Executive Master of Public Administration
The Executive Master of Public Administration (Executive MPA) offers a unique forum for exchange, learning, and professional development with a diverse cohort of peers. It is a springboard for participants who want to take their career to a new level. Executive MPA participants are equipped with cutting-edge knowledge and tools to lead teams and organisations, shape decision-making and manage change in the workplace.
Key facts about the Executive MPA
- International executive programme (MPA degree) in English located in the heart of Berlin
- Aimed at highly motivated professionals from the public sector as well as from private and non-profit organisations
- Flexible programme: Study full-time (1 year) or part-time (2 years, extendable to 3-4 years) with curriculum tailored to individual interests and needs; 43 days of attendance
- Professional exchange with international peers from all sectors and life-long career services
- International partners and study-abroad opportunities
- Tuition: 32,500 euros - Loans and scholarships available
- Annual programme start: September, modular entry possible
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- 14 courses (60 ECTS in total) in Berlin and one four-day workshop in Brussels or London
- Combine courses in one- or two-week sessions to reduce the number of trips to Berlin
- Choose on of the following concentrations: “Leadership and Management”, “Economics, Finances, Methods” or “Intersectoral Management”
- Attend courses at leading European partner institutions including ESCP Europe (Executive MBA), Copenhagen Business School (MPG) and University of Bern (Executive MPA)
- Conclude your studies with a master’s thesis of high practical relevance
Many courses of the Executive MPA programme can be booked individually or in combination as a certificate. Credits earned and fees paid for a seminar or certificate can be fully transferred to the Executive MPA programme, as can be seen here in this example. Registrations for executive trainings are accepted throughout the year.
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Championing trade in an era of protectionist threats
Hear from our Executive MPA alumni - What drives Riefqah Jappie, Executive MPA 2013, is helping create opportunities through good trade policies.
Applicants must meet the following requirements:
- very good higher education degree in any discipline
- at least two years of relevant work experience (the average is ten years)
- proficiency in English
- Priority deadline: 1 May (to be considered for the Hertie School’s scholarship programme)
- Final deadline: 15 August
The programme starts in early September.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. The selection committee may decide to invite preselected candidates to a phone or Skype interview. Early application is strongly encouraged.