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Democracy and Governance

Democracy and democratic governance form the central theme of political science. New forms of formal and informal cooperation have been developed over the past few years with the aim of enabling a more effective handling of the problem areas of the age of globalization. International political science examines these different, non-hierarchical forms of governance, as well as the extent and sources of their legitimacy under the governance paradigm. The course focuses on the connections between democracy and governance.

Human Rights and Democratisation

The course combines theoretical and practical approaches in order to convey the topics of human rights and democratization to the students. The course offerings include lectures, workshops, tutorials, methodical and practical exercises as well as accompanying seminars. Graduates should be able to deal with the political, social and economic aspects of the topics covered from different perspectives. Graduates of this course have numerous career opportunities in field work in national and international government and non-governmental organizations.

International Relations

International Relations is a combination of the fields of international economics, international law, and international politics. The course focuses on international organizational structures, its emphasis is on the legal and political regulation in a globalized world and on the creation and effectiveness. Preferred employers of the graduates are International organizations (such as World Bank, WTO, IMF, ILO, UNESCO etc.), institutions of the European Union, ministries, Media, foundations, management consultancies, NGOs, global and regional companies and universities in Germany and abroad.

Management in Non-profit Organisations

The course focuses on creating professionals with a socio-political instinct who have in-depth management know-how and who are familiar with the political and legal peculiarities of the nonprofit sector. The program aids to increase the intercultural understanding of the students and to enable an insight into the knowledge of other cultures and their reflection. Graduates have high prospects in Humanitarian or social organizations, charities, Political organizations, non-government organizations, Foundations, Development aid organizations etc

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Mastering International Relations and Political Sciences from Germany
The Universities in Germany have a highly progressive infrastructure and an international student friendly environment. German Universities are known to produce the most employable Engineers as rated by companies around the world. Engineering is a broad subject comprised of numerous specified subfields, each one being very unique and challenging, inevitable for the world market. The German-speaking population has been an inseparable part of the world’s greatest creations in both arts and sciences; thus almost every academic discipline has a long and outstanding tradition of success stories, in Germany and beyond. Add this to that the fact that as of October of year 2012 Germany abolished all tuition fees for national and international students alike, offering free internationally recognized degrees for every prospective student. There you have it: the ideal study abroad destination. No wonder students from all around the world are confused as to why can every other country cannot make such a convenient move as Germany. However, the lack of tuition fees is just one of many benefits of studying in Germany. Let’s go through all the advantages Germany has to offer to international students…
  • No tuition fees at public universities in Germany
  • State of the art and flexible programs
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  • Internationally recognized degrees; in demand all over the world
  • Practical-oriented studies which is fast track to great careers
  • Excellent job opportunities
  • Opportunities to stay-back and work in Germany
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