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  • [Academic Programs] Is the program taught completely in English?
    Yes. All courses are conducted entirely in English.
  • [Academic Programs] What is the difference between the MPP, MDP and the MPM?
    The Master of Public Policy (MPP) program is designed to provide global perspective and professional expertise in public policy areas. With economics at its core, MPP focuses on policy research and analysis to develop problem-solving skills in dealing with the current policy issues. Accredited by NASPAA (Network of Schools in Public Policy, Affairs and Administration) in 2014, it is highly regarded both in and outside Korea--particularly among developing nations and government officials. Based on the KDI's hands-on experience on development policy of more than forty years, the Master of Development Policy (MDP) program offers a curriculum where students can examine various issues of socio-economic development in both theoretical and practical frameworks. The program specifically targets international professionals, including government officials, development consultants, and regional specialists who wish to contribute to development policy-making. The program is also focused on fostering professionals in the field of the official development assistance (ODA). The Master of Public Management (MPM) seeks to fulfill policy management needs in today's global environment through an integrative educational program that covers various facets of management and leadership in both the public and private sectors. The aim of the program is to nurture professionals who can successfully navigate the complexities of global and private policy environments, make preemptive decis
  • [Academic Programs] How long is the Master's program?
    International students must complete the coursework (39 credits) for the program within one year, then fulfill the remaining 6-credit requirement by writing a thesis or SRC (Supervised Research Course) after returning to his/her home country.
  • [Academic Programs] Is the Winter Semester (Preliminary Session) mandatory?
    No. However, newly admitted students may enroll in the preliminary session to improve English and basic math skills.