The Josef Korbel School's Sié Chéou-Kang Center for International Security and Diplomacy is dedicated to advancing policy-relevant research and engagement in the field of global affairs and educating the next generation of global leaders. As part of their efforts, they have expanded learning opportunities for Sié Fellows, a select group of students at the Josef Korbel School who receive a two-year, full-tuition scholarship for graduate study and access to the Sié Center’s renowned faculty.
At Josef Korbel School students interested in pursuing a master’s degree in international affairs will receive excellent training from a deeply committed, dynamic, and internationally recognized faculty.
Fellows join an intellectually rigorous program that brings practical and theoretical approaches to bear on the major policy problems of our time. During their two years at the Korbel School, fellows work alongside faculty at the Sié Center on research projects ranging from climate change and nuclear security to global governance and post-conflict peacebuilding and many, many more. Moreover, they benefit from unique opportunities to meet and interact with internationally-recognized policymakers and academics.
Contact Daniel Doerr, the Director of Graduate Enrollment, at firstname.lastname@example.org. While the Korbel School accepts applications on a rolling basis, only applications submitted by the priority deadline of January 8, 2020 will be considered for the Sié Fellowship.