The MPP degree is an intersectional and practical course which aims to manage all three pillars of public policy – design, execution, and communication.
Most candidates applying to MPP/MPA programs are so focused on the application process itself, that not enough attention is given to what happens once you graduate. And that’s when real life hits.
While each school and specific program has its own application process, this post will give you an overview and highlight the most common requirements of the application.
Postgraduate public policy degrees are gaining popularity in India, particularly amongst lawyers looking to work on broader national and international issues. Schools that offer Masters’ degrees in this field have been around for a few decades though – especially in the United States.