Julian Georg holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Universität Hamburg in Germany and has spent a semester abroad at Linnaeus University in Växjö, Sweden. He studied public policy at the Hertie School, focusing on management and organisation, and was part of the Hertie School’s team to the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition. He was President of the Hertie Student Association, managing relations between students and the school. Prior to his graduate studies, Julian worked as an assistant to the board of a social non-profit organisation in Hamburg. During his studies at the Hertie School, he worked at PwC in public sector consulting as well as in the New Ventures division. He interned at Deutsche Bahn AG in the corporate strategy department.
Master’s thesis title
How can local urban governments make use of innovative technologies in order to raise civic participation in policymaking?