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Top Colleges And Universities To Study International Relations: Foreign Policy 2018 Rankings

Are you planning a career in international relations? Want to help shape the future of national or international policy? Start out by studying at one of the world’s best institutions for politics and international studies, as highlighted in the Foreign Policy magazine’s best international relations schools in the world for 2018.

The Harvard University was listed 1st for the “Top U. S. Undergraduate Institutions to Study International Relations,” and 2nd for the “Top Master’s Programs for Policy Career in International Relations

Harvard’s PhD programme was also listed 1st for the “Top PhD Program for Academic Career in International Relations,” by the prestigious Foreign Policy magazine.

Responses from 1,541 International Relations scholars at U.S. colleges and universities determined rankings for their field’s leading Ph.D., terminal master’s, and undergraduate programs. The scholars were asked to list the top 5 institutions in each category.

Rankings: Top U. S. Undergraduate Institutions to Study International Relations

1. Harvard University
2. Princeton University
3. Stanford University
4. Georgetown University
5. Columbia University
6. Yale University
7. University of Chicago
8. George Washington University
9. American University
10. University of California—Berkeley
11. University of California—San Diego
12. Dartmouth College
13. Tufts University
14. University of Michigan
15. Johns Hopkins University
16. College of William & Mary
17. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
18. Cornell University
19. University of Pennsylvania
19. Ohio State University4
21. Williams College
22. Brown University
23. University of Virginia
24. Swarthmore College
24. University of California—Los Angeles
26. Duke University
27. New York University
28. Middlebury College
29. University of Denver
30. University of Southern California
30. Wellesley College
32. University of Notre Dame
33. Pomona College
34. University of Texas—Austin
34. University of Wisconsin
36. University of Washington
37. Amherst College
37. Macalester College
37. University of Minnesota
40. Syracuse University
41. Boston University
42. Brigham Young University
42. Michigan State Univeristy
42. University of Florida
42. Vassar College
46. Claremont McKenna College
46. Emory University
46. London School of Economic
46. University of North Carolina—Chapel Hil
50. Oberlin College0
50. Pennsylvania State University—University Park
50. University of Colorado

Rankings: Top Master’s Programs for Policy Career in International Relations

1. Georgetown University
2. Harvard University
3. Johns Hopkins University
4. Princeton University
5. Columbia University
6. Tufts University
7. George Washington University
8. American University
9. London School of Economics
10. University of Chicago
11. Stanford University
12. University of Oxford
13. Yale University
14. University of Denver
15. University of California—San Diego
16. Syracuse University
17. University of Cambridge
18. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
18. University of Michigan
20. University of California—Berkeley
20. University of Pittsburgh
22. New York University
22. Sciences Po—Paris
24. Duke University
25. School of Oriental and African Studies
26. King’s College London
26. Texas A&M University
28. Cornell University
29. University of Virginia
29. Graduate Inst. of Int’l and Dev. Studies
31. University of California—Los Angeles
31. University of Texas1. 01%
33. Middlebury Institute of Int’l Studies at Monterey
33. University of Sussex0. 88%
33. University of Washington
36. Carleton University
36. George Mason University
36. University of St. Andrews
39. Florida International University
39. Indiana University
39. University of Maryland
39. University of Notre Dame
39. Ohio State University
44. Aberystwyth University
44. Arizona State University
44. Boston University
44. Georgia Institute of Technology
44. Northeastern University
44. University of Kent
44. University of Southern California
44. University of Toronto—Downtown Toronto

Rankings: Top Ph. D. Programs for Academic Career in International Relations

1. Harvard University
2. Princeton University
3. Stanford University
4. Columbia University
5. University of Chicago
6. Yale University
7. University of California—San Diego2
8. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
9. University of Michigan
10. University of California—Berkeley
11. Georgetown University
12. University of Oxford
13. Cornell University
14. London School of Economics
15. Ohio State University
16. Johns Hopkins University
17. George Washington University
18. University of Cambridge
19. American University
20. Duke University
21. New York University
22. Tufts University
22. University of Minnesota
24. University of Wisconsin—Madison
25. University of California—Los Angeles
26. University of Rochester
27. University of Pennsylvania
28. Brown University
29. Emory University
29. University of Texas
31. University of Virginia
32. Aberystwyth University
32. Pennsylvania State University
34. University of Denver
35. Northwestern University
35. School of Oriental and African Studies
35. University of Maryland
35. University of Sussex
35. Sciences Po—Paris
40. Texas A&M University
40. University of Southern California
40. University of Washington
43. Australian National University
43. King’s College London
43. Syracuse University
43. University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill
47. George Mason University
47. Rice University0. 36%
47. University of Arizona
47. University of Edinburgh
47. University of Georgia
47. University of Iowa
47. University of Toronto—Downtown Toronto
47. Graduate Institute of Intl. and Development Studies

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