JJ2007Math LectureNPSIA’s Ph.D. program is interdisciplinary and focuses on international policymaking processes and institutions. Its objective is to provide students with advanced training and research skills suitable for both an academic career, or for more senior policy analysis and research positions in government and non-governmental institutions.

Program Information

Course Information


Prospectus & Thesis Defence

General Information

Ph.D. Program

Program Language Requirement Policies
Time Ticket
Registration Steps
Registering for Courses External to NPSIA
Request to Audit a Course
Authorization for Prospectus Defence

(To be submitted one month prior to defence  date)

Student Profiles

Call for Papers
Graduate Calendar

 Plagiarism and Complementarity


Dates & Deadlines

Fall Timetable
Winter Timetable
Summer Timetable
Registration Change Form
Academic Change Form
Thesis Defence Submission Dates


Thesis Forms, Templates & Policies

Formatting Guidelines

Grad Navigate
The Graduate Newsletter
FGPA Website
The Jeanie and William Barton
Resource Centre 
General Course Descriptions
Calculate your GPA
Terms and Conditions of Admission and Funding Electronic Thesis Deposit


Application Deadlines for Graduation