IWP has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the University of North Carolina Wilmington to further national security and international affairs education.
The agreement, signed by IWP President Amb. Aldona Woś, M.D. and UNCW Chancellor Aswani K. Volety, Ph.D., benefits UNCW students and alumni by offering a guaranteed scholarship of $2,200 per semester to those admitted into the in-person M.A. programs and a discounted tuition rate for those admitted to the Online M.A. programs ($500 per credit hour instead of $600 per credit hour).
UNCW students will also have the option to apply for early admission after April 30th of their Junior year, and UNCW undergraduates who apply to IWP’s undergraduate internship program will receive priority consideration.
“UNC Wilmington’s commitment to its students, including many veterans and active-duty military service members, is a spirit similarly embraced by The Institute of World Politics,” said Amb. Woś. “Whether civilian or military, future leaders in national security, policy, and diplomacy deserve these opportunities in education. IWP is proud to partner with UNC Wilmington in this effort, and we welcome graduates of UNC Wilmington into the halls of The Institute of World Politics and our community.”