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International and Comparative Education - MA

Program Overview

Hone your analytical skills through examining the social, political and economic implications of education and the mutual impact between society and educational systems. Our graduates join a cadre of global educational leaders and policy analysts serving schools, universities and educational systems in need of significant change. To build the professional skills necessary in a global context of reform, you will be exposed to a variety of courses, including new courses on early childhood policy; science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education and youth and human development policy.


  • International Education Development and Policy

  • Teaching and Learning

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Degrees and Admission Requirements

Students wishing to pursue the MA program in International and Comparative Education should meet the minimum academic, language and admission requirements set by AUC.


In addition to the university's fellowships and scholarship opportunities that are offered, there is funding opportunities are particularly relevant to students interested in the MA program in International and Comparative Education

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