Knowledge. Critical thinking. Engagement.

Mount Allison’s Department of Politics and International Relations combines traditional and innovative approaches to equip students with the knowledge and critical thinking skills they need for active and creative engagement with the world around them.

The Department’s faculty are accomplished scholars and teachers whose expertise reaches across the fields of Canadian politics, comparative politics, global studies, international politics, and political theory.

Intensive learning and research opportunities abound for students interested in building upon the foundation of their course work through independent study projects or through study abroad programs and other international experiences.

Students are involved in many clubs and societies on campus as well as in the community and internationally. They are regularly recognized by the University for their contributions to life at Mount Allison.





The power of networking with Chloe Duguay: Summer Student Internship 
Third-year international relations student and Bell Scholar Chloe Duguay is working in her hometown of Truro, NS this summer as a Community Engagement and Research Intern at United Way Colchester through the Experiential Learning & Career Development Internship Program at Mount Allison. 
Taking the risk
David Spence (’19) shares his journey from high school dropout to working for the UN — spoiler — Mount Allison plays a big role
Mount Allison recent alumnus selected as a 2023 McCall MacBain Scholar 
Jonathan Ferguson (‘21) joins the next cohort of McCall MacBain Scholars at McGill

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