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Current Master’s International Partner Schools

Thank you for partnering with the Peace Corps. We look forward to learning about your programs, contacts, and new and continuing students. Keep us updated on your website changes, student groups, events, and newsletters. We look forward to your continued collaboration with your Peace Corps regional office, and we hope you will continue to share your experiences with Master's International staff, your colleagues, and interested partner schools.

Keep in mind that Peace Corps assignments are developed by in-country staff based on the needs and requests of interested communities and the education and skills of the individual Peace Corps Volunteer. Currently, the Peace Corps primarily has need of agriculture, education, environment, and health Volunteers. If students majoring in another program of study are placed in one of these assignments, they will still have the opportunity to carry out degree-related work. Rather than determining a research project in advance, Master’s International students and advising faculty should remain flexible and allow the Peace Corps experience to shape and inform the academic work. It is important that university coordinators and faculty guide and support the Master’s International student throughout the experience.

We look forward to working with you to maintain a program on your campus that allows for an educational and fulfilling experience for both students and faculty.

Program Guide for Coordinators

Download the Program Guide (PDF) to answer all your questions about participating in the Masters International Program.

Expanding Master’s International Offerings at Your University 

If your university currently has a Master’s International program and would like to expand into another field, there is a separate proposal process for an addendum to the current agreement. For further information, contact the Master's International staff at 202.692.1812 or at mastersinternational@peacecorps.gov.

Last updated Jul 15 2014

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Contact Master's International

For more information contact:

Paul D. Coverdell Peace Corps Headquarters
VRS/R/MI
1111 20th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20526

Phone: 855.855.1961, ext. 1812
Fax: 202.692.1727

Email: mastersinternational@
peacecorps.gov

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