The Hertie School is featured in a new film, by ITN Productions and AmCham EU, which debuted at the European Business Summit.
We are proud to present our graduates and invite employers to meet them.
Rigorous academic training in research design and cutting-edge methods and concepts in governance.
Michael Ignatieff, President Central European University in Budapest, was the commencement speaker.
With a lecture by Ivan Krastev on "Fragility and resilience: What can save Europe from itself?"
Breakfast discussion with Hal R. Varian and Daniela Stockmann
Johanna Mair and Georg Reischauer provide a necessary framework to analyse the impact of the sharing economy.
According to Andrea Römmele, the failed campaigns of late offer some ideas on “right” and “wrong” campaigns.
Explore the latest edition of our newsletter.
Our academic year runs from September to May. Recurring dates and highlights of each semester are listed below.
All EMPA graduating students will present their thesis projects in a poster exhibition. The best posters will be awarded on 31 August.
With a lecture by Ivan Krastev (Chairman, Centre for Liberal Strategies, Sofia, Bulgaria) on Fragility and resilience: What can save Europe from itself? Welcome and moderation by Helmut K. Anheier (Hertie School).
On 1 September, we will welcome new and returning students of the Executive Master of Public Administration (EMPA) programme and celebrate the success of the latest EMPA graduates.