What kind of majors can you study there and why is it appealing? Who is Woodrow Wilson?
The Woodrow Wilson School is a graduate school at Princeton that focuses on public policy and international affairs. It also has an undergraduate program that used to be selective, but no longer so now. Students can declare the major at the end of their Sophomore year.
The major in public policy/government/international affairs is appealing to students who want to work in the public sector or consulting after graduation. The curriculum is quite demanding and employers recognize that. The special aspects of this major includes Policy Task Force and Study Abroad options during Junior Year.
Woodrow Wilson used to be the president of Princeton University and he was also the president of the United States.