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Scholarships for Master Programmes in Public Policy and Good Governanceat Universities in Germany2Funding Programme Public Policy, Good Governance (PPGG)What are the objectives of the funding programme?This programme is designed to qualify future leaders in Politics, Law, Economics and Administration according to the principles of Good Governance and to prepare them in academic, yet practice-oriented Master courses for their professional life. What is the Target group?First-class graduates with a university degree (Bachelor or equivalent) who want to contribute to the social and economic development of their home countries. The scholarships are offered both for young graduates without professional experience and for mid-career professionals.What does the package include? The scholarships are for two-year Master courses (in some cases one-year courses) at a range of eight carefully selected PPGG courses at prestigious German institutions of Higher Education. The majority of these courses are taught in English or partly in English.The scholarship holders will be offered special tutoring at their host institutions. Furthermore, there is the opportunity of networking eventswith participants in other PPGG courses.Regardless of the language of instruction, all scholars will receive intensive German language training prior to their studies.3Funding Programme Public Policy, Good Governance (PPGG)How much is the scholarship?DAAD pays a monthly scholarship rate of currently 750 EUR. The scholarship also includes contributions to health insurancein Germany. In addition, DAAD grants an appropriate travel allowance as well as a study and research subsidy and in applicable cases rent subsidies and / or family allowances.How do I apply?Get more information at http://www.daad.de/ppgg, or contact public-policy@daad.de. What is the deadline?The complete set of application papers must be submitted by 31 July 2012 to the usual application address in your home country(in most cases the local DAAD or diplomatic representation).41. Public Economics, Law and Politics (PELP)UniversityLeuphana University of Lüneburg, Leuphana Graduate SchoolDuration2 yearsLanguageMainly German, English in some modulesPrerequisites Bachelor degree (or equivalent) in the field of Politics, Law, Economics and Administrative SciencesGraduates will be able to……understand how politics, law and economy interact and are provided with an academically grounded insight of this interaction.51. Public Economics, Law and Politics (PELP)The LocationThe city of Lüneburg is over 1,000 years old and situated in the North of Germany close to the vibrant city of Hamburg. The Leuphana Graduate School stands for a new university model. As part of its Excellence Competition in December 2007, the Donors’ Association for German Science granted distinguished recognition to the Leuphana model for its profile and strategy. Intensive faculty advising and work in small groups encourage the communicative exchange and an active learning community.The CourseThe two-year degree programme Public Economics, Law and Politics (PELP) MA requires 120 ECTS credit points and is concluded with the Master’s thesis during the fourth semester. The programme unites disciplines that have traditionally examined the relationship between state, society and economy. Questions, problems and solutions that emerge from this complex network of relations will be analysed from the perspective of Political Science, Economics and Law. The causes, the contexts and the social and economic effect of state action stand at the centre of this programme. In addition, the programme also focuses on development theory and policy which will be of special interest to PPGG candidates. Students are provided with an academically grounded, yet interdisciplinary, account of how politics, law and economy interact. Classes are mainly taught in German, but there are also classes that are taught in English. Photo credits: Michael J. Zirbes, http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lüneburg61. Public Economics, Law and Politics (PELP)Network and CareersIn addition to close contacts to several institutions, such as the German Institute of Global and Area Studies (GIGA) in Hamburg, the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF), the German Parliament (Deutscher Bundestag), German Federal and State Ministries, as well as the World Bank, Leuphana also has a strong network with universities and institutions in South Africa, Brazil and Egypt. The Master’s degree prepares graduates to engage in political consulting and to assume leadership positions in political administration such as ministries or international and supranational institutions.ContactProf. Dr. Dawid FriedrichLeuphana University of LüneburgScharnhorststraße 1, C12.31421335 Lüneburg, GermanyPhone: ++49 (0) 4131 - 677 - 2450Fax: ++49 (0) 4131 - 677 - 2474E-mail: dawid.friedrich@uni.leuphana.dehttp://www.leuphana.de/en/graduate-school/masterprograms/arts-sciences/public-economics-law-politics-pelp.html72. Master of Governance and Public PolicyUniversityUniversity of Passau,Department of Governance and Historical ScienceDuration2 yearsLanguageEnglish and GermanPrerequisitesBachelor degree in Social Sciences or EconomicsGraduates will be able to……focus on topics from the sphere of Comparative Politics/Global Governance, European Integration, Institutions and Political Change and Public Policy.82. Master of Governance and Public PolicyThe LocationThe city of Passau is located in the southeast of Germany and right at the heart of a unified Europe. The University of Passau is beautifully situated at the confluence of the three rivers Danube, Inn and Ilz, idyllically placed on the banks of the River Inn, on a green campus that has just recently been elected the most beautiful campus in Germany. Founded in 1978, the University of Passau combines an up-to-date learning and research infrastructure with state-of-the-art technology, offering its about 8,500 students a place to study of the highest academic standard.The CourseThe study course Governance and Public Policy has a two-year-curriculum. In their first term, students will get acquainted with the foundations of governance research as well as with the basics of statehood and Good Governance in order to provide a theoretical framework in which the following interdisciplinary classes are embedded. In these Master classes, students will focus on topics from the sphere of Comparative Politics/Global Governance, European Integration, Institutions and Political Change and Public Policy. This curriculum is complemented by various classes to enhance the students’ occupational skills, e.g. courses on presentation techniques and paper writing.Photo credits: Aconcagua, http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Passau92. Master of Governance and Public PolicyNetwork and CareersThe University of Passau is one of the most international institutions of higher learning in Germany and enjoys a vibrant international community. Another chance of getting access to an international network is provided by taking part in the annual World Model United Nations conferences as member of the Passau delegation or by joining our various summer schools with students from all over the world. The MA Governance and Public Policy offers its graduates a variety of career opportunities especially within the decision making structures in the students’ home countries at the interface of political and social sciences and law. Graduates will also be well prepared to be employed in national and international administration as well as in multinational and global business companies or to work as a political consultant with interest groups and political parties.ContactProf. Dr. Winand GellnerUniversity of PassauDepartment of Governance & Historical ScienceDr Hans-Kapfinger-Straße 1494032 Passau, GermanyPhone: ++49 (0) 851 - 509 - 2900Dr. Christian DoellePhone: ++49 (0) 851 - 509 - 2904E-mail: governance@uni-passau.dehttp://www.uni-passau.de/index.php?id=3263&L=1 103. Master Programme in Public Policy & Management (PPM)UniversityUniversity of Potsdam,Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences (FESS)Duration1 yearLanguageEnglishPrerequisitesQualified graduates in Economics, Business Management, Social Sciences and/or Natural SciencesGraduates will be able to……work in management and executive positions in ministries, local government and NGOs managing reform projects in cooperation with international aid agencies and organisations.[...]... Economics or neighbouring disciplines Graduates will be able to… …work in the areas of public management and public policy, in “third sector” organisations, as well as in the area of political and social communication at the local, national and international levels 25 8 Master of Democratic Governance and Civil Society The Location The Course Osnabrück is situated in north-western Germany with more than... in the face of social and cultural diversity, to advice organisations in the fields of politics, law, economy and education and to support sustainable solutions in conflict management and public policy The programme qualifies for careers in the areas of public management and public policy; in “third sector” organisations; as well as in the area of political and social communication at the local, national... combines quantitative and qualitative approaches to public policy analysis with elements dedicated to the advancement of personal skills and systematic practical training By choosing two out of five specialisation modules, students may develop their individual profiles The MPP offers specialisation options in Public and Non-profit Management, European Public Policy, International Affairs, International... Centre for Geosciences (GFZ), the World Bank, the UN and UNDP, the OECD-SIGMA and the European Group of Public Administration, just to mention a few Most of the PPM programmes graduates work in management and executive positions in ministries, local government and NGOs undertaking reform projects in cooperation with international aid agencies and organisations Ms Giulia Carboni University of Potsdam Potsdam... is integrated into the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences (FESS) and its Potsdam Centre for Policy and Management (PCPM) at the University of Potsdam The PPM programme is a postgraduate midcareer 12 month full-time Master programme taught in English Launched in April 1999, it was the first of its kind in Germany The programme covers two semesters of courses, including two months for writing and. .. or related disciplines Graduates will be able to… …adopt policy- and region-specific expertise and pursue their professional careers within administrative, governmental or developmental organisations of their home countries or to qualify for a career in international organisations 19 6 Master of Development and Governance The Location The Course The cities of Duisburg and Essen are situated in the...3 Master Programme in Public Policy & Management (PPM) The Location The Course The city of Potsdam is more than 1,000 years old Located along the banks of the Havel river and the surrounding lakes, Potsdam is a beautiful city in the immediate vicinity of Berlin The University of Potsdam, founded in 1991, has earned itself a reputation as one of the leading competence centres for Governance and the Public. .. sector in order to succeed in the competition for resources This study programme will provide students with the best preparation for a career in NPO management The Director and the Coordinator of the Master Degree programme and a team of tutors, buddies and mentors assist the students in adjusting to life and study in Osnabrück In addition, the International Faculty Office at the Faculty of Business... tasks and functions: Micro- and macroeconomics, an introduction to policy analysis, and quantitative and qualitative empirical methods, make up a part of the curriculum, as does public management, international law, and the development of modern governance forms The programme’s strong practice-oriented approach is reflected in the use of case studies and in the integration of practitioners into teaching... integration of practitioners into teaching and research, as well as in a mandatory internship and a projectoriented Master s thesis The MPP programme offers four specialisations: 1) European and Global Governance, 2) Economics, Welfare and Public Goods, 3) Public Management and 4) Governance of Democratic Systems 17 5 Master of Public Policy (MPP) Network and Careers Contact The Hertie School has established . Scholarships for Master Programmes in Public Policy and Good Governance at Universities in Germany 2Funding Programme Public Policy, Good Governance. Comparative Politics/Global Governance, European Integration, Institutions and Political Change and Public Policy. 82. Master of Governance and Public Policy The
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