Working in teams, students produce research-based, analytical, evaluative, and prescriptive reports for clients.
This fall, the La Follette School welcomes 40 Master of Public Affairs (MPA) and 13 Master of International Public Affairs (MIPA) students.
Whether they are interning with high-level officials, getting elected to public office, or receiving prestigious fellowships, La Follette students are working hard to improve public policy.
A tool created by the Wall Street Journal shows that the La Follette School offers one of the best values among public policy master’s degrees in the country.
On Sunday, May 15, 47 La Follette students celebrated their graduation in the Wisconsin Capitol’s Assembly Chamber in the school’s first in-person graduation ceremony since 2019.
The La Follette School partners with the Neuroscience Training Program to offer a unique neuroscience Ph.D. and Master of Public Affairs (MPA) combined degree that is one of its kind in the country.
Last month, the La Follette School participated in its third session with the Senate Scholar Program, an intensive week-long educational program offered by the Wisconsin State Senate.
Whether part of an admissions offer or found by using the Student Job Center, graduate assistantships offer several significant benefits to La Follette School students.
The Foreign Language and Area Studies fellowship (FLAS) is funded by the U.S. Department of Education to help students gain deeper knowledge of international languages and cultures. The program provides generous funding, including full tuition and fee reimbursement and a $15,000 stipend.
The La Follette School’s Master of Public Affairs and Master of Public Health (MPA-MPH) dual-degree program prepares students to lead as health policy professionals.