I was very impressed by the small size of the program, which helps create a sense of community. Professors are available and dedicated to their students. MSFS is not an industry that produces hundreds of graduates, it is a small-scale operation that draws on the resource of the largest school of foreign service in the US to train a diverse, open-minded, and dynamic student body to serve in government, work for big firms, or enter the non-profit sector. MSFS students do not suffer from segregation by specialization. Whether you focus on international security or on investment banking, you will always interact with the whole student body.View more profiles...
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