Established in alliance with the United Nations Association of the USA in 1997.
Affiliate Member of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs.
South Orange, New Jersey, suburban setting 30 minutes from New York City with semester program in the heart of Washington, D.C.
Undergraduate: 375 (Representing 31 U.S. states)
- Countries Represented: Approximately 30
- Full-time Faculty: 15
- Faculty Practitioners: 8
- Academic Programs: 16
- Center for Global Health Studies
- Center for Emerging Powers and Transnational Trends
- Center for Peace and Conflict Studies
- Center for UN and Global Governance Studies
Professional Development and Employment
- Internship partners: 600+ to date
- Annual number of professional development workshops and career sessions: 24
- Annual number of international leaders and influential policymakers hosted: 20
- Alumni employment:
- Graduate Alumni-40%, Private Sector, 22% Public Sector, 38% Nonprofit sector
- Undergraduate Alumni-30% Private Sector, 12.5% Public Sector, 35% Nonprofit Sector, 22.5% Pursuing Graduate Studies
Costs and Financial Aid
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- Scholarships available: Yes
- Graduate student scholarships and financial aid
- Undergraduate student scholarships and financial aid
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Seton Hall University
400 South Orange Avenue
South Orange, NJ 07079