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Crawford School of Public Policy presents

 

Graduate studies information session

 

Public event


When:

3rd June 2015
4-6pm

Where:

Canberry/Springbank Room, Level 1, JG Crawford Building 132, Lennox Crossing, ANU

Speakers:

Crawford School of Public Policy

Cost:

Free

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Crawford School of Public Policy – Graduate studies information session

Looking to enhance or build your public policy career? Look no further than a graduate degree from Crawford School of Public Policy at Australia’s top ranked university right here in Canberra.

Join us for our graduate studies information session and we’ll work with you to explore which degree best suits your needs and provide you with tailored course advice. You can still apply now for mid-year entry in 2015 or plan your commencement for 2016.

At Crawford School, you can choose from degree programs that will give you maximum flexibility in your studies in a range of contemporary areas relevant to national, regional and international issues, including applied economics and economic policy; environment and resources; aid and development; public administration; and policy and governance.

Choose from Crawford School degrees in:

If you are thinking about professional development, we can also assist you with a range of short course options in our extensive Executive Education program.

ANU is ranked number one for Australia’s most employable graduates*: Crawford School graduates are employed at all levels of government in Australia and around the world, as well as working in the private sector and community organisations. Crawford School students join an international alumni, with access to an enduring regional and global network of like-minded people striving to make a difference with evidence-based public policy and sound public administration.

To ensure we can best assist you at this information session or to learn more about public policy degrees at Crawford School, please contact us via crawford.degrees@anu.edu.au.

* Emergency Global Employability Survey 2014

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