Edition 8 | Academic year 2018/2019
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Edition 8 | Academic year 2018/2019

Dear Friends of the Hertie School,

It's official! CIVICA, our alliance with six other leading universities, has been selected by the European Commission as one of the European universities of the future. We are delighted to embark on this new chapter in the school's story. 

We are now accepting applications for the Michael Endres Visiting Professorship for the Academic Year 2020/21. We look forward to receiving applications from scholars doing cutting-edge research on European integration, including its comparative dimension. The ten-month professorship is affiliated with the Jacques Delors Institute Berlin, Centre for European Affairs. 

Enjoy our latest newsletter!

Henrik Enderlein
President, Hertie School of Governance

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Hertie School to become one of EU’s “European Universities”

EU funds new European university alliance CIVICA.

Hertie School pays tribute to 220 graduates

Former WTO Secretary General Pascal Lamy delivers keynote speech.

Adrienne Héritier and Kathleen Thelen awarded Hertie School‘s Michael Endres Prize

2019 prize given jointly to two winners for the first time.

Resilience in crises

Thurid Hustedt explores the new focus on “resilience” in reforming crisis management systems. 

Unions’ differing role moulds apprenticeship systems over time

Article by Lukas Graf and co-authors compares German and Swiss systems of collective skill formation.

Study evaluates implementation of Austrian public admin reforms

New study by Gerhard Hammerschmid on outcome-based management and performance budgeting.

Apply now: Executive Master of Public Administration

Prepare yourself for tomorrow's leadership challenges. Join the Executive MPA this fall.

Explore the CV Book 2019

A showcase of this year's graduates. We are pleased to introduce you to these future professionals and world-changers.

Master’s thesis poster winners 2019

MPP and MIA grads present thesis projects in annual poster exhibition.

How to regulate the internet?

Nick Clegg, Daniela Stockmann, Benoit Loutrel discuss potential rules.

Hassel appointed to German government advisory council ‘Hightech Forum’

Anke Hassel chairs social innovation group, developing policy insights for education and research ministry.

Hertie School re-certified as family-friendly university

Fifth time running: Hertie School awarded certificate “audit family-friendly university”.

Hertie School graduate elected to European Parliament

Damian Boeselager is co-founder and spitzenkandidat of new pan-European party VOLT.
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