Date & time
Study Policy and Governance, 5.00pm-6.00pm (AEDT), Thursday 13 October 2022
Design and deliver better public policy by undertaking a program from the Policy and Governance department at the Crawford School of Public Policy.
The Policy and Governance group offers programs in public administration, public policy (including specialisations in 15 areas), and executive public policy, as well as unique opportunities for students to develop and advance their skills in applied policy research through projects and internships.
This webinar is led by the Head of Policy and Governance Department and Foundation Director, Institute for Infrastructure in Society at the Crawford School of Public Policy, Professor Sara Bice.
This interactive webinar provides a unique opportunity to ask Sara questions about the study options at Crawford, so that you can feel inspired and informed about your next move.
The various degrees provide rich options to meet your interest and needs in various public policy roles and institutions:
Your expert: Professor Sara Bice
Professor Sara Bice, the host of this session, is Head of Policy and Governance Department and Foundation Director, Institute for Infrastructure in Society at the Crawford School of Public Policy.
The interactive session with Professor Sara Bice, as part of our Program Information Webinar Week, will bring you the opportunity to look deeper into the programs, study structures and modes, the supports you would receive and more. Come along and find answers that can enable you to make informed decisions.
Student stories: Angel Martinez
Angel Martinez graduated from the Master of Public Policy in 2021. She now works for the government in the Philippines as Cluster Head of her portfolio at the Department of Finance.
“Public policy is central to my line of work. As a public servant, I not only encounter a wide array of public policy issues, but I am also involved in implementing policies.”
“I was fortunate to have such brilliant professors. I was exposed to a variety of teaching styles that helped me to learn policies based on theoretical and contemporary ideas.”
Do you have more questions or require additional information?
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