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.
Register now for the 2017 Alumni Reunion (28-30 April).
Give back to new generations of Hertie School students.
We regularly hold workshops, which generally include get-togethers, excursions, as well as networking and brainstorming sessions on how to strengthen our alumni network.
Students and graduates benefit from our international network in their personal and professional lives.
Our alumni can be found all over the world. Hertie School Ambassadors help prospective and current students connect with alumni close to home.
The Alumni Councils strengthen ties between alumni from all study programmes and others in the Hertie School community.
A platform where alumni can network with each other and with faculty, staff and current students. Alumni can sign up using their LinkedIn profiles to share or search for job postings, find a mentor or become one, and stay up to date on what their peers are doing around the world.
Share your experiences, organise or join a Hertie School Stammtisch. Donate to the Hertie School, support the Alumni Council, or join the fellows&friends programme.
Presented at the annual Alumni Reunion to an outstanding member of the school's alumni network, this award honours our alumni’s outstanding accomplishments in public policy or public management over the past year.