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2015 Application Process for Centrally Funded Courses

The Public Service Commission funds places in three programs:

Executive Master of Public Administration

The Executive Master of Public Administration is a two year part-time post graduate degree. Eight core subjects, two electives and a subject on public sector financial management are delivered by the Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG) and participating universities.

Graduate Diploma in Public Administration

The Graduate Diploma in Public Administration is an eighteen months part-time post graduate qualification. Six units are delivered by the Graduate School of Government at the University of Sydney.

NSW Executive Development Program

The Executive Development Program is a short course of approximately 10 days over 6 months. Three modules are delivered by an external course provider on behalf of the Public Service Commission.

The documents below will need to be accessed and completed to be considered for a centrally funded position on one of the programs.

For 2014, the application process will take place from 21 July to 10 September. The initial selection and prioritisation of individual applicants is the responsibility of each agency. The Public Service Commission allocates places to agencies.

The target group for all courses is high potential employees at Grade 11/12 through to Band 2 executives.


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