Somehow I find myself more than halfway through the academic year with barely a mention of Fletcher’s three new study options. I did write earlier in the fall about one of the programs, then called the MTA — which was in the process of development even as we launched it in September — but it has taken me longer to catch up with the other new programs. Here, then, is an update.
The Master of Arts in Transatlantic Affairs (now called the MATA) will be offered, starting in September 2017, jointly with the College of Europe in Belgium. It will enable students to pursue a degree by splitting their time between the two campuses, and there is an internship component. You might have questions. So did we! And here they are, with answers. I’ve so far read a total of one MATA application, but more are in store for me.
Next up is a PhD in Economics and Public Policy, offered cooperatively by Fletcher and the Tufts University Department of Economics. The goal is for five students to enter the program each year, with the first students starting their studies in September 2017. Applications will be submitted to the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, which will award the ultimate degrees.
And last, a new LLM dual-degree program with the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland will give students the opportunity to earn both a Master of Laws in International Law (LLM) from Fletcher and a Master in International Law from St. Gallen after 18 months to two years of study.
All three of the programs are profiled in this Tufts Now article.
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