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The ticks () indicate the session in which modules are running.

Modules S1
25/10/22
15/01/23
S2
24/01/23
02/04/23
S3
21/04/23
18/06/23
S4
20/06/23
27/08/23
Decentralisation and Local GovernanceRunningNot RunningRunningRunning
Environmental and Social Impact AssessmentNot RunningRunningNot RunningNot Running
Financial ReportingNot RunningRunningNot RunningNot Running
Human Resource Management and DevelopmentNot RunningRunningNot RunningRunning
Managing Organisational ChangeRunningNot RunningRunningNot Running
Privatisation and Public Private PartnershipsNot RunningNot RunningRunningRunning
Project AppraisalRunningNot RunningRunningNot Running
Project, Programme and Policy EvaluationNot RunningRunningNot RunningRunning
Public Financial Management: Audit and ComplianceNot RunningNot RunningRunningNot Running
Public Financial Management: Planning and PerformanceNot RunningRunningNot RunningRunning
Public Financial Management: RevenueRunningRunningRunningRunning
Public Policy and Management: Development AssistanceRunningRunningNot RunningNot Running
Public Policy and Management: Perspectives and IssuesRunningNot RunningRunningNot Running
Public Policy and StrategyRunningNot RunningRunningNot Running
The IMF and Economic PolicyNot RunningRunningRunningRunning
Research S1
25/10/22
15/01/23
S2
24/01/23
02/04/23
S3
21/04/23
18/06/23
S4
20/06/23
27/08/23
Research MethodsRunningRunningRunningRunning
Dissertation – You will need to enrol by the enrolment deadline for Session 2, you will then have until the end of Session 4 in the same academic year to complete your research, write up your results and submit your final thesis.
Study calendars are subject to change.

MSc Public Policy and Management