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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.

The International Economics Program provides students with a firm grasp of the theory and tools of economics and finance and the functioning of the international economic system. These skills are an important component of modern training in international affairs. 

Established in 1984, with the explicit support of the Reischauer family, the Edwin O. Reischauer Center for East Asian Studies at SAIS actively supports the research and study of transpacific and intra-Asian relations, to advance mutual understanding between Northeast Asia and the United States.

Urgent emergency contact information and details are listed on our Johns Hopkins SAIS Washington, DC Security page.

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. 

As a result of SAIS's global outreach and rigorous admissions standards, SAIS students represent the best and the brightest. They come to SAIS to advance their international careers, to understand the forces shaping industry and government, and to gain the tools that will help them to eventually become leaders in their chosen fields

The SAIS Office of Human Resources is dedicated to supporting all faculty and staff at SAIS with valuable, innovative, and timely human resource policies, programs, and services.

SAIS students have the opportunity to hold on-campus jobs regardless of their nationality or Federal Work Study (FWS) status. More about FWS can be found below

94% of the Class of 2014 (Master of Arts students who graduated between December 2013 and August 2014) sought and found employment at 172 employers, obtained fellowships or internships, or had gone on for further study within 6 months of graduation

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.