MAHA Application and Admissions Information
Candidates must hold an undergraduate degree, have significant experience in the field of humanitarian assistance (at least three to five years), and have a demonstrated commitment to furthering their career in the field of humanitarian assistance. Candidates must also be fluent in written and spoken English. The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is not required.
Native English speakers will be required to demonstrate literacy in another language at the end of the program.
Tuition and Financial Aid Information
Tuition is reviewed and set annually. Students can expect the program to cost $65,000 ($44,000 for tuition and $21,000 for living expenses). Financial aid and limited scholarships are available. For more information see the Friedman School’s information on Student Funding and Finance.
How to Apply
Prospective students apply through the Friedman School. Learn more about the application process and deadlines and apply online here.
Governance and Administration
This program is administered academically by a joint MAHA committee comprised of faculty from each school and Feinstein. Student are selected for admission by this committee and are subject to review and approval by the admissions committees of each school.
For questions about the MAHA program, faculty, courses, etc., contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions about the application process, contact the Friedman School at email@example.com.
Other Humanitarian Education Options at Tufts
The MAHA program is one of several ways to study issues related to humanitarian response at Tufts. The Fletcher and Friedman Schools also offer degree options. Learn more here.
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