Woodrow Wilson School

The Woodrow Wilson School prepares undergraduate and graduate students for participation and leadership in public affairs on the local, national and international levels. The school's academic programs provide a rigorous education for those with a practical desire to make the world a better place. An illustrated review of the School, Highlights of the Graduate Program, is available in PDF format.

A new initiative, "Scholars in the Nation's Service," has been launched to encourage more of the nation's best and brightest students to pursue careers in the U.S. federal government, especially in the international relations arena. The six-year program begins in a student's junior year. It includes a federal government internship, approximately two years of federal government service after college, and a master's degree in public affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School.


Dean Slaughter with former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan

Woodrow Wilson School dean Anne-Marie Slaughter welcomed former United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan to campus for a public address presenting his parting thoughts to the international community after 10 years in office.