Public Service Comission of Canada - Policy Analyst


Brown Student Services Room 5001, 3600 rue McTavish, Montreal, QC, H3A 0G3, CA

The Advanced Policy Analyst Program (APAP) is a two-year training program consisting in four six-months placements in each of the federal government’s three central agencies and in a line department. The objective of the program is to train highly qualified people to become policy leaders in the government of Canada. The development program gives recruits the opportunity to experiment first-hand the functioning of government and to learn the role of each central agency (Finance Canada, Treasury Board Secretariat, Privy Council Office) and of line departments in the design and implementation of public policy. Applicants must have recently obtained or be about to obtain a Master's degree from a recognized university in any discipline, and have completed a number of economics courses. APAP, created over 20 years ago, has an excellent reputation within the federal government and count over 250 graduates. For more information, please go to or access the job offer through

Recruitment for the federal government’s Advanced Policy Analyst Program (APAP) will begin on September 27 and will close on October 19, 2017

Join us Oct 6 at 12:30 pm to learn more

RSVP required through myFuture


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