|University website:||Master of Public Policy (MPP)|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||17,250 EUR|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||17,250 EUR|
The Hertie School’s Master of Public Policy (MPP) is a two-year, full-time programme in English that equips students with the skills needed to analyse policies, critically assess innovations and evaluate solutions using quantitative and qualitative methodologies. This programme offers a problem-oriented approach to governance that prepares future decision-makers for careers in the public, private and non-profit sectors.
At the end of your first semester, you will choose between two areas of concentration:
The Hertie School offers tuition waivers covering between 10% and 100% of tuition fees. Financial aid (partial tuition waivers) and scholarships (profile-based full scholarships which often require additional application materials) are granted for the entire period of study and are allocated on a rolling basis up until the final application deadlines. However, we encourage prospective students in need of financial assistance to apply by our priority deadlines. To apply for financial support from the Hertie School, please follow the instructions very carefully in the online application portal.
About half of our students receive a financial aid offer from the school, and most students rely on a mixture of tuition waivers, external scholarships, loans and student jobs to finance their studies.
Admissions to the MPP programme are on a rolling basis. We have a holistic evaluation process taking academic performance, personal suitability and motivation into account, and we encourage prospective students from all academic disciplines to apply. You must submit your application via the Hertie School's online portal. Please find detailed information on admissions requirements on our website.
Applicants seeking financial assistance are encouraged to apply by the priority deadline on 1 February. Applications will be accepted until 1 May.
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