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School of International Studies
209.946.2650
DirectorSIS@Pacific.edu
George Wilson Hall
Kathleen Hastings
Coordinator
School of International Studies
George Wilson Hall
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, California 95211
khastings@pacific.edu

Graduate School


David Allen and Joe Styers Fulbright ScholarsSIS alumni have earned prestigious awards and fellowships such as Fulbright, CLS, and Boren Scholarships, and have been accepted into some of the most prestigious graduate programs in the world. SIS graduates are studying at the London School of Economics; Yale University;  University of California, Santa Barbara; Hastings Law School; University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Johns Hopkins, School of Advanced International Studies; the Monterey Institute of International Studies and others.

 

Left: 2011 SIS graduates, David Allen and Joseph Styers were awarded Fulbright Scholarships

Fulbright and Critical Language Scholarships are both supported by the U.S. State Department. The Fulbright program, named after U.S. Sen. J. William Fulbright, works to foster international understanding with exchanges in all endeavors, such as the sciences, business, academe, public service, government, and the arts, for recent college graduates, graduate students, and faculty. Each year, more than 800 U.S. citizens in the Fulbright program teach, conduct research or provide expertise abroad. CLS is a cultural and education exchange program that allows 600 U.S. undergraduates and graduating seniors to take part in intensive language study abroad and is one of the most competitive scholarships in the United States. Boren Scholarships and Fellowships provide unique funding opportunities for U.S. undergraduate and graduate students to add an important international and language component to their educations. The Boren fellowships focus on geographic areas, languages, and fields of study that are critical to U.S. interests and underrepresented in study abroad.

Monterey Institute of International Studies

The School of International Studies, in collaboration with The Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (MIIS), offers students the opportunity to pursue a master's degree in Public Administration, International Policy and Development orNonproliferation and Terrorism Studies. This accelerated degree is designed to be completed within 18 months of entering, which is 1 semester earlier than the usual time required to complete a master's degree. See flow chart of the MOU for Academic Cooperation here.




Admissions Requirements 
Candidates may apply for the master's programs as they near completion of the required courses at Pacific. MIIS welcomes applications form all Pacific alumni, but for consideration for an accelerated entry program in particular, these conditions apply: 
1) All applicants must compete the coursework in the designated majors (International Relations, Global Studies, International Affairs & Commerce or Development & Cultural Change) within the prior 5 years of beginning the accelerated entry program.2) Grades in all major courses must be a B or better.3) Applicants must have relevant professional, internship, volunteer or abroad experience.4) Support from the Director of International Studies at Pacific.Application Process. Please visit go.miis.edu/apply for information excellence at the University of the Pacific as indicated by overall GPA, GPA in those courses relevant to a specific degree program, and other academic work indicating an ability to succeed at the graduate level.

Application Fee Waiver.  Applicants from this program may receive an application fee waiver by visiting go.miis.edu/partner

Scholarship. To help defray tuition costs, admitted Pacific alumni will automatically receive a minimum scholarship of $10,000 per academic year when enrolling in any master's program at MIIS. Exceptional candidates may receive additional merit scholarship funds.

For more information, contact:Mary-Lou Tyler mtyler@pacific.edu, School of International Studies, University of the Pacific, 209.946.2650

Jill Stoffers, jill.stoffers@miis.edu, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, 831.647.6571