About Our Alumni


GRIPS has trained more than 5,400 public policy leaders and researchers who live and work in 117 countries. They form a diverse community that the School continues to support and draw support from. Our graduates have gone on to become ministers, ambassadors, central bank (deputy) governors and, of course, government officials and policy researchers and analysts, all working to actively shape policies and make a difference around the world.


Wherever you go, chances are that you will find a GRIPS alumnus, working in ministries and government agencies, in universities or multilateral organizations.


As our community continues to grow, in close cooperation with local alumni groups we regularly organize events and facilitate gatherings that provide alumni with meaningful social, intellectual and professional networking opportunities.

Some Prominent Alumni

GRIPS, over the years, has produced a number of outstanding alumni who serve in prominent positions in the government, academia or international organizations. The following are just a few examples.


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Alfonso Ver (YLP ’04)
Philippine Ambassador to Bahrain
Loo Took Gee (PP ’90)
Secretary General, Ministry of Energy, Green Technology & Water, Malaysia
Mubin Mirzaev (TE ’02)
Deputy Minister of Finance, Uzbekistan
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Nguon Sokha (PP ’97)
Secretary of State, Ministry of Economy and Finance, Cambodia 
Rajesh Khullar (YLP ’03)
Principal Secretary, Government of Haryana, India 
Anwar Sanusi (PP ’98; PhD ’07)
Secretary General, Ministry of Villages, Disadvantaged Regions and Transmigration, Indonesia



Read in-depth alumni profiles and interviews in the “Alumnus of the Month” feature

Check alumni profiles >> Alumnus of the Month



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