ACI seeks to contribute to the enhancement of economic growth and living standards in the region. It serves as a regional repository of competitiveness information that enables analyses of long-term trends in economic policies and development. It conducts research to understand patterns of policy and economic development, and develops models that are applicable to different contexts. It also undertakes projects to assess current competitiveness of key economic clusters and provide policy inputs for enhancing growth. Within this broad context, CAG has mapped out two initial areas of research: the mechanisms of global governance, and energy governance. The energy governance programme examines the policies and institutions needed to bring about a shift to a more effective, efficient, and sustainable global energy system, with a focus on the role of Asia in shaping globalisation forces.
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Hedayetunnessa Palki Ahmad Bangladesh I believe cross cultural benefits is a very important tool for learning. I knew I would be meeting students from different international backgrounds. The 6-week-long full-time programme features a rigorous curriculum that focuses on developing leadership and governance competencies of participants, equipping them with the tools to take on challenges at a global level.
Class Profile Senior leaders who hail from diverse backgrounds in the public, private and non-profit sectors with a strong passion for inspiring positive changes globally. Curriculum The programme comprises of four core clusters and four deep dive sessions conducted by our faculty members. Admissions Criteria Senior leaders in government, non-profit and private organisations. Special Guest Speakers Some of the best minds from the private and public sector are invited to share their knowledge and experience.
These speakers include political leaders, senior civil servants, corporate CEOs, and more. Class Profile The Master in International Affairs class comprise about 30 students from diverse academic and professional backgrounds, all with a keen interest in global affairs and Asia. Internships and Career Opportunities The School actively engages leading think-tanks, consulting firms, multilateral institutions and not-for-profit organisations to facilitate internships.
Admissions Criteria Applicants seeking admission to the programme must possess a good Bachelors Honours — second class and above degree or its equivalent. Class Profile Coming from more than 20 countries around the world, our MPP cohorts are drawn from the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.
Curriculum The MPP curriculum draws from the disciplines of economics, political science and public management and is complemented by a wide range of specialisation modules and electives. Policy Analysis Exercise MPP students will need to apply the knowledge and skills that they have learnt in the MPP programme to define and analyse policy issues, evaluate existing programmes, formulate and assess policy options and develop specific, actionable recommendations for the client organisations.
Admissions Criteria 2 to 5 years of work experience is preferred. Candidates should demonstrate maturity and commitment towards the public service. Students are typically senior managers from the public and not-for-profit sectors as well as multilateral organisations. Governance Study Project MPA students will have to undertake a year-long Governance Study Project, which consists of a study trip to a neighbouring country and a student conference.
Admissions Criteria Applicants should have attained mid-level managerial position in their career stage. They aspire to management roles and demonstrate commitment towards public service.
Proficiency in written and spoken English is a must.
Lee Kuan Yew Senior Fellowship in Public Service (SFPS)
Pragmatic real-world strategies will equip you for the future to lead and manage change. But today, despite the benefits that globalisation has brought, the challenges have also evolved. The international economics component of this module focuses on the subject of managing globalisation, with discussions on economic forces and geopolitics and how to assess and manage global and regional economic integration. Discover the best way to evaluate public policies and how to adapt exemplary ones to your own situations. Through situation-based challenges, we will guide you on applying governance principles to select issues in economic and social policies. To grasp the volatile landscape, public policy makers and corporate leaders will need keen awareness of developments in technology and an appreciation of how this can contribute to the development of policies and regulations.
Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
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Lee Kuan Yew Postdoctoral Fellowship (LKY PDF), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore