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International Studies

International studies is a multidisciplinary field that arms you with a deeper understanding of how governments, law, politics, business, civil society, culture, science, and the environment relate on the international stage. Throughout your degree, you will study the relations between countries, regions, international organizations, and transnational networks.

Interested in international development? You can also explore disparities between countries and regions. This program will teach you the methods that non-governmental and international organizations use to find solutions to international problems.
Why International Studies at Glendon? ››


Careers & Alumni

With a degree in International Studies, Sarah Peek is now pursuing graduate studies in public administration and public policy.
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Many of our graduates have gone on to pursue graduate-level studies, and to prominent positions in the Canadian Foreign Service, law, journalism, business, and international organizations such as the United Nations.

International Studies Alumna (BA '01) Karen Foss was given a Bryden Award in 2013 for her accomplisments. More ››


Professors

Professor Stanislav Kirschbaum is an expert in the politics of Central Europe with a particular interest in Slovakia. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.


Students
NickNick is pursing International Studies at Glendon with complementary classes in Urban Studies at the Keele campus. He hopes to work overseas in a position that will allow him to get involved with city design and planning to move it in a sustainable direction.


NeenaNeena came to Glendon to major in International Studies as a mature student. She is part of the coordinator team for the 19th Annual International Studies Symposium, which is an academic conference that draws many distinguished speakers
ElizabethElizabeth lived on two continents before landing in Toronto to begin her iBA in International Studies at Glendon. She has since decided to take a semester abroad.
  Program Highlights

International Studies is available as a bilingual or trilingual international Bachelor of Arts.

Our annual award-winning International Symposium attracts high-profile guests from around the world. This year the focus is on The United States of America. More ››

Prepare for the reality of the work force and gain practical experience in the international environment through a professional internship. More ››

To stimulate research activities at the undergraduate level, the best student essays are selected each year and assembled as “The Glendon Journal of International Studies”.
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The annual John Holmes Memorial Lecture at Glendon honours the late John W. Holmes, O.C., Canadian diplomat, writer, administrator, and professor of International Relations at Glendon. More ››

The Edward R. and Caroline Appathurai Scholarships in International Studies were established in memory of Professor Edward Appathurai. More ››

Get involved in one or more of our many student clubs to complement your in-class experience, including the International Studies Student Association and the United Nations Club.

The annual Jean-Gabriel Castel lecture was created in 2004 to honour Professor Jean-Gabriel Castel, an internationally acknowledged jurist. More ››


In the News

Fullbright Canada reviews Glendon's 2014 International Symposium - "The United States of America: the Neighbour You Don't Know"

Glendon School of Public and International Affairs Signs Partnership with the Office Of The French Language Services Commissioner

Glendon Participant Wins Best Delegate Award at Model United Nations

“Across Borders: Diverse Perspectives on Mexico” - A student-produced book publishes the presentations of some of the most distinguished specialists on Mexico following an entirely student-run conference

 


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Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) Code
BA: YGI
iBA: YGG
iBA Trilingual: YGH (Upper-year entry)