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  • A - Z Index | SAIS
    R S T U V W X Y Z 11 Burmese Burmese is one of four Southeast Asian languages offered at SAIS It is offered at levels based on students needs and demands 12 Campus Operations and Technology We facilitate efficiency and efficacy for the SAIS customer through the strategic design and tactical implementation of integrated IT and Operational solutions 13 Career Services SAIS Career Services staff are here to help you identify your talents enhance your skills explore careers pursue job and internship opportunities and connect with alumni 14 Center for Canadian Studies Scholars and visiting policy makers at SAIS undertake research on policy questions involving Canada and Canada U S relations 15 Center for International Business and Public Policy The center serves as the focal point within SAIS for practical research and outreach activities that concentrate on the nexus of international business performance finance and public policy formulation 16 Certificates SAIS offers two non degree certificates for students and professionals seeking to expand on a chosen area of interest without pursuing a degree 17 Chinese The SAIS Chinese program offers language training with an emphasis on international studies Chinese classes are offered at every level from novice to advanced high 18 Christian Herter Society The Society is named in honor of SAIS co founder and former U S Secretary of State Christian A Herter Herter Society members are invited to special SAIS events throughout the year 19 Commencement The SAIS 2015 Commencement Ceremony will take place at D A R Constitution Hall on Thursday May 21 2015 at 3pm Please click the above link for more information on travel for the ceremony as well as videos and photos from past commencement ceremonies 20 Conflict Management The Conflict Management Program focuses on mechanisms for handling international conflict both between

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  • A - Z Index | SAIS
    H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 21 Diploma in International Studies Students who complete two semesters of full time study in Bologna eight non language courses plus a language requirement may receive a diploma certifying that accomplishment 22 Directions Directions to Johns Hopkins SAIS Washington DC campus 23 Doctor of Philosophy This full time program is for individuals who hold a Master and seek to become scholars as well as practitioners in international relations 24 Emerging Markets Specialization Requirements Students electing to complement their regional concentration with an Emerging Markets EM specialization must fulfill requirements from a regional program as well as take a course outside of their area of concentration and two economics courses 25 Energy Resources and Environment The Energy Resources and Environment ERE Program of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies is an interdisciplinary graduate program focused on developing innovative solutions to urgent global energy and environmental challenges 26 English The English Program at SAIS helps students excel in their SAIS courses as well as in their future careers in the professional field of International Relations 27 Executive Education Through customized executive seminars and degree programs SAIS Executive Education develops innovative thinkers and problem solvers equipped to deal with the challenges of today s rapidly transforming global economy 28 Facilities We facilitate efficiency and efficacy for the SAIS customer through the strategic design and tactical implementation of integrated IT and Operational solutions 29 Financial Aid Office The SAIS Financial Aid Office provides students with information and resources to assist with financing their education 30 French The French program provides students with a unique opportunity to engage in learning experiences that reflect authentic and purposeful uses of the language Pages first previous 2

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  • A - Z Index | SAIS
    You are here A Z Index A Z Index ALL A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 91 Tuition To help you in planning for the costs associated with your education and for the cost of attendance for the upcoming academic year 92 Vietnamese Vietnamese is one of four Southeast Asian languages offered at SAIS It is offered at levels based on students needs and demands 93 Visiting Scholars Visiting Scholars and Visiting Research Associates are sponsored by a program center or institute at SAIS and approved by the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Visiting Scholars are generally leading experts in their field of expertise who conduct advanced research at SAIS 94 Washington D C The city of Washington D C has traditionally acted as an extension of SAIS s main campus giving students access to the world s most influential individuals and institutions With proximity to power we are located on Massachusetts Avenue on Washington s Embassy Row in Dupont Circle Pages first previous 8 9 10 Hopkins Nanjing Center The Hopkins Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies HNC

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  • Academics
    is designed for experienced professionals who wish to develop advanced analytical and leadership skills Studying under world class scholars and practitioners students customize their course of study from an array of functional regional and economic course topics to advance their expertise and position themselves for continued professional success At a Glance Designed for experienced professionals with at least seven years of relevant work experience Completed full time over one academic year Offered at the SAIS DC and SAIS Europe Campuses Request a Brochure 1 Learn More 11 Doctor of Philosophy This full time program is for individuals who hold a Master and seek to become scholars as well as practitioners in international relations Each Ph D candidate works with a faculty adviser to design a unique academic and research plan to prepare for their dissertation Students develop a comprehensive understanding of qualitative and quantitative analytic skills international relations economics and regional studies At a Glance Each Ph D student works with a faculty adviser to plan a comprehensive curriculum Curriculum emphasizes qualitative and quantitative analytic skills Program requires passing three comprehensive exams Students write and defend a prospectus and dissertation Learn more about the Ph D program 12 HNC Certificate The Hopkins Nanjing Center HNC awards a graduate certificate in Chinese and American Studies to international students who attend the HNC for one academic year and take a minimum of six academic courses in Chinese Many choose to take additional classes each semester in English resulting in a mix of international and Chinese students in a given class At a Glance Prior Chinese proficiency at the intermediate to advanced level required Offered only at the Hopkins Nanjing Center Awarded jointly by SAIS and Nanjing University Learn more 13 HNC Certificate SAIS MA Students who meet admissions requirements for both the HNC and SAIS complete two semesters in Nanjing and receive a Certificate in Chinese and American Studies followed by two to three semesters at SAIS s Washington M A program Through these joint programs students can apply their regional and linguistic skills to the broader study of international relations or business Note An offer of admission to either the Hopkins Nanjing Center or to SAIS does not constitute admission to the other institution At a Glance Prior Chinese proficiency at the intermediate to advanced level required Emphasizes international economics global themes world regions and languages Combined study in both Nanjing and Washington DC Learn more 14 Dual Degree and Cooperative Programs To enhance their graduate education and professional opportunities some SAIS students pursue dual degree or cooperative programs in business law public administration public health public policy and international diplomacy SAIS offers partnerships with leading graduate schools in the United States and around the globe Students may create an ad hoc dual degree program of study non formal program with other prominent universities Proposals for ad hoc dual degrees are possible but must be approved by the Office of Academic Affairs NOTE Only top ranked professional schools will be considered for ad hoc dual degrees To be admitted to any of the dual degree programs students must apply to and be accepted by both schools independently To start your SAIS Master of Arts application click here 15 For those accepted to a dual degree program SAIS reduces the number of required courses from 16 to 12 in recognition of course work taken at another approved school Students in the dual degree program receive a quarter semester of advanced standing at each school allowing them to complete the two degrees in one year less than traditionally required Voices of SAIS 16 Dual Degree Options Global Business M A M B A with the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania 17 M A M B A with the Tuck School at Dartmouth College 18 M A M B A with INSEAD in France and Singapore 19 Global Health M A M S P H with the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health 20 International Law M A J D with Stanford University Law School 21 M A J D with the University of Virginia School of Law 22 International Relations M A M L with Department of International Relations at Tsinghua University 23 Public Policy M A M P A with the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs of Syracuse University 24 Cooperative Degree Programs SAIS Europe offers cooperative two year degree programs with leading European universities for students in the Bologna based Master of Arts in International Affairs M A I A 25 program Students may begin their course of study at either institution earning a Diploma or Master s degree from both Cooperative degree candidates satisfy SAIS Europe s prerequisites in economics and languages and write an original 20 000 word thesis Students apply to both institutions Please contact the SAIS Europe Admissions Office 26 for more information Institut d études politiques de Lille Sciences Po Lille France 27 Students who are pursuing their first year of study for the Master s cycle at Lille can apply to SAIS Europe in Bologna for a second year of study Upon successful completion of their second year at SAIS Europe students will earn both a Master s degree from Sciences Po and Master of Arts in International Affairs M A I A from SAIS Students who begin at SAIS Europe will earn the Bologna Diploma and then go on to pursue a Master s at Sciences Po Lille Diplomatic Academy of Vienna Austria 28 Students who begin the program in Vienna can apply to spend their second year of study in Bologna at SAIS Europe Upon successful completion of study students earn a M A I A from SAIS Students who begin their first year of study at SAIS Europe can spend their second year at the Diplomatic Academy Upon successful completion of their second year in Vienna students earn both a Master of Advanced International Studies M A I S from the Diplomatic Academy and a Bologna

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  • Master of Arts in International Affairs | SAIS
    at SAIS Bologna Arabic French German Italian Portuguese Russian Spanish Cooperative Degree Programs SAIS Europe offers cooperative two year degree programs with leading European universities Students may begin their course of study at either institution earning a Diploma or Master s degree from both Cooperative degree candidates satisfy SAIS Europe s prerequisites in economics and languages and write an original 20 000 word thesis Students apply to both institutions Institut d études politiques de Lille Sciences Po Lille France Students who are pursuing their first year of study for the Master s cycle at Lille can apply to SAIS Europe in Bologna for a second year of study Upon successful completion of their second year at SAIS Europe students will earn both a Master s degree from Sciences Po and Master of Arts in International Affairs M A I A from SAIS Students who begin at SAIS Europe will earn the Bologna Diploma and then go on to pursue a Master s at Sciences Po Lille Diplomatic Academy of Vienna Austria Students who begin the program in Vienna can apply to spend their second year of study in Bologna at SAIS Europe Upon successful completion of study students earn a M A I A from SAIS Students who begin their first year of study at SAIS Europe can spend their second year at the Diplomatic Academy Upon successful completion of their second year in Vienna students earn both a Master of Advanced International Studies M A I S from the Diplomatic Academy and a Bologna Diploma University of Leiden the Netherlands Students who are pursuing their first year of Master s study at Leiden can apply to SAIS Europe in Bologna for a second year of study Upon successful completion of their second year at SAIS Europe students will earn both a Master of Arts in International Relations Humanities from the University of Leiden and a M A I A from SAIS Students who begin at SAIS Europe will earn the Bologna Diploma and then go on to pursue a M A in International Relations at the University of Leiden University of Bologna Italy SAIS Europe offers four two year cooperative degree programs with the University of Bologna at campuses in Bologna Forlì and Rimini Facoltà di Scienze Politiche Bologna and Forlì Students who begin the program at the University of Bologna and complete their second year at SAIS Europe earn both a Laurea Magistrale in Relazioni Internazionali RILM and an M A I A from SAIS Those who begin at University of Bologna Forlì and complete their second year at SAIS Europe earn both a Laurea Magistrale in Scienze Internazionali e Diplomatiche SID and an M A I A from SAIS Students who complete their first year of study at SAIS Europe earn the Bologna Diploma and then pursue either the RILM or SID at the University of Bologna Resource Economics and Sustainable Development of the School of Economics Management and Statistics Rimini Students who begin the program at

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  • Master of Arts in Global Risk | SAIS
    developed in the realm of elections political parties policies and protests at the national and sub national levels of analysis Sources of Risk in Domestic Politics apply quantitative approaches to risk assessment Introduction to Statistics and take a number of elective courses Students also begin work on their capstone project a client based professional practicum or an original research paper under the supervision of a Johns Hopkins SAIS faculty member which they then conclude and present during their second summer term Academic Calendar Summer term Economic Foundations of Risk Risk in International Economics Math Review for Risk Assessment Fall Semester Risk in the International Political Economy Risk in Political Thought Stability and Instability in Democratic Societies Introduction to Statistics 1 Elective Course Faculty Research Seminar Inter session course Fundamentals of Corporate Finance Spring Semester Quantitative Approaches to Risk Assessment Sources of Risk in Global Politics 3 Elective Courses Faculty Research Seminar Summer Capstone Employment Outcomes The MGR degree provides students with the skills concepts and analytical techniques required to understand and manage global risk factors in public policy and private sector decision making MGR graduates are prepared for a variety of roles in the public private and nonprofit sectors such as Consultancies political risk environmental public health city planning public affairs The energy sector political affairs upstream downstream exploration International organizations e g European Commission UN World Bank OSCE NATO Government foreign service military and intelligence emergency management The financial sector financial services asset management rating agencies banking and insurance The SAIS Europe Office of Career Services works closely with MGR students to guide their professional development and job searches Given its strategic location in the heart of Europe Bologna provides a convenient base for seeking employment in major capitals across the continent where active networks of Johns Hopkins SAIS alumni occupy the highest ranks in European policymaking business and nongovernmental organizations Furthermore access to the professional positions in the sectors mentioned above would be facilitated by the internship opportunities and institutional relationships that are already available to SAIS Europe in policy research public affairs consulting international business development financial and macroeconomic analysis political movements central banking and more Faculty SAIS Europe faculty have extensive experience in risk analysis In addition to authoring cutting edge publications they collaborate with government agencies international organizations and the private sector creating a classroom atmosphere that is both academically rigorous and practical in orientation Our faculty includes Marco Cesa teaches Risk in Political Thought and various classes in International Relations at SAIS Europe A professor at the University of Bologna and SAIS Europe he has taught also at the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna and the Paris School of International Affairs SciencesPo Mainly interested in the conceptual and theoretical foundations of International Relations he also conducts research in Political Theory and History of Political Thought He is currently working on an anthology of the counter poised speeches on foreign policy by Francesco Guicciardini In his course Risk in Political Thought he exposes students to an

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  • Master of International Economics and Finance | SAIS
    the benefits of technical analysis while still acknowledging its limits She believes this program provides students with all the necessary tools to successfully analyze global economics while also incorporating qualitative knowledge about what is known or not known about the economy This balance of hard and soft analysis helps her understand the meaning of her econometric models at Citi and what they may imply for a specific region or country By stepping back and asking so what accredited to Economics Professor Jaime Marquez Meghan hopes to provide a critical perspective and valuable contribution to her Citi team Khaled Al Masri Resume Interests Macroeconomics exchange rates and commodities Samyukta Balsubramani Resume Interests Central Banking macroeconomy and macroeconomic research in developed and frontier markets and focus on Asia Pacific Rongrui Bi Resume Interests Risk modeling applied econometrics investment analysis assest backed securities consulting Dongxiao Cai Shiyuan Chen Kunxiang Diao Resume Siyi Ding Jonathan Fortunvargas Dayuan Fu Resume Franco Gomes Ortiz Meghan Greene Resume Interests International trade regional trade agreements economic intregration policy open economy macroeconomics econometrics political economy Latin America Shaoyu Guo Tunc Gursoy Nana Esi Botsewa Hammah Resume Interests Multilateral organizations development economics emerging and frontier markets trade and development Sino Africa relations trade and regional integration development financing industrial organization antitrust mergers and acquisitions private sector development and political economy Diliu He Resume Interests International finance and consulting Sebastian Herrador Resume Interests International economic policy analysis multilateral organizations Arif Hoti Resume Interests International macroeconomics international finance monetary policy and development economics Ziyi Huang Resume Interests Macroeconmics and Finance corporate finance financial derivatives investment banking capital structure M A credit risk management consulting Ni Li Interests Corporate finance stock markets Sibo Liu Resume Interests Actuarial science risk management quantitative analysis accounting applied econometrics financial modeling David Longstaff Resume Interests Finance for development soveriegn debt debt restructuring particularly in Latin America international finance trade theory and policy emerging markets political economy multilateral development cooperation and strategy economic growth sustainable development and poverty reduction Joyu Mo Resume Interests Trade policy international trade developing economies and development in China Medha Nair Resume Ziheng Peng Resume Charles Plambeck Resume Interests Economic development international finance behavioral economics and game theory international relations political economy Marguerite Tall Resume Interests Investment management investment banking private equity consulting impact investing research private sector development DFIs frontier and emerging markets Sub Saharan Africa Natasha Verma Resume Interests Public Private Partnerships in developing countries microfinance international trade emerging markets trade policy Zihao Wang Resume Yiran Xin Jinghan Xu Resume Interests International trade and development strategy and decision making industry analysis and management economic development Yi Xue Resume Interests International trade political economy corporate finance Yizi Zhang Resume Interests International finance econometric modeling mulitilateral financial institutions Huiyuan Zhao Interests International economics monetary policy financial markets emerging markets corporate finance Yiyun Zhu Resume Interests Financial decision making corporate finance private sector consulting Jillian Zirnhelt Alumni Class of 2015 Alexander Avramov Resume Interests Research Monetary Policy and Currencies International Finance Central Banks Operations and International Cooperation Between Central Banks Eastern European Economies Yang Fei Resume Interests Decision making under uncertainty Project finance and corporate valuation Risk modeling Monte Carlo simulation Time series analysis and applied econometrics Open financial markets and economic incentives Yan Fu Nandita Garg Resume Interests Financial Inclusion Women s Empowerment Infrastructure Development by Non Traditional Methods Public Private Partnerships in Developing Countries and Gender Equality via Evolving Social Norms Arielle Guterman Resume Interests While working in Hong Kong as a quantitative analyst I gained a true understanding and appreciation for how interconnected the world through economics and finance I wanted to study it further so I decided to come to SAIS and study International Economics and Finance with the intention of acquiring more tools and knowledge to better evaluate financial situations from an Economics point of view After SAIS I hope to continue on to a career where I am constantly challenged and always learning A job where I am able to apply the skills I developed at SAIS and be able to bring a diverse point of view when looking at the intersection of Economics and Finance Sharjil Haque Resume Publications Interests Open Economy Macroeconomics International Capital Markets Investment Analysis Econometric Modeling Analysis Emerging and Frontier Markets Jason Ho Resume Interests Global Transport and Logistics Energy Commodity Analysis State Led Capitalism Sovereign Debt Management Zixuan Huang Ivana Ilic Peter Johansson Resume Publications Interests International Finance Macroeconomics and Monetary Policy Political Economy Meghan Khosla Resume Interests Compliance risk and regulation with focus in private sector transactions in emerging markets Koshu Kunii Resume Interests International Finance Monetary Economics Emerging Market International Capital Flow David Lackie Resume Interests International Capital Flows Multinational Firms International Trade Trade Policy Jeffrey Lam Resume Interests Monetary Policy International Financial Markets Multilateral Organizations Private Sector Development Yiren Matthew Li Resume Interests Multilateral Organizations Consulting Corporate Finance and Public Accounting Xiangyun Alessia Luo Resume Dimitrios Lyratzakis Resume Academic Interests International Economics Finance Political Economy Political Philosophy Law and Legal Theory Career Interests Consulting International Organizations Sovereign Risk Analysis Research Academia Rui Ma Resume Interests Corporate Finance Consulting in Private Sector Analyst or Research Officer position in think tanks and NGOs Tania Mohd Nor Mauricio Ochoa Duygu Vivian Parlak Resume Wei Quan Resume Interests Banking and Consulting Christopher Riley Peter Selcuk Interests Monetary policy and financial markets emerging markets international financial markets project finance political economy economic history Middle East and Eastern Europe and Central Asia Alexandra Somers Resume Interests Emerging Markets specifically Emerging Europe International Finance Sovereign Debt Political Economy Kenji Suganuma Resume Interests Monetary Policy International Economics Financial Economics Urban Economics Regional Economics New Economic Geography Weibin Toh Resume Interests Urban Economics Economics of Development Game Theory and Behavioral Economics Rohan Trivedi Resume Interests Emerging and Frontier Markets Multilateral Financial Institutions Private Sector Development Monetary Economics Zheng Wang Resume Interests Entry level positions in financial firms or economic organizations where I can utilize both analytical and quantitative skills Zhongyao Wang Resume Interests Macroeconomic Analysis Finance and Economic Growth

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  • Master of International Public Policy | SAIS
    leaders in government business journalism nonprofit groups and multilateral organizations in more than 140 countries Common Paths Students graduating from SAIS have pursued careers at Corporate Executive Board Dow Jones Co Inter American Development Bank Pan American Health Organization U S Air Force U S Agency for International Development Voice of America World Bank Curriculum The M I P P degree consists of eight non language courses completed full time over one year Students in consultation with an academic adviser design their own plan of study that is both academically rigorous and professionally relevant as they prepare for the next phase in their career Affiliations M I P P students may choose to add an affiliation to their degree which provides an opportunity for students to develop a stronger background in a particular area and directly connect with faculty and students in that area Language Full time M I P P students are welcome to add SAIS foreign language courses at no additional charge however the courses do not count toward the eight non language classes required for graduation All non native speakers of English must pass an English placement exam Non native English speakers graduating from the M I P P program in Bologna are required to pass an English proficiency exam The following programs will accept M I P P affiliates American Foreign Policy Conflict Management Energy Resources and Environment Limited Enrollment Global Theory and History International Development Limited Enrollment International Economics International Law and Organizations International Political Economy Strategic Studies African Studies Canadian Studies China Studies European and Eurasian Studies Japan Studies Korea Studies Latin American Studies Middle East Studies South Asia Studies Southeast Asia Studies Affiliation Requirements Each program accepting affiliates has selected their own requirements Affiliations require students to complete a minimum of three courses offered by their program or cross listed with their program of affiliation However programs may set additional requirements like languages additional courses or specific required courses To see a detailed description of the requirements for each affiliation click here Additional Information For additional information on selecting an affiliation and registering for affiliated courses click here Co Curricular What is Student Life Like M I P P s contribute both inside and outside the classroom M I P P s participate in and lead community wide events and events exclusively for the M I P P cohort From case and simulation sessions to international dinners and alumni receptions M I P P students are making connections and building their network Here is a sample of the M I P P specific programs coming in 2014 2015 M I P P Career Strategy Series Fall and Spring M I P P students meet with an executive coach to design a strategy for continued career growth or in preparation for a career transition Leadership Strategies for Decision Makers Fall Through working in small teams with other M I P P of diverse backgrounds M I P P s analyze complex international scenarios under

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