Executive Master in International Studies
BUILDING CAREERS, POWERING MINDS
Earn an Executive Master in International Studies
Executive MIS for the Globe
Expand your career and workspace in the world with an Executive Master in International Studies completed in 10, 12 or 24 months. The Executive MIS is offered by the University of Washington’s Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, a leading institution of area studies that ranks among the top international program schools in the world, and is located in Seattle, a global center for trade, business and technology on the Pacific Rim. The Executive MIS welcomes working professionals, practitioners, entrepreneurs, advocates, thinkers and to those who predict the future by inventing it.
Earn an Executive MIS at a Leading World-Class University
The Jackson School, a globally recognized higher institution for international studies, features a diverse faculty with global expertise. Executive MIS graduates gain valuable knowledge of the globe, along with practical skills, intellectual enrichment, and professional connections through its enriching curriculum. By integrating a hands-on experience with the latest research and theory from the Jackson School’s world-renowned faculty, Executive MIS graduates become change agents to the globe.
Connect to Thought Leaders in a Pioneering Global City
The UW occupies an important part of Seattle, a hub of technology, science, and innovation represented by our Civic Council. Council members, from Microsoft, Boeing, Starbucks, PATH, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and others, bring expertise and experiences to special student talks, field trips, simulations, and group projects, while offering networking opportunities and career advice.
Declaration of Principles
We grow student learning and help build meaningful careers. Our degree expands dignity, imagination, and discovery. Humility is strength. Work is sacred and advances lives. Earth first. Democracy at home, work, school, and community unleashes human creativity and bonding. Real change, one day at a time. “Cogitare et sperare” (think and hope).
January 31, 2023
Priority application deadline for autumn 2023 start
June 1, 2023
Applications due for autumn 2023 start
October 15, 2023
Application deadline for winter 2024 start
On a space-available basis, applications accepted between January 31 and June 1, 2023 for autumn start
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