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Postgrad Australia Successful Crawford School of Public Policy graduates
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ANU’s Crawford School is renowned not only for its quality education, but the graduates that have benefitted. You can enjoy similar success.

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The MBA is one of the most competitive and desirable postgraduate programs, but it isn’t for everyone. Read on to learn if it’d be a good fit for you.

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If you’ve started getting that sinking feeling you might not be on the right track, don’t let it derail you — you’ve worked too hard.


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James Cook University (JCU)
Anukul studied a Bachelor of Information Technology and completed a Master of Information Technology majoring in Business Informatics at James Cook University
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Wakiuru studied a Master of Engineering as a pathway to a career in consulting.
Crawford School of Public Policy
Yasmin studied Masters by research at Monash University and then completed Master of Diplomacy at ANU.

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Crawford School of Public Policy

Are you considering your options for graduate study in 2019 to enhance your career working in and with government? 

Crawford School of Public Policy

There has never been a better time to study national security. With threats and challenges rapidly evolving and multiplying, Australian governments, businesses and organisations are developing strategies with an outlook measured not in years, but decades.

Crawford School of Public Policy

Explore your options to study at Crawford School of Public Policy at the ANU Postgraduate Information Evening on Thursday, 15 November, from 5pm-7p