Crawford School of Public Policy - Postgraduate studies information session

Crawford School of Public Policy

Event details

Function

Date & time

Wednesday 18 November 2015
4.00pm–6.00pm

Venue

Crawford School of Public Policy, JG Crawford Building 132, Lennox Crossing, ANU

Speaker

Crawford School of Public Policy.

Contacts

Crawford School of Public Policy

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Crawford School of Public Policy - Postgraduate studies information session

Looking to enhance or build your public policy career? Explore your options at Australia’s top university, right here in Canberra.

Join us for our postgraduate studies information session and we’ll work with you to explore which degree best suits your needs and provide you with tailored course advice to commence your studies in February 2016.

Win a pass to see Cass Sunstein, Behavioural Economist and leading thinker on ‘nudge’ theory and public policy

Register now and attend on the day to go into the draw to win one of two complimentary passes (valued at $750 each, T&C apply*) to one of this year’s major public policy events:

Designing effective and innovative public policy in a complex environment

Featuring Professor Cass Sunstein, Program Director on Behavioural Economics and Public Policy at Harvard Law School and a range of leading international and national policy experts.

Event timetable (print version)

4–6pm Acton Foyer

Student experience featuring:

4–5pm Weston Theatre

Degree presentations for your public policy success featuring

4.00pm Your public policy success
Presented by Professor Robert Breunig, Acting Director, Crawford School of Public Policy

4.15pm What’s the right policy and governance degree for me: Master of Public Administration and Master of Public Policy
Presented by Professor Adrian Kay, Education Director, Crawford School of Public Policy

4.25pm What’s the right economic policy degree for me: Master of International and Development Economics and Master of Environmental and Resource Economics
Presented by Professor Renee Fry-McKibbin, Crawford School of Public Policy & Associate Dean (Research), ANU College of Asia and the Pacific

4.35pm What’s the right resources and environment degree for me: Master of Environmental Management and Development, Master of Climate Change and Master of Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development
Presented by Associate Professor Frank Jotzo, Deputy Director, Crawford School of Public Policy

4.45pm What’s the right national security degree for me: Master of National Security Policy
Presented by Professor Roger Bradbury, National Security College, Crawford School of Public Policy

4.55pm Making my choice: The student experience and course advice
Presented by Associate Professor Sharon Bessell, Research Director, Crawford School of Public Policy

5–6pm Degree and course advice
Griffin Room and Lennox Room

Academic staff and Senior Course Coordinators
All degree programs
Apply online with us for 2016

At Crawford School of Public Policy, you can choose from degree programs that will give you maximum flexibility in your studies in a range of contemporary areas relevant to national, regional and international issues, including applied economics and economic policy; environment and resources; aid and development; public administration; and policy and governance.

Choose from Crawford School degrees in:

If you are thinking about a professional development, we can also assist you with a range of short course options in our extensive Executive Education program.

ANU is ranked number one for Australia’s most employable graduates**: Crawford School graduates are employed at all levels of government in Australia and around the world, as well as working in the private sector and community organisations. Crawford School students join an international alumni, with access to an enduring regional and global network of like-minded people striving to make a difference with evidence-based public policy and sound public administration.

To ensure we can best assist you at the Crawford School postgraduate studies information session or to learn more about public policy degrees at Crawford School, please contact us via crawford.degrees@anu.edu.au.

*T&C apply: pass is not refundable and cannot be sold

**Emerge Global Employability Survey 2014

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