Applicants for the DAAD-PPGG programme choose up to 3 universities in Germany and apply directly to their universities of choice. Local DAAD offices do not accept applications for the PPGG programme but will help in any way they can.
If the MPP at Hertie School is your first choice for the DAAD-PPGG programme please apply via our online application portal and direct all questions concerning the application process to the MPP applications team (mpp-applications(at)hertie-school.org).
The formal admission requirements for the DAAD-PPGG programme at the Hertie School are the following:
Applications for the MPP at Hertie School are processed online. To fill in our application form and upload all necessary documents, please access the application module via this link.
The application period for the DAAD-PPGG programme at Hertie School has ended 15 August 2014.
In October/November 2014, the Hertie School will select – together with DAAD representatives – up to five fellows for the programme. These PPGG fellows will receive living cost stipends from the DAAD and full tuition waivers from the Hertie School. All applicants will be notified in November 2014.