Coronavirus policy for campus visits
Please note that this is a 2G+ event, which means we will check for full vaccination or recovery from the coronavirus, in addition to a negative result from a COVID test ("Schnelltest" or PCR) taken no more than 24 hours prior to the start of the event. Please have your test results from one of the many free testing stations around Berlin ready before you come to campus. Furthermore, you must wear an FFP2 mask during your visit.
Visitors who have been fully vaccinated or recovered in the last three months or had a booster shot do not need to provide an additional negative COVID test result.
Visit the Hertie School after hours! At our Open Evenings, a representative from the Admissions Team will give a short presentation on the master’s programmes you’re interested in, take you on a tour of campus, and answer your questions.
Each Open Evening will be limited to a maximum of five participants. Please register in advance in order to attend. Registrations are on a first come, first served basis. Depending on the interest of attendees present, the presentation may cover the Master of Public Policy, Master of International Affairs, Master of Data Science for Public Policy and the Executive Master of Public Administration.
Shortly after registration, we will send you a confirmation e-mail with more details.
(Please note that Open Evenings will not cover the Hertie School’s PhD programmes. If you are interested in doctoral programmes, please reach out to phd-applications[at]hertie-school[dot]org)
If you’d like to visit campus during the day and speak one-on-one with an Admissions Team representative, schedule a campus tour with us in advance. Campus tours can take place throughout the day, depending on availability, and last typically up to one hour.
To request a campus tour, fill out the form on the right-hand side. If you cannot access the form, you can alternatively use this link to request a campus tour. We will contact you as soon as possible to confirm the details.
You can also attend one of our public events, some of which are taking place onsite at the Hertie School. Register to join lectures, research events, conferences and discussions with experts and decision makers from academia, politics and the economy, and civil society.