This year the Hertie School of Governance celebrates 10 Years of research, teaching and debate on good governance. From 23 - 25 May 2014 one of the world‘s biggest democratic processes, the European Elections, will take place. Thus the Hertie School will host its European Week from 22 - 28 May 2014 to mark its 10th Anniversary with a range of debates and discussions, including the international Symposium Governance in Europe, culminating in the MPP Graduation on 28 May at the Federal Foreign Office.
For the best possible chances to qualify for these, prospective students must submit their complete application by 1 May 2014 for the Master of Public Policy and 15 May 2014 for the Executive Master of Public Management.
You’re from France or hold a degree from a French University? You have until 1 May to apply for the Future of Europe Scholarship, which covers the full tuition for the Hertie School’s Master of Public Policy.
A talk by Hilde van Meegdenburg, Hertie School of Governance.
The European and Global Governance Colloquium
With a keynote presentation by Charles Landry, writer and urban planner, author of The Creative City: A Toolkit for Urban Innovators (Routledge), followed by an expert discussion including Dr. Elke Pahl-Weber, Technical University Berlin. Moderation: Andrea Römmele, Hertie School. In cooperation with TU-Campus EUREF
Inclusive Business Policies - How Governments Can Engage Companies in Meeting Development Goals. With Christina Gradl, endeva, Anna Peters, endeva, Suzanne Dorasil, Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). Moderation: Anke Hassel, Hertie School. Jointly organized by endeva and the Hertie School