These interactive events provide an informal opportunity to ask questions, meet our current students and MPA community members, and explore aspects of the program in depth. Some admissions events are geared toward a specific format (online or on-campus), but most are applicable to anyone exploring the UNC MPA program in general.

The best way to learn about the UNC MPA program is to attend an admissions event.

Upcoming Events

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July 10, 7:00 pm EDT
  • Format: Online
  • Format: On-Campus
  • Location: Online

Join our Director of Admissions and current student Lebon Hoboyan for a UNC MPA Information Session, where we will go in-depth on the MPA program and who it's for.  Lebon will be a 2nd year student in the on-campus format and is currently employed...

Facilitator: UNC MPA Director of Admissions

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These include content-focused webinars hosted by faculty members, military-focused webinars hosted by current students or alumni, and career-focused webinars for applicants interested in specific areas of public administration.

We invite you to view these recorded webinars at your convenience.

The MPA program offers a series of webinars for prospective students.

Available Webinars

Recorded October 11, 2022
  • Format: Online
  • Format: On-Campus

If you have interests in public health, the MPH isn't the only way to go.  Learn how the MPA fits with a public health career whether you are looking to start your career or advance your career in public health.  Watch as our Director of Admissions...

Recorded September 13, 2022

The MPA is a broad and versatile leadership degree.  While our graduates traditionally desire to serve in public organizations, in recent years, we have seen a large increase of interest and MPA application within the private sector.  This webinar...

Recorded September 13, 2021
  • Format: Online
  • Format: On-Campus

Current UNC MPA student Michael Simms and Director of Admissions Cara Robinson discuss: Why the MPA is a great choice for military affiliates who want to stay in the military or transition out. More about how the MPA differs from other...

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