Attention:Chinese citizen can not participate in the double degree program or non degree program, due to the Peking University's policy.
In the Graduate School of Public Policy, our remit is to conduct academic researches that enable us to make recommendations on public policy issues specifically. If you are a student specializing in public policy but seeking a better understanding of global interrelationships, the CAMPUS Asia program offers you a chance to expand your horizons through periods of study in the School of International Relations at Peking University and in the Graduate School of International Studies at Seoul National University. Public policy and international relations are closely related disciplines. Cross-cultural studies in three countries will equip you with specialized expertise and a deeper understanding of complex interrelated processes. For example, this program enables those who aspire to public office as officials or diplomats to supplement their knowledge of Japanese economy and law with a broader contextualized perspective. Such increased sophistication in our understanding of Japan, China and Korea, the three leading East Asian economies, will lead to a significant enhancement in our contributions to government policymaking.
For students thinking of studying their specialization at a university in China or South Korea, language can be an insuperable barrier. Now MPP/CAP offers you the opportunity to take advanced-level courses in international studies at Peking University and Seoul National University in English. You will be able to enroll in classes of leading academics in each country and thereby acquire knowledge that could not be obtained otherwise without high literacy skills and oral fluency in Chinese and Korean. As an added bonus, student participants in MPP/CAP can also attend language classes for international students to acquire language skills in Chinese and Korean.
In the Master of Public Policy, Campus Asia Program, students will study in the same classroom with students from China, Korea, Japan and various other countries on a daily basis. In making research presentations, in exchanging ideas and in conducting group research in workshops, students will find inspiration in the way of thinking of other students from different cultural backgrounds. It is one of the important features of this program that students will be able to form close relationships and network in a culturally diverse environment. Creating interpersonal connections is essential for those who aim to act as leaders on a global stage. In the future, our alumni may meet again in a variety of venues, at international conferences and meetings for example, and on those occasions may be able to renew their early collaborations to promote global projects. CAMPUS Asia is an ideal place to cultivate such relationships for the future.