• Ethiopia
    • Addis Ababa
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    • Addis Ababa
    • Addis Ababa
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Program Details

Program Type
Faculty Led
Degree Level
Bachelors Masters PhD.


Starting Price
Price Details
Fixed Costs
- Tuition, 3 or 6 credits, field programs and remote studios: For graduate students, tuition is based on the International Affairs per-credit cost ($1,710 per credit). For undergraduate students, there is a $5,130 flat fee for 6 credits.
- Tuition, noncredit, field programs in person: $5,130 flat fee for those who wish to participate in the IFP (in person) without earning academic credits.
Tuition, noncredit, remote studios online: $2,700 flat fee.

Additional Variable Costs
- Airfare to and from the IFP location
- Local travel and transportation
- Living and personal expenses beyond housing
- Vaccinations and other medical expenses
What's Included
Accommodation Some Activities Classes
What's Not Included
Some Activities Airfare Domestic Airfare Airport Transfers Meals Some Meals SIM cards Transportation Travel Insurance Visa
Oct 25, 2021
Dec 12, 2018
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About Program

This IFP will be focused on Monitoring and Evaluation, specifically with two groups that we have worked with for more than a decade. The first is a national consortium of women’s microfinance groups, a project The New School has been involved with for a decade. These “Self-Help Groups” ostensibly form around small business development and income generation, but many of the women do not participate in those endeavors yet seem to reap benefits from group participation. The New School has been monitoring group members’ economic performance for five years, with significant success in raising women and their families out of poverty, and this year we would like to also do an in-depth examination of the non-financial benefits, conducting a quantitative survey on psychosocial benefits. The second organization is a child welfare agency that works with families living in multidimensional poverty, with interventions also in microenterprise and income generation.

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Program Highlights

  • Local Partnerships
  • Independent Research
  • Unique Locations
  • Faculty Support
  • Cultural Experiences

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Great experience

While I was unsure of my final research until 31 days abroad, I was able to situate myself in Buenos Aires with the help of Lena Simet and Michael Cohen of The New School. This was a life-changing experience and I would recommend Argentine travel to anyone interested in media, culture, or economics.

Argentina has many economic issues. However, The New School provided wonderful access to Villa 20 and Villa 31 while I was abroad. I would never have had such access to government officials if I were working under any other school. If someone is leaning toward economic studies, Buenos Aires would be a great place to visit and research. Further, those interested in public policy and international negotiations would benefit from this experience.

Much thanks to Fernando Bercovich for guiding us through the ends and outs of the country. He was the kindest mentor while we had to adjust to a completely different atmosphere in comparison to New York City.

What would you improve about this program?
Contacts with local NGOs could be more secure. For the most part, finding or operating an internship was on the responsibility of the individual.
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