International Summer Scholars Program
— Public Policy Issues in California & Beyond —
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July 16 to July 27, 2018
University of Southern California
Please note: The information session on February 7th will also include a guest lecture by Professor Eric Heikkila. In addition, it will have a Q&A session with an ISSP alum from Brazil.
March 1, 2018
Important Note: Events will be updated as they are scheduled, please check back periodically. Click on the date to RSVP to an upcoming event. Once you RSVP, you will receive an email with instructions to sign into the session.
The International Summer Scholars Program at the Sol Price School of Public Policy at the University of Southern California (USC) provides a bridge for students who aspire to pursue professional careers or graduate work at top universities in the United States. Tailored to international students or domestic students with a strong international orientation, the program provides an ideal stepping stone for academic or professional pursuits in public policy or related fields such as sociology, economics, political science, urban planning, public administration, environmental studies, sustainable development and many others.
Through this two-week intensive summer program, you will gain in-depth exposure to Public Policy Issues in California and Beyond. You will earn an International Summer Scholars Program Certificate from USC. This formal credential, along with your newly acquired training, skills and confidence, will strengthen your applications and bolster the success of your next academic or professional endeavor in the United States.
You will leave the program as a member of the Trojan Family, a worldwide network of more than 300,000 individuals who serve as inspiring mentors, professional colleagues and lifelong friends.