Here's a glimpse of some relevant, real world topics MPP students tackle.
Watch TV or read literature on public management and governance? Do both, says Kai Wegrich.
Rigorous academic training in research design and cutting-edge methods and concepts in governance.
With Steffen Kampeter, Anke Hassel, and Marcel Fratzscher (in German)
With Christian Flachsland, Nina Hall, and Inge Kaul
Watch a video of the discussion here.
Henrik Enderlein sees devolution of powers with EU in a coordinating role.
Michaela Kreyenfeld says childlessness is no new phenomenon and reveals how patterns can shift.
After the arrest of Turkish-German journalist Deniz Yücel, Dilek Kurban discusses press freedom in Turkey on DW's Quadriga.
Which future for Europe? Watch a video of the discussion here.
Chances are, Statistics 1 has never been as useful – or amusing – as Mark Kayser's class.
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“The Hertie School strives to convey a deeper understanding of the ethical and moral questions involved in leadership, and to foster public trust and social responsibility.”Helmut K. Anheier | President and Professor of Sociology
“The Hertie School strives to convey a deeper understanding of the ethical and moral questions involved in leadership, and to foster public trust and social responsibility.”
A cutting-edge programme for tomorrow’s leaders.
Learn how to tackle global challenges in a rapidly transforming context.
Expand your public management skills through interdisciplinary, practice-oriented studies.
The Hertie School offers a range of executive training formats including seminars, skills trainings and workshops.
Explore modern governance in an interdisciplinary and international context.
We could think of countless reasons why you should choose the Hertie School, but to kick things off we've put together ten reasons.