The Dubai School of Government works closely with the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore. The two institutions collaborate on a number of initiatives, including the exchange of knowledge and best practice for research and publication purposes; visiting scholars and faculty exchange; and, teaching on public policy and management, including executive education programs for senior regional officials.
The Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy was established in 2004 at a time when the importance of public policy and management was seen to be ever increasing in Southeast Asia and the Pacific. Currently, the School confers three Master degrees: the Master in Public Policy; the Master in Public Administration; and, the Master in Public Management. While the curricula of the three degree programs are similar to those offered in other leading schools of public policy around the world, they are also outstanding for their emphasis on the public policy experiences of Asian countries and the critical challenges facing them. The School also offers a diverse slate of quality executive education programs to meet the specialized educational and training needs of senior executives.
Among the many strengths of the Lee Kuan Yew School is a diverse faculty drawn from all over the world. An equally diverse student population from throughout Asia and beyond provides a rich and lively learning environment inside and outside the classroom, as well as opportunities for forming lasting international friendships. The School also enjoys the support of alumni in over 26 countries. It has established a respected track record in providing first rate public policy education and access to the public policy experiences of Singapore and Asia.
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