The first term of this academic year is now over and it has been another important term for our Department, as we have welcomed more than 450 students for our Master programmes and our second cohort for our BSc in Philosophy, Politics and Economics.
Publication date: 20 January 2017
Welcome to a new academic year at the School of Public Policy. As at every time this year, we are looking forward to welcoming our new students from around the world and beginning our eight Masters courses, MPA and of course, the second year of our new PPE Programme.
Publication date: 1 September 2016
This was another vibrant term at the School of Public Policy with a great mixture of events; public talks, seminars, academic round-tables and student-led events, as well as career events and events organised by our societies, IPPR and IPAS.
Publication date: 1 April 2016
It has been an important year for our School, as we welcomed students from two new programmes – our new BSc in Philosophy, Politics and Economics and our new MPA in Public Administration and Management. We are also welcoming our second cohort of Executive MPA students this January, coming straight from their first term at NYU Wagner so as ever, it is exciting and changing times at the School of Public Policy.
Publication date: 14 January 2016
As I return to the Department, from a sabbatical at the European University Institute in Florence, I am struck by how much continues to evolve at the School of Public Policy. So much of this change is exciting and 2015/16 is going to be a special year for the Department with the launch of the new BSc in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, our first undergraduate degree and also the first cohort joining us on the Master in Public Administration (MPA) programme for experienced policy-makers.
Publication date: 22 September 2015
It has been a busy and productive spring term. As cherry trees blossom in Tavistock Square, masters students heads turn to dissertation proposal forms. Undergraduate affiliate students will be thinking about essays and how to make the most of the time in London that remains and academic staff will see a window opening for research projects.
Publication date: 22 April 2015