Admission Announcement Master in Public Policy MPP2026 (Normal Cycle)
March 11, 2024

Admission Announcement Master in Public Policy MPP2026 (Normal Cycle)

March 11, 2024

Fulbright School of Public Policy and Management would like to call for applications for Master in Public Policy program(Class of MPP2026) in 2024 with 02 concentrations: (i) Policy Analysis; and (ii) Leadership and Management.

Unlike the Early Cycle, the Normal Cycle occurs on a yearly basis, spanning three months. Individuals from various professions and sectors, including the public sector, private sector, and social organizations, are welcome to submit their applications. Prospective applicants must fulfill the eligibility criteria outlined in the application guidelines for this year's MPP program.

(i) Prospective candidates for Policy Analysis concentration includes:

  • Group 1: Officials from public sectors; lecturer, officials from public universities and research institutes. 
  • Group 2: Managers and executives from enterprises (including SOEs); social organizations; press and news agencies; lecturers, officials from private universities and research institutes; and fresh graduates.

(ii) Prospective candidates for Leadership & Management concentration includes middle and senior managers; managers in government agencies, enterprises; NPO/NGO organizations.

All successful candidates are eligible for scholarship ranging from 40% to 100% of tuition fees.

For more details, please read the full announcement HERE

Admission schedule

  • 12/3 – 09/6/2024: Open for online applications
  • 29-30/6/2024: Admission interview 
  • 10/7/2024: Admission results announcement
  • 09/9/2024: Inauguration & Orientation.

Application package includes

  • Online application form
  • Personal essay (500-700 words to Policy Analysis concentration, 600 – 800 words to Leadership and Management concentration) in English/Vietnamese (language of expression is of personal choice). Guidelines on personal essay can be accessed via FSPPM website:
  • Passport photo (3x4 cm).
  • Scanned copies of bachelor's degrees (or higher) and academic transcripts. 
  • English Certificates (optional), additional diplomas or certificates (if applicable).


  • Candidates who do not graduate from economic and management majors must complete foundational courses as required by MOET (more details can be found at FSPPM's website:
  • English Certificates (optional) are valid within 2 years (until application deadline) and fulfill requirements at item 7. Languages Proficiency in the Admission Announcement.

For more information

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