Master of Public Policy (MPP)

University of Oxford

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Course info

About the courseThe Master of Public Policy (MPP) is an intensive one-year taught degree course that offers a distinctive approach to learning about public policy. It is a transformative opportunity for current and future leaders with a commitment to public service. Taught by outstanding academics as well as expert practitioners you will be uniquely positioned to develop academic knowledge and professional skills to address some of this centurys most complex public policy challenges.The MPP ... READ MORE

Key stats

Uni rankings

CUG ranking
1st
CUG subject ranking
1st

Start date and duration

Start date
08-OCT-23
Full Time
1 year

Modules

Entry requirements

Details
As a minimum, applicants should hold or be predicted to achieve the equivalent of the following UK qualifications: a first-class or strong upper second-class undergraduate degree with honours in any discipline. Applicants should have an outstanding academic record with exceptionally high academic results throughout, or should show an impressive upward trajectory in performance. This may be further evidenced by scholarships or prizes awarded because of academic abilities/achievements or glowing academic references ranking you at the very top of your peer group. For applicants with a degree from the USA, the minimum GPA sought is usually 3.7 out of 4.0.

Tuition fees

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£49,080 per year
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£49,080 per year
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£49,080 per year
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Where you'll study

University of Oxford

University Offices Wellington Square Oxford
Oxfordshire
OX1 2JD United Kingdom Nearest train station: Oxford  0.2 miles away

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