Institute of Public Administration (BIPA) was established by Decree No. (65) for the year 2006 issued by His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, King of Bahrain in June 28, 2006 and It follows the Council of Ministers.
The Institute seeks to achieve sustainable development for the country and its citizens, based on the Constitution of the Kingdom of Bahrain and the National Action Charter, and in line with the strategic priority within the work of the government «efficient functioning government program for the service of citizens. To this end, we have also acted in implementing two national economic initiatives within the Bahrain Economic Vision 2030, namely finding a distinct program for training the government leaderships and developing leaders in the public sector as well as improving the quality and availability of the training.
And a commitment to its responsibility, Institute of Public Administration works to improve government performance in the areas of policies and strategies, resource management, change management, and government services development through the development of skills, behaviour and knowledge based on learning and training; participation in the decision-making process through consultancy; problem solving by means of scientific research; building and developing capabilities through coaching and assessment. The Institute also works to promote the awareness and culture of government performance through strategic communication.
Institut de Management Public et Gouvernance Territoriale
Created in 1996, IMPGT trains Public Management Specialists working in Administrations, third sector, research or as consultant
Component of Aix Marseille University, IMPGT is the only French academic department fully devoted to public management research and training.
It invests the whole discipline of Public Management:
- From local governments to National Administration
- Covering the main sectors of Public Action: Health,
- Culture,Sustainable Development, Public marketing…
- Integrating all Social Sciences (Law, Economics, IT …)
IMPGT in numbers:
- 20 permanent professors& associate professors
- More than 100 part time teachers
- Some 1.000 students/ year
- 21 diplomas(all specialties included)
- 23 current research contracts
- 20 administrative and technical staff
Strong links with various local, national and international organisations, an obvious support to teaching and research activities, have also endowed the Institute with a capacity of coordination and set up its international reputation.
IMPGT aims at studying the functioning of society by focusing on territorial dimension and by providing a framework for action:
- Territorial dimension
- Network Strategy with major European institutes
- Leading position in the MENA region
Programme in public management from Bachelor to Ph.D
- Management of health and social care
- Management of cultural organizations and events
- Management of quality and sustainable development in the public sector
- Euro-Mediterranean management
- Master of Public Administration
- MPM Bahrain in partnership with Bahrain Institute for Public Administration, ENA France and University of Bahrain (open in 2016)
The general logic is transdisciplinary.
Three major disciplines: management, public law and economics.
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