We are proud to present our graduates and invite everyone to meet and connect with them.
Take a closer look at the admissions process, student life and more.
What the Hertie School is doing to make your return safe and successful.
For and by Hertie School students only! Events ranging from informal discussions with ambassadors, to alumni lectures, and conferences such as the European Public Policy Conference and the Global Public Policy Network Student Conference.
The Hertie International Relations Club is proud to present the Ambassador Series with His Excellency Hans-Peter Knudsen, Ambassador of Colombia to Germany. This event is open to the Hertie Community only.
The Hertie International Relations Club is proud to present the Ambassador Series with His Excellency Dr. Péter Györkös, Ambassador of Hungary to Germany. This event is open to the Hertie Community only.
To what extent could the Chinese system become a threat to or a role model for other countries? Join us for a discussion on digital transformation in China and Big Data in general with Adam Knight, Genia Kostka (Hertie School / Freie Unviersität Berlin) and chaired by Hertie School doctoral candidate Wiebke Rabe. This event is part of The Governance Post Event Series, a student-led public event initiative at the Hertie School.
A talk by David Fabrycky (Political-Military Unit Chief, U.S. Embassy Berlin).
A talk by Jürgen Hardt (Member of the German Bundestag, Member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Coordinator of Transatlantic Cooperation, Federal Foreign Office).
A workshop in Bogotá featuring talks by eight Hertie School alumni from the US, Mexico, the UK, Moldavia, and Switzerland.
Exclusive student discussion with Carlos Ivan Simonsen Leal (Getulio Vargas Foundation), moderated by Mark Hallerberg (Hertie School).
A talk by Hertie School alumnus Camilo Sánchez Meertens (Manager of the Post-Conflict Health Strategy at the Colombian Ministry of Health).
A talk by Julie Tumler (Büro Führungskräfte zu internationalen Organisationen/Bureau for International Organisation’s Personnel, BFIO).
Apolitical would like to invite interested students to attend a lunch time round table to discuss what’s working in government.
On 22 April, people throughout the world will march in support of science as an indispensable part of democracy. The Hertie School is proud to support Berlin’s March for Science, which begins at 1 pm in front of the Humboldt University of Berlin (Unter den Linden 6).