Dreamers look out their window and see an opportunity for improvement, a chance at providing future generations a better tomorrow. Visionaries understand the complex intersection of what is and what could be. While many of us have an interest in improving our communities, policy makers take this ambition and make it a career.
Why choose a Public Policy degree?
Across public, private and non-profit sectors, these policy professionals use quantitative analysis, problem solving, and strong communication skills to institute change. These skills can be learned through experience, but many people find that in order to truly understand and address the increasingly complex issues shaping national or international policies, a postgraduate degree is the gateway to success. From a Masters in Public Policy to a Masters in International Affairs, these programs educate and prepare an international community to address the world’s challenges.
Students can choose from multiple top policy schools on their quest to improve the world and their evaluation will include a variety of factors including a cost/benefit analysis. Just as in practice, these decision makers need to put together a sound plan and identify their strongest allies on this journey.
Reaching your dream with the help of Prodigy Finance
In 2007, Prodigy Finance set out to improve global communities and impact the public and private sectors in over 150 countries. Prodigy Finance identified that the world’s best and brightest should have borderless access to funding in order to further their scholastic dreams and ultimately bring their new knowledge back to their home communities.
After 7 years supporting the world’s top business programs, Prodigy Finance is excited to announce that they have introduced funding programs for Public Policy Schools. The supported degree programs include MPP, MPA, MIA, and MPA/ID. For more information on the variety of schools, visit their website.
With this new development, Prodigy Finance encourages you to dream, challenges you to improve your community, and truly urges you to make the world a better place.
Prodigy is currently accepting loan applications for these schools of public policy and government:
Joel Frisch is the Director of Business Development (US) at Prodigy Finance. He was born in Baltimore, educated in Philly & London, and trained in New York. Prior to joining Prodigy Finance, Joel spent a successful career in Wall Street and co-founded a software start-up in the employee management industry.
*This blog post is sponsored by our friends at Prodigy Finance.
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