Here's a glimpse of some relevant, real world topics our students tackle in their thesis projects.
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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.
Take the next step in your research career with one of the Hertie School’s doctoral programmes.
We could think of countless reasons why you should choose the Hertie School, but to kick things off we've put together ten reasons.
Enhance your skills and knowledge: Gain work experience while completing one of the Hertie School’s graduate programmes.
Spend a year of your studies abroad and earn a degree from the Hertie School and another distinguished international institution.
We are committed to attracting the best students from around the world. To achieve this goal we provide financial support in the form of financial aid and scholarships.
Career coaching at the Hertie School supports students and alumni in all matters of their career development.
The Hertie School offers students assistance before and upon their arrival in Berlin, and supports them throughout their studies.
Everything you need to know about applying for our degree programmes and executive education.
Find out more about the wide range of individual courses on offer in our Graduate Programmes and Executive Education portfolio.
The Hertie School is featured in a new film, by ITN Productions and AmCham EU, which debuted at the European Business Summit.
Our programmes introduce professionals to current practices at the interface of the public, private and non-profit sectors.
What drives Riefqah Jappie is creating opportunities through good trade policies.
We are proud to present our graduates and invite employers to meet them.
Chances are, Statistics 1 has never been as useful – or amusing – as Mark Kayser's class.