Josef Korbel School of International Studies
Putting Knowledge to Practice Globally
The Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver is a leading school for the study of international relations and public policy. Our programs explore how social, environmental, political and economic intersections shape global affairs. Issue-driven and solution-oriented, we prepare the next generation of thinkers, do-ers and leaders to take on the great challenges of our time. Together, through scholarship, teaching and public engagement, we strive to create a safer, more equitable, democratic and sustainable world.
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#14 Our master's programs are top ranked in the world
12 Degree programs
95% Employment rate for grad students
Global citizen: Strategic visionary Caitlin Scott (MA ’11)Caitlin Scott knows the inner workings of Friendship Bridge, starting from the ground up. That’s because over the past 20 years, she has held many positions there, from volunteer and intern to chief strategy officer.
Faculty & Staff
Marie Berry Wins NSF CAREER Award for Justice and Human Rights WorkAs Marie Berry sees it, the global community sits at a precarious intersection of three dangerous threats: catastrophic climate change, challenges to democracy and rampant inequality.
In the World
Korbel School receives prestigious APSIA AwardThe Josef Korbel School of International Studies was honored to be the recipient of the Intersection Award for Linking Theory and Practice. The honor was part of a larger award series started this year by the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) to recognize outstanding achievements by member schools.