Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKYSPP) at the National University of Singapore and Sciences Po School of Public Affairs are launching a two-year double degree programme between their respective Master in Public Policy and Master in European Affairs.
Students will begin the dual programme at Sciences Po School of Public Affairs in Paris, continuing at LKYSPP in Singapore in their second year.
Studying at leading universities in both Paris and Singapore, students will gain an in-depth understanding of public policy issues from European and Asian perspectives. Admitting students from different cultures into both schools also contributes to a greater exchange of insights and ideas among the student cohort.
Learning beyond the textbook
During the first year at Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, student learning will go beyond the fundamental modules on public policy. Students will gain industry exposure through policy labs where they will collaborate with clients to co-develop and test practical solutions aimed at solving policy challenges. At LKYSPP, they will define real-world policy issues and develop recommendations as part of the school’s Policy Analysis Exercise.
The first cohort of students in the dual degree programme will start classes in Paris in September 2018.
More information on the dual degree with Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore
- Read the press release from 18 May 2017 (Pdf, 170 Ko)
- Find out more about dual Master's degrees at Sciences Po
- Find out more about graduate studies at Sciences Po
- How can solutions be found to global public policy challenges? Read the interview with Yann Algan, current head of the GPPN and dean of the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, and Helmut Anheier, dean of the Hertie School of Governance