The Board of Directors at The Institute of World Politics has voted unanimously to freeze tuition for the fall 2014-15 school year for all graduate programs.
IWP's Executive Vice President, Noah Rudolph, stated, "I am very proud of the Board's decision to hold tuition constant as it underscores our commitment to making an IWP degree accessible to the widest possible audience."
The Institute's Master of Arts programs continue to offer one of the best values in the Washington, D.C., national security and international affairs market. The cost per credit hour of instruction is noticeably lower than comparable programs while maintaining one of the most academically demanding curricula. With this decision to freeze tuition, IWP reaffirms its commitment to providing the highest value to its students.
Increasing tuition within the higher education realm has put graduate school out of reach for many and IWP is proud to buck this trend.