MPPGA

The Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs (MPPGA) Co-op Program allows MPPGA graduate students to acquire practical, paid work experience specific to policy-related professions as a compliment to their classroom learning.

Work placements occur during the summer between the 1st and 2nd years of the MPPGA program. Co-op graduates will be well prepared, academically and professionally, for their future careers as policy practitioners in diverse sectors around the world.

Read more about how the Co-op Program works and find answers to questions related to:

How Co-op Works

  • What is the timeline for MPPGA Co-op?
  • What kind of work environment can I expect?
  • How much can I expect to make on my co-op term?
  • What are the fees I have to pay upon acceptance?

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Employers & Roles

  • What types of jobs do MPPGA co-op students perform?
  • Where might I be working?

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Apply for Co-op

  • Am I eligible for MPPGA Co-op?
  • When is the application deadline?
  • How does the admission process work?

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