The Center for International Science and Technology Policy (CISTP) is a world leader in international public policy research and education in science, technology, and innovation. It hosts visiting scholars from around the world and offers an International Science and Technology Policy M.A. program. Center faculty oversee the coursework and dissertation research of students working in related fields throughout the George Washington University.

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Graduate Admissions 2017 Timeline


Spring 2017 Applications 

Application deadline: October 1st

Decision Notification: November 1st

Fall Open House for Prospective Students: Novermber 15th

6:30-7:30 pm Student Panel

7:30-8:30pm Reception with Program Directors and Alumni (CityView Room) 

Fall 2017 Applications: 

Application Fellowship Deadline: January 7th

Application Priority Deadline: February 1st

Decision Notification:/Fellowship Notification: March 3rd

Online Admitted Student Day: March 28th

Spring Admitted Student Day; April 7th

Fall 2016 courses can be found on this page



We are pleased to announce three fellowship opportunities at the Center for International Science and Technology Policy at the Elliott School of International Affairs for the 2016-2017 academic year.  Two pre-doctoral fellowships and one post-doctoral fellowship are available.  The selected fellows will focus on areas in nuclear energy and nuclear security policy.  You can find more information about the process on the application form.