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Seton Hall University’s week-long UN Intensive Summer Study Program in New York City immerses professionals and advanced students in the inner workings of the United Nations. Participants attend seminars led by UN officials, government and nonprofit representatives on current UN agenda issues, dialogue on challenges and pathways to their resolution.
Credit and non-credit program options are available. Earned credits may be applied towards an M.A. or Executive M.S. degree program – on campus, online, or in hybrid format - provided that candidates meet admission requirements.
About Seton Hall’s School of Diplomacy and International Relations
Founded in 1997 in alliance with the United Nations Association of the USA, Seton Hall’s School of Diplomacy and International Relations is an affiliate member of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs. With class offerings just 14 miles from New York City, at the UN, in the heart of Washington, D.C., online and around the globe, our School brings together an international community of students with a faculty of award-winning scholars and veteran field professionals. Through one-on-one advisement across 12 customizable graduate programs, hands on application at over 600 internship partners, and dialogue with nearly 40 international leaders and policy makers each year, we are preparing talented, diplomatic professionals to advance global goals across the public, private and nonprofit sectors.
Menu of Graduate Programs
Seton Hall University and the School of Diplomacy offer domestic and international graduate students a variety of assistantship, scholarship and fellowship opportunities. The School also serves as a host institution for prestigious external scholarships, including the Fulbright Scholarship, Pickering Fellowship and more. Visit our website for details.
Alumni Making a Difference
Graduates of Seton Hall University join a worldwide network that is over 100,000 members strong. Diplomacy alumni serve as diplomats and international civil servants; handle issues of commerce, security and intelligence; navigate the pharmaceutical, finance and communication industries; and respond when disaster strikes through global humanitarian organizations. True loyalists, our alumni make an ongoing contribution to the School, returning to campus to advise and mentor current students by participating in workshops and panels, and providing timely insights into the world of diplomacy and international affairs.