TUFTS UNIVERSITY – FLETCHER SCHOOL
The Fletcher School is the graduate school of international affairs of Tufts University. It was founded in 1933 and is located in Medford, Massachusetts, USA.
- MBA Programs: The Fletcher School offers a Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy (MALD), a Master of International Business (MIB), and a Global Master of Arts Program (GMAP). The MALD program is two years in length, while the MIB program can be completed in one to two years. The GMAP program is a hybrid program that combines online and in-person learning and can be completed in one year.
- Admissions: The admissions requirements vary by program, but generally, applicants must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution, a strong academic record, and relevant work experience. The GMAT or GRE is required for most programs, with average scores ranging from 660 to 720. Application deadlines and start dates vary by program.
- Student Body: The Fletcher School has a diverse student body, with students from over 70 countries. About 40% of the student body are international students, and about 25% are U.S. students of color. The average work experience of students in the MALD program is 3-5 years.
- Rankings: The Fletcher School is consistently ranked among the top graduate schools of international affairs in the United States, and is currently ranked #3 by Foreign Policy magazine.
- Accreditations: The Fletcher School is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
- Language of Instruction: English is the language of instruction.
- Faculty: The Fletcher School has over 90 full-time faculty members, with expertise in international relations, business, law, and other related fields.
- Tuition Fees: Tuition for the MALD program is $52,200 per year, while tuition for the MIB program is $46,120 per year. Tuition for the GMAP program is $97,500 for the entire program.
- Curriculum: The Fletcher School’s curriculum emphasizes a multidisciplinary approach to international affairs, with courses in international business, law, economics, politics, and other related fields. Students are also required to complete a capstone project or thesis.
- Alumni, Salary and Jobs Information, Employment Statistics: The Fletcher School has a large and active alumni network, with over 9,000 graduates working in a variety of fields around the world. According to a recent survey, the average salary for Fletcher alumni three years after graduation is $100,000, and the top industries for employment are consulting, government, and non-profit organizations.