Visit the Hertie School of Governance and learn more about our graduate and executive education programmes.
During the day you will get the chance to meet other students, chat to academics, and talk with staff, in order to receive answers to all the questions you might have about admission process, career opportunities, student life, financial aid, and much more.
Early Bird Registration: The first one hundred guests to register will receive a special gift bag at the open day. Register now!
We look forward to welcoming you at the Hertie School of Governance.
11:30 am | Registration
12 pm | Welcome
Prof. Mark Hallerberg, PhD, Dean and Professor of Public Management and Political Economy, MPP and MIA Director
2 pm | Executive Education presentation
Learn more about our executive education portfolio including the Executive Master of Public Administration.
Dr. Susann Park-Gessner, Director, Executive Education
3 pm | Teaser lecture
4 pm | Alumni Panel Discussion
Career opportunities for graduates of public policy and international affairs
Moderator: Anna von Behr, Manager, Career Development and Alumni Affairs
5 pm | Reception
Ask students, faculty and staff your questions over some refreshments.
12:30 – 3 pm | Hertie School Fair
Chat with students, professors and staff members. Explore all the services of the Hertie School: Library, student affairs, curricular affairs, career services, study abroad, and much more.
12:30 – 3 pm | Individual CV check and career advice sessions
Individual sessions with our Career Services staff to receive advice on your CV and learn about career opportunities upon completion of a programme at the Hertie School of Governance. By registration only on a first come, first served basis.
We put together a digital tour of our campus to give you a sneak peek ahead of the Open Day:
Hertie School students’ rich and diverse backgrounds find expression in a host of initiatives, making campus life much more than just a classroom experience.
Let's head inside
Get a feel for the building and amenities enjoyed by our students.
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