Willy Brandt School of Public Policy

University of Erfurt

Public Poliсу

MPP (Master of Public Policy)
Subjects: Public Policy, Policy Analysis, Economic and Public Policy, Leadership Studies, International Relations, Energy Policy, Development Studies, Peace and Conflict Studies, Entrepreneurship, Public Law
English only
Winter semester: 30 Apr/01 Sep
Application Deadlines
2 Years (starting: Winter semester)
€ 1800
Tuition Fees (per semester)
Winter semester
directly at the University
Study mode:
On campus

Program Video

Duration:4 min

Learn more about The Master of Public Policy at the University of Erfurt’s Willy Brandt School of Public Policy

Five Reasons to choose this Master's Program

Become a Professional Policy Analyst
It's not just about learning; it's about becoming a versatile policy analyst who understands the intricate web of institutions and actors that drive the policy process. Elevate your understanding through research, experience-based learning formats and practitioner exposure, and emerge as a well-rounded professional.
Practical Training for Real-world Challenges
The program features a unique practice training module that includes a capstone team project. Students work with real clients to solve actual policy issues. Clients are i.a. NGOs, public institutions and think tanks. Students gain insightful hands-on experience that is further enriched by a mandatory internship. → More Info
Personalized Faculty Support and Expert Insights
The student-faculty ratio is optimized for individualized academic support. Additionally, students benefit from one-on-one mentorship and career guidance. Guest lectures from seasoned policy and decision makers offer both, insights and excellent networking opportunities.
Study with peers from all cross the globe and benefit from each others professional experience
The Brandt School’s MPP brings together young policy professionals from all continents. They learn with the faculty as much as from each other’s rich professional backgrounds and diverse origins. Jointly growing professionally and personally during the two years at the School, students form invaluable networks that will serve them throughout their entire careers.
Be Part of the Solution
Whether it's exploring the systemic impacts of global energy transitions, the politics of digitalization in labor-markets of mid-income countries, mechanisms for reconciliation between victims and perpetrators in (post-)conflict societies, fostering social entrepreneurship in local and global contexts through the Social Impact Campus, the Brandt School offers you the chance to be at the forefront of policy research

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