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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Columbia | SIPA's estimated annual revenue is currently $61.6M per year.
  • Columbia | SIPA's estimated revenue per employee is $180,000

Employee Data

  • Columbia | SIPA has 342 Employees.
  • Columbia | SIPA grew their employee count by 1% last year.
  • Columbia | SIPA currently has 1 job openings.

Since 1946, Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs has equipped emerging leaders with the skills, knowledge, and intellectual rigor to solve the world’s most critical public policy, geopolitical, social, and business challenges. SIPA is unique among public policy schools for its diverse, international student body, blend of expert scholars and practitioners who are passionately committed to driving progress in the global public interest, breadth of fields we engage in both traditional and emerging areas, independent research centers, and unparalleled access to global financial institutions, the United Nations, leading NGOs, and the cultural and commercial vibrancy of New York City. At a time of significant global complexity and change, a SIPA degree has never been more relevant. At SIPA, students undertake an inspiring curriculum that cuts across academic disciplines. They develop deep knowledge and practical problem-solving skills through capstone projects, fieldwork, and international internships. They learn from world-class faculty who contribute to Columbia SIPA through their scholarship, experience, mentorship, and broad networks. And they have a home in Columbia’s extraordinary university community. SIPA offers a variety of degree programs to meet the needs of both full-time students and working professionals, including the core two-year Master of International Affairs and Master of Public Administration degrees, the MPA in Development Practice, the MPA in Environmental Science and Policy, the Program in Economic Policy Management for mid-career professionals, the Executive MPA, and the PhD in Sustainable Development. SIPA also provides opportunities for students to earn a dual degree within Columbia or with six international partner institutions.