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The Government Department offers two off-campus programs. The London program focuses on international relations and comparative politics; The Washington, D.C. program offers internship opportunities in either legislative or executive offices and the chance to conduct on-site research.
**Applications through The Frank J. Guarini Institute for International Education open on October 1st, 2022 and close on February 1st, 2023.**
View the current offering, presentations, and interviews for more information about your program of interest!
The Government Department offers three off-campus programs in partnership with the Frank J. Guarini Institute for International Education. We endeavor to prepare students for a lifetime of learning and ethical civic engagement through transformative global academic experiences.
The London Program focuses on international relations and comparative politics. In affiliation with the London School of Economics, it focuses on international relations and comparative politics. Students will get to participate in unique educational excursions including trips to the British Library to examine the Magna Carta and tours of Parliament with lawmakers from the Commons and the Lords. Students will also get to experience immersion in more cultural experiences such as performances at the iconic Globe Theatre, exploring the beauty of London with a Thames River Boat voyage, and sightseeing outings to historic Bath, Stonehenge, Cambridge, and more!
Hear what past Faculty Leader, Prof. Wohlforth, has to say about the program here!
The Washington, D.C. program offers students the experience of interning in a political office or organization in combination with a course of study designed to place the individual's internship experience in a general academic perspective. The course work consists of two regularly scheduled seminars and a weekly journal evaluation of the internship experience. In the past, students and the professor have resided and taken courses at an apartment complex situated nearby in Virginia. The main courses offered in the program generally cover contemporary political affairs, public policy, and political institutions. The special guest speaker series, which includes people from all areas of Washington, is an important feature that occurs weekly, as well as outings related to the course material.
Washington D.C. Program Slideshow
Hear what Faculty Leader, Prof. Baldez, had to say about the program here!