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International Exchange Program

Study public policy abroad

Second Year MPP students have the opportunity to study abroad for the Fall term of their second year at one of SPPG’s exchange partner institutions. Application for exchange term is a competitive process managed by the Centre for International Experience (CIE).

 

The Hertie School of Governance

The Hertie School offers a two-year Master of Public Policy programme taught in English with an academically demanding, practice-oriented curriculum. Hertie typically has 4 spaces allocated for MPP students travelling from SPPG.
Location: Berlin
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PSIA

The Paris School of International Affairs

The PSIA program embraces complexity and equips students with common conceptual and methodological tools needed to contextualize and intelligently handle contemporary world issues. SciencesPo typically has up to 5-6 spaces allocated for MPP students travelling from SPPG.
Location: Paris
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Lee Kuan

The Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy

Study in a truly international community, which provides rigorous training for a strong foundation in policy analysis, programme evaluation and management. LKY has 1 space allocated for MPP students travelling from SPPG.
Location: Singapore
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Lee Kuan

The National Graduate Institute for Public Policy

The Master’s of Public Policy Programme educates young professionals in local or national governments, international organizations and policy institutes in the technical skills needed to be professional policy analysts. GRIPS typically has up to 2 spaces allocated for MPP students travelling from SPPG.
Please Note: The exchange term to Japan spans the months of Oct.–Jan., which impacts the expected graduation date of MPP students, as they will not be able to resume their Yr.2 studies until the January following the exchange term.
Location: Japan
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The MPP exchange term is a competitive process. MPP students in good standing at the end of their first term of studies are endorsed to apply to the exchange process through the CIE. For more information about the University of Toronto’s Graduate Exchange Program from the School of Graduate Studies (click below).
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