This fall, The Institute of World Politics has the largest number of students in its history, and these students have enrolled in the most credit hours ever.
“At the beginning of this year, the IWP administration improved several processes that allowed the recruitment and admissions offices to work more effectively,” commented IWP Executive Vice President Noah Rudolph. “I would like to commend these offices, led by Tim Stebbins and Jason Johnsrud, respectively, for their dedication and hard work in bringing talented new students to the Institute.”
IWP also attracted several students for its new M.A. in Strategic and International Studies (Professional) that was just approved by the District of Columbia Education Licensure Commission in the spring of this year.
Several existing academic programs have grown this semester. The Institute set a record for the number of students enrolled in language classes this fall, and this semester saw an increase in the number of new students in the Certificate program.
“We are pleased to welcome so many students who are committed to our mission,” said John Lenczowski, founder and president of IWP. “Our student body is unusually motivated, and we look forward with great anticipation to their academic — and ultimately professional — achievements in service of their country and the cause of peace.”