Want to learn more about applying behavioural insights to public policy? Take our free online course—Behavioural insights for public policy.
There’s six learning modules, each with a quiz, to measure learning and understanding. It should help you understand the basics of BI, the mission and work of BETA, as well as the ethical application of the field. It takes about two hours – but you can save your progress and do it at your own pace.
Other training courses
Want to study behavioural economics or related courses online or face-to-face? Here are some courses you might like to take.
|ANU Behavioural economics of policy design: the why and how of Nudge||Australian National University, Canberra, ACT||1 day||Foundation|
|ANZSOG Behaviour change in public policy masterclass||Wellington, New Zealand||2 days||Foundation|
|QUT Graduate Certificate in Business (Behavioural Economics)||QUT Gardens Point Campus, Brisbane, QLD||Full time: 6 months
Part time: 1 year
|ACSPRI courses @ ANU:||Australian National University, Canberra, ACT
University of Melbourne's Parkville Campus, Melbourne, VIC
|BEST Workshop in Human Behaviour||Queensland University of Technology Brisbane||2 Days||Varies|
|Behavioural Science in Practice||Warwick Business School, the University of Warwick, UK||3 days|
|Executive MSc Behavioural Science||London School of Economics and Political Science London, UK||16 months (inc online study and 6 weeks in London)|
|MSc Behavioural Science||London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK||1 year|
|Master of Public Administration
Degree has an Applied Behavioural Economics course as well as related econometrics courses
|London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK||2 years|
|MSc in Behaviour Change||University College London, London, UK||Full time: 1 year
Part time: 2 years
|Penn's Master of Behavioral and Decision Sciences||University of Pennsylvania||Full time: 1 year|