Transatlantic Leadership Scholarship

Key facts

Who is it for?

Applicants with a demonstrated interest in transatlantic cooperation, either academically or professionally, and who wish to pursue a degree in public policy or international affairs. Transatlantic cooperation is defined broadly and can include political, economic, security, societal, cultural or policy cooperation.

How to apply

Interested applicants should first submit a standard application for the MPP or MIA programme. In addition, they need to draft a brief letter of motivation elaborating on their commitment to transatlantic collaboration. The motivation statement should be sent to grad-admissions[at]hertie-school[dot]org after an application has been submitted.

Interested applicants should submit their applications and motivation statements before 1 February 2019. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted on a rolling basis and interviewed by a faculty member of the Hertie School.