The 2-year Master in Public Policy (MPP) Programme is designed for young professionals who seek rigorous education and training in public affairs. The MPP program provides a strong foundation for future public service leaders in policy analysis, programme evaluation, and management in the public and private sector. The programme prepares candidates with skills that enables them to work in many settings -- from national, state, and local government; and in think tanks, consulting firms, multilateral institutions and non-profit organizations.
Taught by our eminent faculty who come from some of the most prestigious institutions globally, the small class size of 60 students facilitates dynamic interaction between professors and students, and amongst the students themselves . A prestigious network of partner institutions worldwide allows qualified Master students a unique opportunity to spend a year abroad pursuing a double degree or spend a semester abroad on exchange.
MPP students come from more than 25 countries around the world; they are drawn from the public, private and not-for-profit sector, with international students constituting roughly 80 percent of the student body.
A sample cohort includes candidates in positions such as Communication Officer, UNDP, Malaysia; Analyst, Goldman Sachs; Analyst, Australian Department of Defence; Associate, Ernst & Young; Research Associate, Harvard University; Radio Producer, UN Mission in Sudan; Senior Assistant Director, Ministry of Trade and Industry, Singapore and Junior Diplomat, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Indonesia to name a few.
The LKY School also offers students a wide range of professional development services through career counselling, career panels and employer information sessions, networking events with alumni and professional skills workshops. Graduates of the LKY School go on to distinguished careers all over the world in multilateral, government and non-profit sectors.
For enquiries, please contact either
Joyce Cuff at (65) 6516 5357 or
Regine Wong at (65) 6516 4845
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