www.peacecorps.gov/masters800.424.8580, ext. 1812 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Peace Corps Master’s International (MI) program is in partnership with more than
different graduate degrees. The Master’s International program is highly attractive to individuals who areinterested in combining graduate study and Peace Corps Volunteer service in scarce skill areas, including Agriculture,Business Development, Education, Environment/Natural Resources, and Public Health.
Potential students apply to the Peace Corpsand graduate school at the same time:
Generally, students complete one year of graduateschool, 27 months of Peace Corps service, and thenreturn to the university to complete degree requirements.Schools provide both academic credit for Peace Corpsservice and financial assistance to program participants.
Master’s International offers students anopportunity:
To receive foreign language, cross-cultural, and technicaltraining in an overseas setting; To apply knowledge learned from graduate study; To earn degree credit and financial support for graduatestudy; and To gain experience in the international developmentarena.
Master’s International offers universities anopportunity:
To provide graduate students with low-cost,professionally relevant field experience in an internationalsetting; To offer both students and faculty advisors opportunitiesin overseas environments with new research interests; To enhance recruitment strategies by attracting high-achieving, motivated students; and To advance institutional initiatives in global andexperiential education