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About the MSc programme

This programme offers high-quality teaching by leading scholars in public administration, public management, public policy and political science.

You will take a compulsory course in Approaches and Issues in Public Policy and Administration and will choose from a number of courses in the areas of public management and public policy, in addition to a methods course, and completing a dissertation. By taking appropriate combinations of courses you can obtain the MSc with a specialised stream in Comparative Public Policy and Administration or Public Management, and can choose to have the specialisation noted on your degree certificate.

Graduate destinations

Graduates of this programme follow careers in a broad variety of fields including education, public policy research, advice and consultancy as well as government and the media. They have gone on to occupy senior positions in a range of organisations including the Financial Times, the National Audit Office, Morgan Stanley, the World Bank, leading universities and research institutes worldwide as well as the national, regional and local civil services of many countries.

Further information on graduate destinations for this programme


Visit the MSc Public Policy and Administration page on the London School of Economics and Political Science website for more details!

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