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MAPPM - Application deadline extended to 2015/04/30
The Department of Public Policy is pleased to announce its Taught Postgraduates Programme in Public Policy & Management.  The MAPPM addresses critical issues in improving the governance, leadership, quality and responsiveness of public services. It offers:

•    Comparative Perspectives
•    Enhancement of Analytical and Critical Skills
•    Integration of Theories and Practices
•    Experiential Learning through Residential and Study Tour
•    Local and Global Trends in Public Policy, Management and Governance
•    Guest Lectures from International Speakers and Practitioners
On successful completion of the programme, graduates are able to:
  • Discover and analyse critically current and emerging knowledge relating to principles, theories and practices in international and local   governance, public policy and management;
  • Contrast and assess critically the roles, inter-relationships and limitations of various actors and organizations involved in governance, policy making and public management;
  • Explain, compare and evaluate critically values, ethical principles and cultural traditions shaping policy-making processes and the delivery of services to the community;
  • Be creative in problem solving and demonstrate practical and, as appropriate, innovative management, planning, team-working, decision-making and research skills;
  • Contribute to the development of knowledge about public policy and management by active discovery through undertaking supervised dissertation or other project-related coursework.

Our students include:
•    Administrative, Executive and Disciplined Services Officers;
•    Professionals in in health- or social welfare-related services:
•    University Administrators or School Teachers;
•    Journalists, Accountants, Lawyers and various Private Sector Business Managers;
•    District Council Members and Assistants to Legislative or District Councilors;
•    And many others who want to know more about public policy and governance.

For further information of the programme, please refer to our pamphlet and Chow Yei Ching School of Graduate Studies’ online prospectus.

Tel: (852) 3442 7533
Fax: (852) 3442 0413