The School of Diplomacy and International Relations will be hosting a graduate open house this Saturday, November 4 from noon – 3 p.m. at McQuaid Hall on Seton Hall's South Orange Campus. The event features a 2-part program focusing on graduate programs and career opportunities in the field of international affairs.
"We are excited to welcome a new group of prospective graduate students to our campus for this important event," notes Andrea Bartoli, dean of the School of Diplomacy. "Diplomacy's Graduate Open House is truly an opportunity learn what we are about and to get a feel for the people who make this community so vital. We hope it will give soon-to-be graduate students a sense of the wonderful things that are happening here and the many ways they can engage with our community and with the learning needed to launch rewarding careers in the field of international relations."
The Director of Graduate Admissions and current students will share a comprehensive overview of the School's graduate options, related careers, international seminars, scholarships and more.
During the 2nd part of the program, participants will hear from the Director of Internships and Career Development and from alumni who will elaborate on how the School's graduate programs translate to the field.
Campus tours will be led by current students. Lunch will be provided.
To RSVP, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 973-275-2514.