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 Jun 6  12 p.m. (EST)  Attend from Anywhere

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Join faculty and admissions counselors from Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) as they share what you can expect in the MA in Global Risk (online) program and how our cutting-edge curriculum can prepare you to handle the complexity of risk in a globalized and interconnected world. Some of the topics covered in the presentation include:

  • The support you’ll receive as a member of the global Johns Hopkins SAIS community
  • A comprehensive look at how our curriculum equips you with the expertise needed to navigate the complexities of modern risk management
  • The two in-person residencies at the Johns Hopkins SAIS campus in Washington DC
  • Admissions requirements and how the admissions committee holistically reviews your application
  • A live Q&A session
Prospective online student taking notes while attending our online information session


Matthias Matthijs

Matthias Matthijs

Director of the Master of Arts in Global Risk and Associate Professor of International Political Economy

Matthias Matthijs is the Director of the Master of Arts in Global Risk. His research focuses on the politics of economic crises, the role of economic ideas in economic policymaking, and the politics of regional integration. At SAIS, he teaches courses in international relations and comparative politics, and he was twice awarded the Max M. Fisher Prize for Excellence in Teaching, both in 2011 and 2015. He is also a Senior Fellow for Europe at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and serves as the Chair of the European Union Studies Association (EUSA). Matthijs is co-editor of The Future of the Euro, published by Oxford University Press in 2015, and author of Ideas and Economic Crises in Britain from Attlee to Blair (1945-2005), published by Routledge in 2011. The latter is based on his doctoral dissertation, which received the Samuel H. Beer Prize for Best Dissertation in British Politics by a North American scholar, awarded by the British Politics Group of the American Political Science Association (APSA) in 2010.

Lynne Green

Lynne Green

Admissions Counselor, AllCampus

Lynne Green has over 12 years of experience within higher education. She holds an MBA and MHRM degree and is an advocate for ongoing education. Her combined experiences in business operations, IT and higher education help her to understand students' needs in the workplace. She strives to provide excellent support and service throughout the admissions process.

Lindsay Ryan

Lindsay Ryan

Manager of Online Student Experience and Enrollment