A two-year full-time program blends foundational study with hands-on training and networking
The programme is designed to examine the most pressing policy issues of our time through an interdisciplinary lens, transcending the limits of a single country or region by bringing together perspectives from political science, sociology, economics, law, history and business/technology.
Built upon a uniquely analytical approach that considers the broader impact of governing beyond nation states, students learn not only which policy tools to consider, but how best to combine and orchestrate these tools in order to design effective transnational policies that are outcome-driven.
Both modular and flexible, the core curriculum is designed to examine key transnational themes such as migration, climate change, gender governance, digital policy, trade and finance, and peace and security, to name a few.
Students are required to declare a focus in one or more consolidation theme areas at the end of the first year in order to direct their professional development internship experience. The second year will require focused study in their selected thematic areas of specialisation to prepare them for proactive career development activities.