1 Objectives of the programme This scholarship programme is designed to academically qualify future leaders in politics, law, economics and administration according to the principles of Good Governance and to prepare them in a praxis-oriented course for their professional life. The programme offers very good graduates with a first university degree the chance to obtain a Master s degree in disciplines that are of special relevance for the social, political and economic development of their home country. With the knowledge and experience acquired in Germany the scholarship holders should later contribute to the establishment of democratically oriented economic and social systems aimed at overcoming social tensions. Scholarship Programme Public Policy and Good Governance PPGG Master studies at Top German Universities Target group Very well qualified graduates with a first university degree (Bachelor or equivalent) who in the future want to actively 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. The scholarship scheme is open to candidates from Africa, Latin America, South Asia, Southeast Asia as well as from countries in the Middle East. What is fundable? The scholarships are granted for selected Master courses at German institutions of higher education in different cities in Germany. The selected Master courses have a subject-specific focus on: public policy, good governance, international relations, public management, public administration and civil society. The courses have an international orientation and are taught in German and/or English. The scholarship holders will study in groups and be offered special tutoring at their host institutions. Furthermore, there is the possibility of networking events for participants in different courses and their attendance at tailor-made workshops. Before taking up their Master studies the scholarship holders will be placed on German courses in Germany for normally 6 months (this also applies to scholarship holders in Master courses taught in English). and Advice Further information can be obtained from DAAD Section 442 Transregional programmes Good Governance : or on our web page
2 PPGG Scholarship Programme Content PPGG Master courses University of Lüneburg Public Economics, Law and Politics (PELP) University of Passau Master of Governance and Public Policy University of Potsdam Master of Public Management (MPM) University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück Master of Management in Non-profit Organisations Hertie School of Governance Master of Public Policy (MPP) University of Duisburg-Essen Master of Development and Governance Willy Brandt School, University of Erfurt Master of Public Policy (MPP) University of Osnabrück Master of Democratic Governance and Civil Society PPGG scholars Afghanistan Unique Network Mexico To create New Structures Myanmar Ideal Preparation for Studies Togo NGOs play a key role This DAAD programme is funded by:
3 Network and Careers U Lüneburg Public Economics, Law and Politics (PELP) Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Leuphana Graduate School The 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 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. In 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. The programme is directed towards national and international graduates with a Bachelor or its equivalent in the fields of politics, law, economics and administrative sciences. Prerequisites include, among others, an above average transcript for the preceding degree, as well as an very good knowledge of English and German. Apl. Prof. Dr. Dawid Friedrich Leuphana Universität Lüneburg Scharnhorststr. 1, C Lüneburg, Germany Phone: +49 (0) Fax: +49 (0)
4 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. U Passau Master of Governance and Public Policy University of Passau Department of Governance and Historical Science The city of Passau lies in the southeast of Germany and right at the heart of a unified Europe. The University of Passau is beautifully located at the confluence of the three rivers Danube, Inn and Ilz. Idyllically situated 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 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. Studying at the interface of various disciplines requires a high level of academic commitment. Thus, the programme especially addresses highly qualified graduates with a bachelor degree in social sciences or economics. Moreover, we expect our students to possess an excellent command of the English language and a very good knowledge of German. The study course Governance and Public Policy has a two-yearcurriculum. 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. Network and Career The University of Passau is one of the most international institutions of higher learning in Germany and enjoys a vibrant international Universität Passau Lehrstuhl für Politikwissenschaft Dr.-Hans-Kapfinger-Straße Passau, Germany Head of Programme: Prof. Dr. Winand Gellner Phone: +49 (0) Programme Coordinator: Dr. Christian Dölle Phone: +49 (0)
5 Network and Careers U Potsdam Master of Public Management (MPM) University of Potsdam Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences (FESS) 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. The MPM programme 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 MPM programme is a (EAPAA credited) postgraduate midcareer 13 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 defending a Master s thesis. The programme has three degree options, so called specialization streams: The stream Public Policy and Administration is designed to equip public sector professionals with the analytical and practical skills required to meet society s need for improved efficiency and effectiveness in public management. With a similar orientation, the stream Global Public Policy provides the framework to meet the challenges of managing public policies that transcend national borders. The third stream, GeoGovernance, allows students to focus parts of their studies on handling risks emerging from natural disasters and climate change. Through its established network, the MPM programme promotes dialogue between academia, the public sector, businesses and the non-profit sector. Worldwide research activities of the MPM faculty include links with the Global Public Policy Institute, Transparency International, German International Cooperation (GIZ), the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), the German Research 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. The majority of MPM s graduates hold management and executive positions in ministries, local government and NGOs. They undertake reform projects in the public sector in cooperation with international aid agencies and organisations. The MPM programme is particularly designed for qualified graduates in economics, business management, social sciences and/ or natural sciences with professional experience and expectations for a career in international or public sector organisations. Applications are welcome from professionals with at least 2-3 years work experience in public administrations, the private sector or NGOs.Excellent English language skills are a prerequisite for enrolling in the programme. Ms Stefanie Arndt University of Potsdam Potsdam Center for Policy and Management / MPM August-Bebel-Straße Potsdam, Germany Phone: +49 (0) Fax: +49 (0)
6 social policy are required in this sector. They should have a profound knowledge of management and be aware of the political/ legal peculiarities of the non-profit 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. HS Osnabrück Master of Management in Non-profit Organisations University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück Faculty of Business Management and Social Sciences The Faculty of Business Management and Social Sciences at the University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück is characterised by progression through study programmes which have been well organised in advance with small study groups, direct close contact with the professors and other teaching staff and intensive care of the students by departmental staff. The Master of Management in Non-profit Organisations is a two-year degree programme concluding with a Master s thesis in the 4th semester. The internationally recognised Master of Arts (MA) degree is awarded after successful completion of the programme. Study and research are application-oriented and provide excellent job prospects. The programme is characterised by highly qualified lecturers with thorough non-profitmanagement experience. The interdisciplinary composition of the Master programme s curriculum corresponds to the profile required for the non-profit sector. In practice-oriented modules, it links the areas of non-profit-management with Social and Political Sciences and Law and conveys social and communicative key competencies. Graduates of the Master programme can and did assume managerial functions in various types of (inter-)national non-profit organisations. Network and Careers The rapidly growing nonprofit sector demands a new type of executive. Professionals with a sense of 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 Management and Social Sciences (IFO) provides information, support and advice on orientation, study programmes, enrolment and accommodation. The Master of Management in Non-profit Organisations is designed for highly talented and motivated students who wish to pursue a career in a non-profit organisation. Applicants must have an above-average degree in one of the following areas: Public Management or Administrative Management, Economics, Economic Law or Law or Social Sciences majoring in Economics. The Master degree programme Management in Non-Profit Organisations is taught in German. A good command of the German language is essential to be able to study successfully. Good knowledge of English is expected. University of Applied Sciences Faculty of Business Management and Social Sciences Programme Coordinator PPGG Caprivistraße 30a Osnabrück, Germany Room CJ 0202 Phone: +49 (0) Fax: +49 (0)
7 Network and Careers HSoG Master of Public Policy (MPP) Hertie School of Governance in Berlin The Hertie School of Governance is the Professional School for Public Policy in Berlin preparing exceptionally talented students and young professionals for leadership positions in today s rapidly changing world. Thanks to its innovative teaching and research programmes, the Hertie School is uniquely positioned to address the complexities of a transnational world. The School offers a two-year, English-language postgraduate academic programme, leading to the Master of Public Policy (MPP) degree. In the MPP, the major focus is on Good Governance in the 21st Century. This includes micro- and macroeconomics, an introduction to policy analysis, and quantitative and qualitative empirical methods as well as public management, international law, and the development of modern governance. The programme s strong practice orientation is reflected by case study teaching and the integration of practitioners in courses and research. In addition, the MPP encompasses a mandatory internship and a project-oriented Master s thesis. The MPP programme offers six specializations which students can pursue in their second year of study: 1) European Governance, 2) Global Governance, 3) Economic Policy and Institutions, 4) Social Policy and Welfare Regimes, 5) Public Management and Tools of Policy Analysis, 6) Democratic Development and Governance. The Hertie School maintains a number of valuable partnerships with renowned academic institutions across the globe such as the London School of Economics and Political Science, Sciences Po Paris, the Lee Kwan Yee School of Public Policy at the University of Singapore, Tsinghua University in Beijing as well as Columbia University, Georgetown University, and Duke University in the US. MPP graduates take up careers in international institutions, non-governmental organisations, consulting firms, federal and local government, research institutions, think tanks, and private firms. The MPP is designed for highly talented and motivated students who wish to pursue a career at the intersection of the public, private, and civil society sector. The MPP is targeted towards students with a first academic degree (B.A. or international equivalent) in the fields of political science, sociology, economics, and law. Other degrees are also welcome, provided that the student has a strong personal interest in the study programme. Successful applicants need to prove strong English language skills. Previous work experience is an advantage but not a requirement. Benjamin Steffen Hertie School of Governance Master of Public Policy Friedrichstraße 180/Quartier Berlin, Germany Phone: +49 (0) The Hertie School of Governance - founded and supported by Gemeinnützige Hertie-Stiftung.
8 U Duisburg-Essen Master of Development and Governance University of Duisburg-Essen, Institute of Political Science The University of Duisburg-Essen is located in the middle of a region with the largest number of educational institutions per square kilometre in Europe. About 30,000 students are enrolled at the university. The Institute of Political Science at the University of Duisburg-Essen is one of the largest in Germany. Since October 2010, the Institute of Political Science has been offering the Master s degree programme in Development and Governance. The Master of Development and Governance is a one-year fulltime degree programme taught in English. The programme combines teaching in several political science sub-disciplines with a practice-oriented methodology including an internship with a German (development) organisation. The main emphasis is on acquiring knowledge of the relevance of different tiers and forms of governance processes both within the established democracies and the developing societies. The curriculum consists of three modules (Development, Governance and Area Studies), a compulsory six-week internship with a German (development) organisation and the Master s thesis. Students select two out of the three courses on African Politics, European Politics and Asian Politics and are thus able to specialise on regional issues even within a one-year Master programme. Network and Careers The programme thus provides students with both policy- and region-specific expertise and allows them to pursue their professional careers within the administrations, governments or development organisations of their home countries or to qualify for a career in international organisations whether governmental or not. To meet the requirements of the professional world and in order to be able to offer interesting internships and contacts, the institute continuously extends its network. The Institute of Political Science at the University of Duisburg-Essen has partnership programmes with the INEF (Institute for Development and Peace), the Institute of East Asian Studies and the NRW School of Governance. The Institutes research is oriented towards the focus Governance and Legitimacy in a Globalised World. Researchers from the policyoriented think tank German Development Institute contribute to the teaching. The programme is designed for students with a Bachelor s degree requiring four years of full time study in political science, social science, law, economics, geography or related disciplines. Students have ideally already acquired some professional experiences in administration, government or development organisations of their home countries or international organisations in order to benefit most from the MA programme. Successful candidates for this programme possess a strong academic record and a very good English language proficiency. The programme includes a mentorship programme offered by both the Institute and the International Office of the University of Duisburg-Essen. Ms Stefanie Probst University of Duisburg-Essen Institute of Political Science Lotharstraße Duisburg, Germany Phone: +49 (0)
9 Network and Careers U Erfurt Master of Public Policy (MPP) University of Erfurt Willy Brandt School of Public Policy The Willy Brandt School of Public Policy at the University of Erfurt is a professional school, providing a stimulating environment for those who strive for management and leadership positions in the public and non-profit sector. Established in 2002 as Erfurt School of Public Policy, the Brandt School offers one of the first Master of Public Policy (MPP) degree programmes at a German university. At the same time, the Brandt School also functions as a research institution and is part of an active international cooperation network in the field of public policy. The Master of Public Policy (MPP) is a two-year, practice-oriented degree programme taught in English. During the course of studies, students learn to understand the theoretical underpinnings of political processes and develop critical, analytical and practical abilities for policy-making. For this purpose, the core curriculum 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 Political Economy and Conflict Studies and Conflict Management. Additionally, students gain practical experience through project groups and a mandatory internship at a public policy institution. To meet the requirements of the professional world and in order to be able to offer interesting internships and professional contacts, the School continuously extends its network with experts from the public and non-profit sectors. The Brandt School has partnership programmes with several European and non- European academic institutions and public policy organizations and is a member of the Transatlantic Policy Consortium (TPC). The MPP is designed for highly talented and motivated students who wish to pursue a career in the public sector and aim for executive positions in government agencies, international institutions or non-governmental/non-profit organisations, on the local, regional, national, or international level. Successful candidates for this programme possess strong analytical skills, curiosity and a probing mind, as well as a commitment to understanding and solving problems. English is the language of instruction of the MPP programme, therefore adequate proficiency is an admission requirement. Ms Kristiina Valdru Universität Erfurt Willy Brandt School of Public Policy P.O. Box Erfurt, Germany Phone: +49 (0) Fax: +49 (0)
10 U Osnabrück Master of Democratic Governance and Civil Society University of Osnabrück, Department of Social Sciences Osnabrück is situated in north-western Germany with more than 10,000 students at the University of Osnabrück. International success in research, interdisciplinary programmes and projects, several graduate colleges as well as many reforming efforts, especially in teaching, are hallmarks of the University. Since October 2005, the Department of Social Sciences has been offering the Master of Democratic Governance and Civil Society degree programme. Numerous partnerships with international universities as well as with institutions outside the academic area support both internationalism and scientific exchange. The competences to be acquired will qualify students to develop conceptual approaches of how to deal with the challenges of democratic governance 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 and international levels. The programme is meant for recent BA graduates seriously interested in analysing the challenges of policy-making in modern democracies. Applicants must have obtained a BA in Social Sciences, Political Science, Sociology, European Studies, Law, Economics or neighbouring disciplines. The MA programme is taught in both German and English. The students have the option of writing term papers and the Master s thesis in English as well as using English in class discussions. Good passive German language skills are required. The two-year Master programme Democratic Governance and Civil Society is focused on the relations and organisational interfaces between state actors and civil society groups and associations. How governments and civic groups interact and the type of responsibilities they perceive, are key for the problem-solving capacities of politics. Emphasis is placed on the challenges and practices of governance at the local, regional, national and supranational levels, as well as on the tensions and conflicts that arise from the realities of cultural diversity and the universalist idea of liberal democracy. The programme s excellent academic course instruction is further supported by tutorials, internships, excursions, summer schools and group projects. In the elective area, students can choose course modules from several other disciplines. Network and Careers Head of Section: Prof. Dr. Roland Czada University of Osnabrück Social Science Department Seminarstraße Osnabrück, Germany Phone: +49 (0) Fax: +49 (0) DRZG.htm Programme Coordinator: David Seaman, M.A. University of Osnabrück Seminarstraße 33, Osnabrück Phone: +49 (0)
11 Afghanistan Delawar Barekzai, 28, is from Afghanistan and studies Public Management at University of Potsdam (third term). Unique Network What know-how have you acquired through the PPGG programme? I have learnt how a civil society can function and how responsible governance can be integrated bit by bit into public sectors. Increased efficiency and effectiveness in the administration of economy, politics and public institutions are in particular important. What plans do you have for the future? I will go back to Afghanistan and help my country to develop stronger public institutions. Only with such we can counteract violence and terror in our country. To achieve this aim, I would like to establish an enterprise which consults governmental and non-governmental organisations. Moreover, I plan to initiate a Master programmme with some fellow students, to train students respectively. Which role does the German Academic Exchange Service play in this respect? The German Academic Exchange Service offers a unique network. Here executives from more than 60 countries gather and swap ideas. This is a huge enrichment for any of us. Moreover, it offers numerous options to connect with international experts. Thus we can take part in study tours, for example, to the European Union or UN institutions. Mexico Marianela Romero Aceves studies Public Policy at the Hertie School in Berlin (third term). Before that the 28-year-old worked in Mexico as a counsellor for a non-governmental organisation. To create New Structures What know-how has the PPGG programme provided for you? In my studies I have learned about solutions for problems of developing countries. However, it has dawned on me that for those solutions structures have yet to be created in my home country. For this a good cooperation between government, economy and non-governmental organisations is needed. How this may be achieved, was an essential component of our education at university. What plans do you have for the future? Before I came to Germany, I have worked for a NGO which initiated programmes at elementary schools since these have huge structural problems in Mexico. I would like to check these projects on effectiveness and optimize them. Moreover, back in Mexico I would like to find possible investors who will finance those programmes. Have the foreign studies helped you personally? I have many ideas; however, I don t always know how I should go about certain things. As a DAAD scholarship holder I have met people encouraging me or who do have similar ideas like me. Together we can devise and kick-off new projects. Another positive effect is the multicultural exchange. Thus I have learnt how living together works in other cultures.
12 Myanmar Aye Myat Thu comes from Myanmar and studies at University of Duisburg-Essen Development and Governance (first term). Ideal Preparation for Studies Why did you apply for the PPGG programme? At the moment Myanmar is changing to a democracy therefore, especially in the area of good governance a lot still needs to be done. I think that the PPGG programme can provide me with some know-how and skills to support this process. What do you expect from your studies? The Master course at University of Duisburg-Essen appeals to many subjects relevant to my home country. I hope that we will learn a lot about the interaction of the government and the development of a country and to analyze different strategies of ministries. What role does the German Academic Exchange Service play in this respect? The German Academic Exchange Service has already helped me very much prior my application. When I read about the advertising, the DAAD representative for Myanmar supplied me with all the necessary information. And the 6-months German course organised by the German Academic Exchange Service was very important for me too. It has prepared me optimally for the daily routine at a German university and Germany itself. Togo Abdou Rachide Tennin from Togo currently studies Management in Non-profit Organisations at University of Osnabrück (third term). NGOs play a key role What know-how has the PPGG programme provided for you? Efficient management of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) is an essential part of my education. In my studies I am currently learning how NGO s can contribute to the development of a country and how they can finance projects without state support. This is vital since NGOs can operate only as such regardless of any state interests. What plans do you have for the future? I definitely would like to go back to Africa. Education is a key subject in the development of our continent. We need better educational programmes and infrastructures. Governments alone cannot provide this; therefore, NGOs do play a key role. As employee of a NGO I would like to contribute substantially to this development. What have you learned beyond your studies? Being in Germany I became acquainted with not only the German culture, but also the variety of the African continent. In my 6-months German course at the beginning of the programme I met scholarship holders from different countries all over Africa. This was a valuable experience for me!
13 The PPGG-team in Bonn from left to right: Bianca Bode, Lars Gerold, Ruth Pahle, Ivana Olic de Oliveira, Anzhela Eloeva, Dennis Binder Publisher DAAD Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst German Academic Exchange Service Kennedyallee 50, Bonn (Germany) Section 442 Transregional programmes Good Governance Project Coordination Lars Gerold, Head of Section, Ivana Olic de Oliveira, Programme Coordinator Layout Kreativ Konzept, Agentur für Werbung GmbH, Bonn Printed by Media Cologne Kommunikationsmedien GmbH, Köln Frankfurt Print-run December ,000 DAAD This publication was funded to the DAAD by the Federal Foreign Office.
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