Universität KonstanzExzellenzcluster: Kulturelle Grundlagen von Integration


For your information

The costs for a master’s degree in Konstanz consist of the administrative fees of the University, which currently mount up to 196€ a year. More detailed information can be obtaining through the MA coordinator of the department of politics and management, Werner Palz.

office D 322, P.O.Box 82
phone +49 7531 88-4150
e-mail ma.polver@uni-konstanz.de

Who can apply?

The program is intended for graduates of bachelor degree courses or equivalent degrees aspiring to a scientific or practical activity with the relevant priorities. An internship of two months is a precondition for participation.

The goal of the program is to qualify the participants for management and the assumption of leadership tasks in international organizations and transitional administrations as well as for further research leading to a doctoral degree.

Typical professional fields are: administrations and non-governmental organizations, international organizations bearing responsibility for the institutionalized regulation of conflicts and multinational transitional administrations involving civilian-military cooperation (e.g. the UN, EU, NATO).

If you are interested in international conflict management, international organizations, international relations and a methodological high level education within an international framework, contact us at any time.

More information on application and admission procedures with the Department of Politics and Public Administration


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