The Master of Regulation and Governance (MREGG) is a unique degree that equips students and their organisations with the knowledge and skills to navigate environments where complexity, catastrophic risk, and transformative technologies are reshaping the ways in which we govern and regulate. Graduates will be working in – or will join – government or private sector organisations charged with designing and applying regulatory policy solutions to pressing social problems, often in partnership with diverse stakeholders.
Why choose this program?
For the last 20 years, the ANU School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet)’s interdisciplinary scholars have focused on improving the regulation and governance of major social, justice, environmental, economic and health issues. The Master of Regulation and Governance draws on deep empirical scholarship and policy experience whilst offering students comprehensive and holistic views of contemporary social problems.
It draws on the evidence-based research and the ‘big ideas’ in regulation and governance for which the RegNet academics are world famous. MREGG students join an education program that emphasises interdisciplinary skills-building, our place in Asia and the Pacific, a stimulating curriculum, master classes with distinguished practitioners, global networks and multiple career pathways.
The Regulation and Governance Clinic offers students the opportunity to partner with regulators who manage pressing regulatory challenges and help generate key inputs that will determine the solutions implemented.
This program will be delivered in person and online.
What are the career pathways?
The program is designed to lead into – or enhance – careers in regulatory policy and governance and compliance system design, whether locally, nationally and within Asia and the Pacific. Graduates will be working in – or will join government or private sector organisations charged with designing and applying regulatory policy solutions to pressing social problems, often in partnership with diverse stakeholders.
Applications close 31 January 2022
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In Person and Online