MA in International Education

International Education M.A. Alumni

Many graduates of the International Education program have gone on to pursue successful careers in the field of International Education. Read ahead to learn more about several of our recent alumni:

Jing Guan, MA
Jing Guan is a 2012 graduate of the International Education MA program. She currently works as a Credentials Evaluator at World Education Services. She encourages current and future students to connect with classmates: "It was fascinating to hear their experiences!"
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Alice Jacques, MA
Alice, a graduate of the International Education MA program, is currently working as a Program Manager at Reach the World. When asked about her favorite part of the International Education Program, Alice told us that "the Steinhardt program seems to attract some of the most interesting, fun, professional and engaged group of young professionals around. " 
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Daniel Munier, MA
After graduating the NYU International Education program in 2012, Daniel pursued a career in Refugee Resettlement, as an Employment and Education Trainer at Catholic Charities. Daniel says that "from gaining more nuanced cross-cultural understandings, investigating systems/markets of humanitarian assistance, to realizing the complexities of education in conflict, the program has immensely prepared me for my current line of work."
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Elisabeth Neiada, MA
Elisabeth is currently working as a teacher's assistant at Avenues: The World School, which is a global school based in New York City, where Elisabeth builds curriculum for various age groups.
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Emily Orr, MA
Emily Orr currently works as a Program Assistant for the Consular Training Division at the U.S. Department of State, Foreign Service Institute. She writes: "If you are passionate about this field and know what you want, then NYU is a great place!"
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Collette Reny, MA
Collette is a 2012 graduate of the International Education MA program. She currently works as the Coordinator of Education Abroad at Purchase College, SUNY (State University of New York). She writes that "NYU is the global network university – seeing how it runs on the inside is pretty much the bread and butter of (the International Education Program)". 
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Carol Maria Reyes Rios, MA
Carol Maria Reyes Rios currently works at the Institute of International Education (IIE) as a Program Officer in the Foreign Fulbright Programs Division. Her favorite part of the International Education program was studying abroad in Ghana: "My experience in Ghana definitely added a new dimension to my understanding of educational challenges (and successes) in developing countries."
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Fred Sanchez, MA
After graduating with his Masters in International Education from NYU, Fred Sanchez began his career as a Program Officer at the Institute of International Education. He says that his "graduate experience at NYU helped sharpen my ability to analyze studies and apply theory in international education program management."
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Georgina Sanchez, MA
Georgina Sanchez is currently a Program Manager for the Global Partnership Program at SeriousFun Children's Network. SeriousFun is a non-profit organization that offers summer camps and other programs for seriously ill children throughout the world.
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Garth Stahl, PhD
Garth Stahl is a 2006 graduate of the International Education MA program. He has since received his PhD and is currently a Lecturer in Literacy Education and Sociology at the University of South Australia. He says a favorite part of the Internation Education program was "Cynthia Miller Idriss’s sociology course because it was rigorous and academically stimulating. It informed my PhD focus immensely."
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