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Anthology of Master's International Degree Projects and Theses
Welcome to the Master's International Degree Projects and Theses! This educational archive includes master's theses and reports written by former Master’s International students from 2000 to present.
This compilation of student work serves as a resource for current Master’s International students and provides Peace Corps staff with materials to use in overseas posts. All documents were written to fulfill academic requirements toward completing a Master’s International degree and were based on students' experiences abroad.
These materials can serve as a springboard for future projects contributing to the improvement of the human condition in areas of the world most in need. The Master’s International staff wishes you the very best as you further the Peace Corps mission to promote world peace and friendship.
How to Submit a Project or Thesis
The Peace Corps accepts top-quality academic projects on a rolling basis to add to the anthology. Projects and theses must be submitted by a professor or faculty advisor who deems the work to be of high academic standards. Please submit the completed project or thesis, along with a one- to two-paragraph abstract as a single PDF document to email@example.com. New contributions will be added to the anthology annually.
Last updated Mar 14 2014
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