The mission of Stanford’s Graduate School of Education is to develop the knowledge, wisdom, and imagination of its students to enable them to take leadership positions in efforts to improve the quality of education around the globe. To this end the GSE offers two degree programs for students. They include the Master of Arts in Education (M.A.) degree, and the Doctor of Philosophy of Education (Ph.D.) degree. Each year the GSE has approximately 200 MA students and 200 PhD students pursuing degrees.
The M.A. degree is a 9 or 12 month intensive program for students who wish to study a particular field in education. There are 9 programs of study including 2 joint degree programs.
The PhD. degree prepares students to be leaders in education through rigorous research training under the guidance of an assigned faculty mentor/advisor. Graduates often assume roles as university faculty, senior-level education leaders, policymakers, and researchers.
EdCareers will host an Internship Fair in fall 2015.
|Internship Fair||September 28, 2015, Ceras 101 and Lobby from, 4:30pm-6:30pm|
This is an invaluable opportunity to recruit great talent for your organization as well as to foster connections with the GSE. Register your organization through the EdCareers Database. View all EdCareers events.
The Education Club at Stanford brings together GSE and Graduate School of Business (GSB) students to discuss education reform and policy, with a focus on leadership, management and business. They provide programming and career resources, including hosting employer information sessions. Inquire about holding an information session on campus by emailing GSB_educationclubfirstname.lastname@example.org
View our Annual Graduation Placement reports to give you an idea of the industries and functions our students pursue after completing their degree. Here are some quick highlights from the class of 2014: