The most important criterion is the commitment to leading change for a better future and a readiness to gain skills that are needed for success as a manager or analyst in public affairs. All applicants must demonstrate a strong command of English (as demonstrated through TOEFL scores) and hold a relevant bachelor’s degree, with a grade point average of 2.75 or better (overall ranking of gayyid).
Professional work experience is highly desirable, but not required. In addition, applicants to the MPP program must have adequate preparation in analytical methods.
University Financial Support
Graduate fellowships are available for public policy and public administration students and potential students.