McCourt trains our students to be global citizens. Through our international opportunities, you will gain important skills that you can apply in the professional world and throughout your life.
MPP/HEC Paris’ Masters in Management-Grande Ecole (MiM)
The MPP/MiM dual degree will provide an inter-disciplinary skill set, international educational experience, and an integrated work experience in both Europe and North America for professionals in the early stages of their careers.
MPM/Korean Development Institute School of Public Policy’s Global Masters Program (GMP)
The MPM-GMP is targeted towards Korean public administration and public policy professionals in the “early-middle” stage of their careers, usually with between five and ten years of work experience.
MPP/HEC Paris’ Masters in Science for Sustainability & Social Innovation (SASI)
The MPP/M.Sc. dual degree will provide multi-disciplinary training in public policy, business and social innovation, international educational experience, and potential work experience in both Europe and North America for professionals in the early stages of their careers.
Study Abroad Locations
Hertie School of Governance – Berlin, Germany
MPP full-time students have the opportunity to spend their third semester in Berlin. All courses are taught in English. Students who complete this program will earn 9-12 credits towards their degree.
Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy – Singapore
MPP full-time students have the opportunity to spend their third semester in Singapore. All courses are taught in English. Students who complete this program will earn 9-12 credits towards their degree.
Classes and Student-Run Policy Trips
McCourt has provided immersion experiences for academic credit in Costa Rica and Ecuador. McCourt students also take the initiative to seek out international opportunities for themselves and for their fellow classmates. Students have led trips to Argentina, China, Dominican Republic, Israel, and Mexico.
McCourt Policy in Practice (MPiP)
MPiP is a student-led organization at the McCourt School that allows members to engage in an ongoing policy-learning experience. They have worked on sustainable development projects and impact evaluations in Honduras, Dominican Republic, and Guatemala.