Our graduates are based all around the world, from Panama City to New York, Amsterdam to Hong Kong and Johannesburg. They can be found working for governments and international organizations, at universities, and with some of the world’s leading international non-governmental organizations.

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Graduates of our programs have moved on to positions including:

Senior Trade Commissioner
Embassy of Canada
Bogata, Columbia

Research Consultant
Centro Internacional de la Papa
Quito, Ecuador

United Nations Advisor
Center for Civilians in Conflict
New York, USA

Gender-Based Violence Awareness Program Coordinator
United Nations Development Program (UNDP)
Islamabad, Pakistan

Research Manager, Productivity and Innovation
Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics
London, UK

Executive Director
Project Ploughshares
Waterloo, Canada

Junior Professional Consultant
United Nations Development Program (UNDP)
Kathmandu, Nepal

Private Sector Integrity Division
Public Governance and Territorial Development Directorate, OECD
Paris, France

Economist and Trade Policy Analyst
Financial Sector Policy Branch, Department of Finance
Ottawa, Canada

Policy Analyst
Global Affairs Canada
Ottawa, Canada

International Consultant
UNDP Regional Center for Latin America and the Caribbean
Panama City, Panama

Executive Director
Industry Development, Economic Development and Trade, Government of Alberta
Edmonton, Canada

Assistant Professor
Economies of the Modern Middle East, Leiden University
Leiden, The Netherlands

Featured Graduates

Crystal Ennis, PhD 2013

Assistant Professor, Economies of the Modern Middle East at Leiden Institute for Area Studies (LIAS), at Leiden University, Netherlands

Crystal spends her research time in the Arabian peninsula, where she is carrying out several research projects connected to the broad themes of innovation, labour markets, and migration.

Aya Al-Shalchi, MIPP 2015

Legislative Assistant, Parliament of Canada, Ottawa

Aya develops legislation in conjunction with Members of Parliament, including drafting and tabling a Private Member’s Bill or Motion, she drafts speeches, SO31s, and promotional communication materials.

Grégoire Baribeaus, MAGG 2012

Parliamentary Intern, Ottawa

Grégoire has worked in five government departments since 2012 on a myriad of issues including Canada-U.S. relations, energy-environment policy, Crown-Aboriginal relations, and transparency in the international extractive sector.