The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy

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The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University (also referred to as The Fletcher School or simply Fletcher) is the first and oldest graduate school in the United States dedicated solely to international affairs. It is named after Dr. Austin Barclay Fletcher, a Tufts University alumnus whose bequest helped establish the school in 1933. The Fletcher School has six degree programs: a two-year Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy (MALD); a one-year Master of Arts for mid-career professionals; a one-year, mid-career Master of Arts (via the Global Master of Arts Program) that combines online and residential learning; a Ph.D. program; a Master of Arts in International Business (MIB); and a Master of Laws in International Law (LL.M.). Additionally, there are several joint and dual degree and certificate programs. An internet-mediated Master of Global Business Administration program will launch in May 2019, which will combine the study business with international affairs. The school is unique for its interdisciplinary curriculum, which allows students to take courses across different academic disciplines. Fletcher is widely regarded as one of the world's foremost graduate schools of international relations; its master's program ranks sixth globally, while its Ph.D. program is among the top 25 in the world. As of 2017, the student body numbered around 230, of whom 36 percent were international students from 70 countries, and around a quarter were U.S. minorities. The school's alumni network numbers over 9,500 in 160 countries, and includes ambassadors, diplomats, high ranking military officers, heads of nonprofit organizations, and corporate executives.
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