In the Master of Public Policy and Management you’ll refine a high-level analytic skillset that meets the demands of complex public policy-making. Use the theoretical and analytical perspectives and debates you learn in public policy, governance and management to generate understandings of the institutions, processes and practices of contemporary government and policy.
With over 30 years of teaching and learning, the Master of Public Policy and Management is the premier degree of its kind in Australia. Understand the challenges and opportunities of interdependence, national and local institutions, diversity and dynamics of global, and appreciate the potential and limits of public policy action.
Who is it for?
Prepare yourself for a career in national and international leadership and government roles through this comprehensive postgraduate program. Benefit from hands-on experience in public, private or community sector management and gain the transferrable theoretical and practical skills you need for a mobile career.
Draw on the expertise of senior leaders from state and federal government and public service delivery organisations. The tutors and mentors in the Master of Public Policy and Management have a vast range of experience across government, politics, public service, parliament, the media, academia, and international development organisations.
Where will it take me?
On graduation from the Master of Public Policy and Management, you will be ready for work in professional fields including:
- Senior policy and arts officer
- Manager of policy and international relations
- Policy and planning manager
- Investment advisor for government
- Policy analyst
- Government communications advisor.
Graduates have also gone on to work in global organisations including:
- Australia Bureau of Statistics
- Bangladesh Ministry of Finance
- Department of Justice
- Embassy of Nepal (Beijing)
- Royal Women’s Hospital
- The Australian Agency for International Development Toshiba Television (Beijing)
- University of Essex
- Victoria Police.
Applications must be submitted by:
- 31 December for Semester One (February) 2017 entry
- 31 May for Semester Two (July) 2017 entry
It is strongly recommended that applications are submitted by 31 October, 2016 for Semester 1, 2017 intake and 31 March, 2017 for Semester 2, 2017 intake to ensure that your application is assessed in time for processing of student visas.
Later applications may be accepted from onshore applicants. Please email Arts Grad admissions
For more detailed information please visit the Graduate Coursework application information web page.