The Fulbright School of Public Policy and Management (FSPPM) attracts a highly diverse range of students from 62 provinces nationwide. Our students have worked in government, business, finance, journalism, law and education. This diversity is a major strength, providing many different professional, economic and societal perspectives to problems and solutions of public policy and management.
Some students enroll directly after completing an undergraduate degree, while others have accumulated significant experience in professional practice. Our students have at least 2-5 years of working experience before embarking on their education journey at FSPPM. This encourages a mature and reflective approach to study that draws on professional skills and experience gained prior to the program. Students with an undergraduate degree in any field are eligible for admission and encouraged to apply.
View our student profiles to get an indication of the likely peer cohort for new students at FSPPM:
Graduation and Employability
The MPP program prepares students for careers in the public and private sectors, research institutes and diverse non-governmental organizations.
Each year, graduates are surveyed 6 months following graduation. Of the most recent MPP graduates surveyed, we received employment status data from 73 out of 84 graduates (87%), of whom 95% were employed right after graduation and 5% pursued higher education.