NUS – Lee Kuan Yew School Of Public Policy
The Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKYSPP), part of the National University of Singapore aims to be the leading global public policy school in Asia, developing thought leadership, improving standards of governance and transforming lives for a more sustainable world.
Our valuable partnerships have resulted in productive collaborations with other leading global institutions and we are part of the prestigious Global Public Policy Network. As a result, you get to take part in exchange programmes with our partners. Our active and diverse faculty contribute op-ed articles to widely-read publications. We have an impressive alumni network that spans over 80 countries and comprises ambassadors, senators, social entrepreneurs, government officials and private sector leaders serving Asia and beyond.
Our school’s flagship digital platform, Global-is-Asian focuses on policy issues affecting Asia and the world. Backed by research and grounded in practitioners' experience, our content aims to shape global thinking and steer meaningful conversations on Asian policy issues, especially among policymakers and fellow academics.
The school has demonstrated expertise in four core research areas:
- • Policy Studies, Public Management and Governance;
- • Social Policy;
- • International Relations and Global Governance;
- • Economic Development and Competitiveness.
Housed in the beautiful and lush Singapore Botanic Gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, our campus includes four vibrant research centres. The research centres address varied areas of policy challenges: regional competitiveness in Asia, the role of Asia in global affairs, governance and social policy in Singapore and across Asia, and water and environmental stress across Asia.
Click on the “Course Available” tab to find out the courses that we are offering. Details on each programme could be found at the respective pages.
- • Master in International Affairs (MIA)
- • Master in Public Policy (MPP)
- • Double Master Degree in Public Policy and European Affairs (MPP-MEA)
- • Master in Public Administration (MPA)
- • Master in Public Administration and Management (MPAM)
- • PhD in Public Policy
The self-funded, full-time, two-year Double Master Degree in Public Policy and European Affairs (MPP-MEA) is offered by the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at NUS, and the...