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This post first appeared on the QMU website: https://www.qmu.ac.uk/study-here/student-stories/steven-mccabe-master-of-public-adminstration-20180518/ I was looking for a course that would build on my previous qualifications and work experience, as well as increase my understanding of the issues facing public sector professionals and how to best overcome these and deliver high quality public services. This was part of myContinue reading “Interview with Steven McCabe, Master of Public Administration (MPA) student.”
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So much current public administration research and practice involves collaboration – it would be a nonsense if we didn’t practise what we preach!
Students from our MPA programme visited Brussels in late March 2017.
Stuart Duncan graduated in 2010. Here he reflects on the value of postgraduate study at QMU.
“Through the MPA, I’m looking to gain a greater knowledge of public administration and to be challenged academically”.
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Reflections on my participation in the ACOSVO Leadership Exchange programme.
I’m often asked if I have any real world experience. Sometimes I’m even told ‘what would you know about the real world’. There are so many flaws in both those standpoints (and much has been written about this previously) but I think there is another important point to consider. What is happening here, is that thereContinue reading “Academics in the Real World”