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MIA Waiver Policy


In some cases, students applying for the Master of International Affairs program may be eligible to waive the GRE requirement. The International Affairs program admissions committee will consider GRE waiver requests from MIA applicants who possess 5 or more years of relevant full-time professional work experience. Those who wish to be considered for an assistantship or scholarship must submit a GRE test score.

Applicants will be required to submit a waiver application in addition to their regular application materials. This waiver application should contain a current resume and the MIA program waiver questionnaire for consideration by the MIA program’s admission committee. Meeting the conditions listed above is not a guarantee that a waiver will be granted. Applicants may be required to participate in an interview before final decision is made.  Please email to request the waiver questionnaire.