Executive Fellows Program
The Executive Fellows Program (EFP) brings together world-recognised academics and high-calibre practitioners from the senior ranks in the public, not-for-profit and private sectors. It applies the latest thinking and academic rigour, while being firmly grounded in the reality of modern public service challenges.
Modelled on leading executive programs offered in the USA and UK, the content has been tailored specifically to an Australian and New Zealand public sector context. Presenters and participants share their experiences and insights in a dynamic engagement that is central to the unique nature of this program.
EFP brings a global perspective and develops the capacity of senior executives to work across cultural boundaries and with increased international engagement. The 7program includes an international component in collaboration with the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy.
articipants will gain new insights into leading public sector performance and successful engagement in the Asia-Pacific region.
With an emphasis on enhancing strategic capabilities, the EFP focuses on the strategies and frameworks required to effectively lead in an increasingly complex operating environment.
Forms & Resources
Application details coming soon.
You can download the course brochure here (PDF 2.1MB)
We have developed an application guideline which details the interview process, eligibility, study requirements and more. You can download the application guideline here. (PDF 204.5KB)
Who can apply?
The EFP is tailored towards Band 2 and Band 3 senior executives. Applicants must be employed in a permanent or ongoing role at this level to be eligible to apply.
What is the application process?
Secretaries are asked to provide the names of up to two candidates from their cluster along with their completed application form(s), in order of priority. Please send nominations and completed application forms to: NSW_public_service_commission_programs@psc.nsw.gov.au.
How much does it cost?
The program fees and all other costs (including travel) will need to be met by agencies.
- Early August - Applications open
- 29 August - Applications close
If your question is related to your online application form process please contact:
If your question is related to the EFP course, or EFP application requirements, please contact:
- Tim Wigg
Senior Programs Coordinator, EMPA and EFP
The Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG)
P: 03 9035 3279