About Executive Education
Executive Education at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy plays an integral role in the School’s mission of inspiring leaders, improving lives and transforming Asia. Executive Education programmes are designed to serve the needs of organisations and working professionals in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors, helping strengthen their leadership and management capabilities to perform more effectively in this rapidly changing environment. Since established in 2005, Executive Education programmes have been delivered to almost 8,000 individuals from 68 countries.
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Vibrant Intellectual Environment
Participants in our Executive Programmes experience intellectual renewal, strengthen their abilities and broaden their perspectives in a world-class learning environment that involves teaching by pre-eminent scholars, practitioners and colleagues.
Our faculty members emphasise interactive teaching methods, including simulations, case studies, debates and panel discussions in addition to the presentation of new analytical frameworks, with the aim of engaging participants as experienced practitioners.
Global Focus and Asian Perspectives
Our School offers a unique opportunity for public policy education in a distinctive environment that is both Asian and global. The principles of public policy taught in the School are universally applicable. However, the School's location in Asia and its diverse student and alumni body provide valuable opportunities to network with future generations of Asian policy-makers as well as gain insight into the latest thinking coming from Asia. Our faculty’s extensive knowledge and research also focus substantially on issues and challenges confronting Asia.