Dual degree with the University of Washington’s Evans School of Policy and Governance

We've partnered with the Evans School of Policy and Governance in the US to offer a unique dual degree programme where students earn two degrees over two years.

The School of Government has partnered with the Evans School of Policy and Governance in the United States to offer a unique dual degree programme where students can earn two degrees over two years.

In the first year, students will study a Global Master of Public Administration at the Evans School in Seattle, Washington.  Evans School’s public affairs programme is well regarded and is currently ranked number five in the United States by the U.S. News & World Report.

In the second year, students will study at Victoria’s School of Government where they can choose to earn a Master of Public Policy, Master of Public Management, or Master of E-Government.

The dual degree is designed for ambitious members of the public sector looking to upskill and become more effective in their areas of expertise.

The time taken to complete the dual master's degree is less than if the two degrees were completed separately. This is possible because equivalent courses in the two contributing degrees are only undertaken once.

Evans School of Public Policy and Governance

The Evans School of Public Policy and Governance is based at the University of Washington where it has built a reputation as one of the best public policy schools in the United States. The school is defined by a tradition of rigorous study, innovative research, and a commitment to public service.

The school is based in Seattle, a bustling water front city in the Pacific Northwest known for its art, culture, restaurants, and natural beauty.

Apply

If you are interested in applying for the programme you can do so through the Evans School of Public Policy and Governance website. Applications close at the end of April.

Please note: students will be required to pay full course fees for their study at the Evans School as well as cover their own accommodation and living costs while in the United States.

For more information please contact Scott Fritzen or Amanda Wolf.

AProf Scott Fritzen profile-picture photograph

AProf Scott Fritzen

AProf Scott Fritzen

Associate Professor and Director of Global MPA degree
University of Washington

Academic Programme Leader
Wellington School of Business and Government