Mass migration due to political instability and climate crises, the growing wave of right-wing populism and authoritarianism affecting political systems and international cooperation worldwide, and the disruptive effects of digitalisation and new technologies on all aspects of life are central challenges facing international public policy today. In today’s rapidly changing global environment, safeguarding fundamental human rights faces many challenges. The Human Rights Scholarship is aimed at students interested in protecting human rights in the context of global governance and politics.
- Available for the Master of International Affairs
- Open to applicants from all nationalities
- 3 full scholarships worth 36,500 euros
Who is it for?
This scholarship is aimed at students interested in topics related to human rights in the context of global governance and politics.
How to apply
- First, submit a standard application to MIA programme.
- Additionally, write a one-page personal statement elaborating on your interest in human rights issues and how your studies at the Hertie School could serve this purpose.
- Send the personal statement to grad-admissions[at]hertie-school[dot]org after a standard application has been submitted.
Interested applicants should submit their application and essay before 1 February. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview with a faculty member.