The B.A. (Hons.) in Public Policy programme has core courses to provide foundational insights of social science to illuminate relationships of people to society and cultures, and to the natural world. In line with the University’s emphasis on interdisciplinarity, the curriculum creates opportunities for students to take elective courses, including some offered in other schools, as well as foreign language courses. Students get adequate guidance and mentoring to plan their own pathways towards different careers in which they can connect social science knowledge to different kinds of policy.
Our faculty has developed pedagogies adaptable to online and classroom learning, embodying global standards. PP students get well-rounded, holistic education, which includes experiential learning, through field visits, and peer-to-peer learning, by participation in conferences, activities of numerous clubs, and organisation of academic and sports events.
(Intensive Policy Analysis Bootcamp)
(Intensive Policy Analysis Bootcamp, writing policy briefs)
Technology, Economy and Society; Climate Change; Land Acquisition and Displacement; Urban Studies; Education, Knowledge and Skill; Health; Pollution; Employment and Labour Policy.