The interdisciplinary approach of the International Relations major prepares students to engage in ever-expanding possibilities of work and scholarship after graduation. Possible career paths for an International Relations major include:
Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs - Non-profit educational organization composed of graduate level schools of international affairs.
The Fulbright US Student Programs - Offers fellowships for U.S. graduating college seniors, graduate students, young professionals and artists to study abroad for one academic year.
Princeton in Asia - PiA offers yearlong, service-oriented fellowships in 18 Asian countries in the fields of education, international development (NGOs), environmental advocacy, journalism, law and business, with a majority of fellows working as English teachers at universities and high schools. PiA fellowships are open to graduates or graduating seniors from all accredited colleges and universities.
The Rhodes Scholarships - International postgraduate award for study at the University of Oxford
The Anna Sobol Levy Foundation - Fellowship is for one or two years of study at The Rothberg International School of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace - Carnegie Junior Fellows work as research assistants to the Endowment's senior associates.