affairs and national security. Among academic and co-curricular opportunities, our students are involved in:
- Leading Internships, Fellowships, Study Programs: Our faculty are knowledgeable and well connected in the field to assist you in pursuing competitive programs that will give you an edge for graduate school and employment.
- Real-World Research: Overseas study, on-campus and off-campus research opportunities are an important part of our program. Research initiatives are available year-round.
- Model United Nations: Over the years, our team and individual members have won every award at Harvard Model UN, Model NATO, Model AU, and LEIMUN, including Best Delegation.
- Language Across Curriculum (LAC): Preparing students for a cross-cultural and multilingual job market, LAC helps students integrate their knowledge of a foreign language with academic disciplines across campus as a way to build valuable skills and enrich learning.
- Study Abroad/Explorations: Spend a semester in Washington, D.C., or chose one of our other program options offering learning-focused studies that will enrich your college experience.
- Networking with Career Professionals: Our Advisory Committee consists of national and international leaders available to talk with you about a career in politics, policy, government, law, and the foreign service, or about attending graduate or law school.
- Leadership Programs and Recognitions: Whether it is through Sigma Iota Rho, student government, Honors Program or other academic and co-curricular activities, our students are high-achieving BW leaders. At the campus awards program Ovation and at other recognitions, international studies students repeatedly receive top honors.