Public Administration (Online) - MPA


Online University of Birmingham    Birmingham Online

June, October Other 2.5 years distance learning

About the course

The Online Masters of Public Administration from the University of Birmingham helps public-sector professionals to make a positive difference, help manage change and evaluate impact within local governance and strategic public management. The 100% online programme is delivered through the Institute of Local Government Studies (INLOGOV) – the UK’s leading centre for the study of local public service management, policy and governance.

Lead positive change, study the latest international thinking and master unique public-sector strategy with the Online Masters of Public Administration from the University of Birmingham.

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Entry Requirements

In order to be accepted onto the Online Masters of Public Administration , applicants must possess:
• At least an upper second-class degree or postgraduate diploma from a UK university or equivalent
• 3.5 GPA
• A reference (this is dependant on your entry mode and may not be required)
• A statement of purpose (this is dependant on your entry mode and may not be required)
For international students, standard English language requirements apply. You must have an IELTS 6.5 with no less than 6.0 in any band.


Fees

Full fee: £14,040
instalments: £1,080

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Student Profile(s)

Vanna Curi,Online Masters of Public Administration

This programme was without a doubt the most appropriate academic path for me. I could have gone to many other competitive schools to obtain my masters, but the University of Birmingham offered a world-renowned reputation for excellence, the most flexibility, affordability, attentive academic staff, and most importantly; the convenient part-time timeframe.

Ana Soochit, Online Masters of Public Administration

This programme is helping me to identify gaps and resolve problems faster and more effectively. It is helping me view local government through wider lenses and a future towards e-governments, greater public involvement and co-production of services and delivery.

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