Our educational offerings support the School’s aims to improve the governance of major social, justice, environmental, economic and health issues. Our degree programs are distinguished by their interdisciplinary outlook, stimulating curriculum, world-class teachers and Asia-Pacific orientation. Our evidence-informed approach, combined with our global networks, facilitates multiple career pathways for our graduates.
Precilla Anna-Kaii Lawrence and Julie Bishop at the 2023 Mid-Year Graduation
'RegNet provided me with specialised knowledge and skills': Master of Regulation and Governance graduate Precilla Anna-Kaii Lawrence
Meet Precilla Anna-Kaii Lawrence, who graduated this July with a Master of Regulation and Global Governance from CAP's School of Regulation and Governance (RegNet).
Steven Kourras and Chancellor of the Australian National University Julie Bishop at the 2023 Mid-Year Graduation
'RegNet ought to be considered by all': Master of Regulation and Governance graduate Steven Karras
Meet Steven Karras, who graduated this July with a Master of Regulation and Governance from CAP's School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet).
How can regulation help solve the 21st century’s greatest societal challenges? Studying in the Master of Regulation and Governance
From climate change to social injustice and inequality, and from disruptive technologies to geopolitical contestation, the world is facing numerous complex and interconnected challenges.