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The MPA/ID Program will be hosting summer coffee hours and information sessions around the world. We encourage prospective students to attend to meet current students and alumni and gain a better understanding of the MPA/ID Program. Please check here to see if we will be hosting an information session in your region.
Harvard Kennedy School
Cambridge, MA USA
Join us on October 6 at the Harvard Kennedy School for our Fall Open House!
The Open House is a time to learn more about the MPA/ID Program curriculum, admissions processes, and financial aid. You will also have an opportunity to attend a class and meet current MPA/ID students.
Registration required. Registration form coming soon!
August 16, 2014
IBA City Campus, CEE Seminar Room
Join MPA/ID students on August 16 at the IBA City Campus in Karachi, Pakistan for a HKS Information session!
The information session is a time to learn more about the MPA/ID Program curriculum, student life, and admissions process. You will have an opportunity to ask questions following the presentation.
Registration is required: link will be posted shortly. Registration will be capped at 60 attendees. Please register by August 15th at 5:00 pm EST.
This event is being rescheduled. Updated information will be posted shortly.
September 12, 12-1 pm
The World Bank, Room TBA
If you are coming to Cambridge, you may email us to arrange an individual visit: email@example.com. The best time to visit the school is Monday through Thursday from mid-September through late November and from mid-February through late April when classes are in session. Please contact us in advance of your visit, so that we may arrange for you to speak with a member of our staff, visit a class, and meet with a current student.
Please Note: We ask that you refrain from contacting our faculty. The Harvard Kennedy School receives thousands of inquiries from prospective applicants each year, and our faculty are unable to respond to individual inquiries.