Beca ASEM-Fletcher School

Programa GMAP

Desde el año 2002, la Asociación y la prestigiosa Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy de Tufts University, trabajan conjuntamente para ofrecer a los socios de la ASEM la oportunidad de cursar una maestría en esa institución. 

Anualmente, la Escuela ofrece una beca del 50% a los socios de la ASEM para el programa Global Masters of Arts Programme, el cual sigue un modelo de educación a distancia, dirigido a profesionales que buscan el grado académico de maestría sin que sea necesario separarse de sus labores profesionales. 

El programa tiene la duración de 1 año académico e incluye tres estancias de dos semanas en las instalaciones de la Universidad y una más en una ciudad por definir. Para conocer más sobre los requisitos para postular como miembro de la ASEM, comunícate con nosotros.


Al día de hoy, 13 miembros del Servicio Exterior Mexicano y de la ASEM se han beneficiado con esta beca.

Más información sobre la FSLD y el GMAP:

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Watch our Postcard from the International Residency in London and come meet us in Washington D.C.! 


London Postcard

GMAP recently returned from its annual two-week January residency, this year in London! The January residency is part of the program’s innovative hybrid model, providing international professionals the flexibility to remain at their jobs while earning a master's degree through online courses and fostering a deep-knit community through in-person class sessions at residencies.

We're offering a chance to experience the GMAP 2020 International Residency through the eyes of Dr. Deborah Winslow Nutter, Senior Associate Dean and Founding Director of GMAP. If you are interested in learning more about #GMAPinLondon and what happens at our international residencies, be sure to watch our 
Postcard from London video recap.


Meet GMAP on the Road! D.C. Visit: February 19-21

Please join us in Washington, D.C. from Wednesday to Friday, February 19-21, for an opportunity to meet with our admissions team and learn more about the program. Register today for a one-on-one informational meeting at The Fairfax at Embassy Row.


The January International Residency for the GMAP Class of 2020 is well underway in London! 


Here are some highlights from our first week:

  • Opening Dinner celebration at the Oxford and Cambridge Club

  • Guest speaker Gil Bennett, OBE, Author and Former Chief Historian of the British Foreign & Commonwealth Office

  • SIMULEX, a major crisis management exercise in which participants assume the roles of national policy makers in an international scenario

Students also had their first class sessions for the following courses:

The week ended with our annual Alumni Weekend, attended by over 60 GMAP alumni from all over the world. Events included:

  • Opening Dinner featuring Fletcher graduate, politician, and author of House of Cards, Lord Michael Dobbs

  • Networking event with current students and alumni

  • A visit from Dean of the Fletcher School, Rachel Kyte (GMAP02)

  • Panels led by alumni experts in their fields on topics ranging from geopolitics and leadership to energy and technology

  • Guest Speaker Rachel Sylvester, Columnist for The Times

  • Tours of Parliament, the Churchill War Rooms, and The Wallace Collection 

To follow along with our London residency, search our hashtags #GMAPinLondon and #FletcherGMAP on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.