Why I Chose MAGES: I was interested in studying international relations, and I find Europe to be a fascinating part of the world. I very much enjoy European languages, cultures, and history.
Why I Chose MAGES: After studying abroad in Madrid at the time of the 2017 Barcelona attacks and the Catalonian independence movement, I realized that I wanted to further my study of international politics and security in a program that focuses on Europe so that I could one day help preserve political and economic stability in the region. I chose MAGES because it allows me to conduct more research on such topics while advancing my foreign language skills and cross-cultural awareness.
Why I Chose MAGES: I am excited by the regional and interdisciplinary focus MAGES provides while having the opportunity to study international relations at SFS.
Why I Chose MAGES: MAGES was a happy marriage between a professionally-geared degree and my academic and personal passions.
Why I Chose MAGES: MAGES will give me the opportunity to expand my knowledge base and gain new skills.
Why I Chose MAGES: The interdisciplinary curriculum provides a comprehensive look at Europe, but provides plenty of flexibility to pursue specific interests. The community and network of MAGES and SFS are top notch!
Why I Chose MAGES: I chose MAGES because its interdisciplinary curriculum really aligns well with my interests and the SFS Graduate Career Center seems genuinely committed to helping me find me a career that I love.
Why I Chose MAGES: I chose MAGES to learn more about European integration, Transatlantic partnerships and EU institutions. With MAGES degree, I think I will be highly prepared to contribute to my country’s European integration.
Why I Chose MAGES: With its specific European focus and many Europe experts from a variety of different fields, MAGES was the program that I had always wanted that wasn’t available to me in undergrad.
Why I Chose MAGES: I’ve always focused my studies around Europe. The EU provides a living model for supranational government that you can’t find anywhere else, so the chance to focus on that in an environment like Georgetown was too good to pass up.