Fulda University of Applied Sciences

Human Rights Studies in Politics, Law and Sociеtу

M.A. (Master of Arts)
Subjects: Sociology, Human Rights Studies, Political Sciences, Public Policy, European Law, International Law, Politics
English only
Winter semester: 30 Sep
Application Deadlines
2 Years (starting: Winter semester)
Tuition Fees (per semester)
Winter semester
Mode of admission:
without admission restriction 
Study mode:
On campus

Five Reasons to choose this Master's Program

Learn how to analyze human right’s development
This master’s program will show you how to critically analyze the history and theories of human rights by examining how they influenced social change. Learn about legal history and how to conduct human rights-focused research using methods from the social sciences.
Specialize in two crucial subjects related to human rights
During the program, you’ll choose two out of three specialization modules and will have the opportunity to focus on “Business and Labor”, “Migration" or “Digital Communication”.
Work and shape the human rights vision of major institutions
You’ll be highly qualified to work in governmental and non-governmental organizations, political foundations, think tanks, media, educational institutions, or to pursue a Ph.D. at Fulda or any other university.
Benefit from the experience of an internship
During the program, you’ll complete a mandatory internship of at least 10 weeks where you’ll be able to work in an organization related to human rights issues.
Highly international and multicultural
This program fosters diversity, global understanding, reflection, and intercultural communication which is enriched by the diverse study body as 30% of the students come from all around the globe.

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