In a dynamic and constantly changing society, creating public policies that respond effectively to people’s needs is a great challenge. To address this problem, the University of Oxford and the London School of Economics (LSE) offers Master’s degrees related to public service that focus on training leaders with a strong social commitment.
Through these international programs, admitted students will be able to acquire new tools, both for the development of their careers and to generate changes in their professional environment. They will also be able to obtain new perspectives, theories, and practical knowledge to address real-world challenges in the field of public policy.
The content of these Master’s programs varies and their duration ranges from 9 to 24 months, allowing those interested to choose between the options that best suit their professional and personal needs.
To support the participation of Chilean candidates in these programs, the Luksic Scholars Foundation has collaborated with these universities to establish scholarship opportunities to cover the costs associated with the program, such as tuition and living expenses.
The Luksic Scholarship for Public Service at the Blatavnik School of Government, University of Oxford
The Master of Public Policy (MPP) program at Oxford combines theoretical and practical teachings in order to formulate public policy. The program also includes conferences, seminars, case studies, and workshops, as well as a summer project in which students have the opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills they learned to the real world. Those who wish to apply to this program must hold a university degree in any discipline and be highly proficient in the English language.
To learn more about eligibility, the application process, and the Luksic Scholarship, please click here.
The Luksic Scholarship for Public Service at the School of Public Policy, LSE
There are two programs at LSE’s School of Public Policy that are available for the Luksic Scholarship: the Master’s in Public Policy and the Master’s in Public Administration. These programs combine methodological discipline and practical teachings to enable professionals to address real-world policy challenges. Both programs require candidates to have a university degree in any discipline.
Master in Public Policy (MPP) – To learn more about eligibility, the application process, and the Luksic Scholarship, please click here.
Master of Public Administration (MPA) – To learn more about eligibility, the application process, and the Luksic Scholarship, please click here.
The Luksic Scholars Foundation supports the development and dissemination of these programs and scholarships, however, the processes of admission, selection, and funding allocation are carried out exclusively by the universities. Therefore, those who are interested in applying must follow each university’s admission process and request financial support directly.
Want to learn more? Participate in an information session!
Each session will include a presentation from the respective university providing additional institutional information, the Master’s programs, The Luksic Scholarship, and the admission and selection processes. We will also hear from Luksic Scholars to learn more about their experiences, either as current students or graduates. Both sessions will end with a Q&A. Events will be held in English.
>> Oxford – Wednesday, November 16th at 12 midday CLST. Sign up here.
>> LSE – Tuesday, November 22nd at 12 midday CLST. Sign up here.