Edition 3 | Academic year 2018/2019
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Edition 3 | Academic year 2018/2019
November 2018

Dear Friends of the Hertie School,

I am pleased to announce that the German Research Foundation will fund The Dynamics of Demography, Democratic Processes and Public Policies (DYNAMICS), a graduate programme we are offering with the Humboldt-Universität from Fall 2019. The programme will receive 3.3 million euros over four and a half years. 

On 5 December we are hosting an international symposium in honour of Christian Joerges. The symposium an opportunity to celebrate Professor Joerges' illustrious career and the many invaluable contributions he has made to the school.

The Jacques Delors Institute Berlin, Centre for European Affairs and the Centre for International Security Policy are each accepting applications for two stipends for full-time PhD studies starting in Fall 2019. Successful applicants will be fully integrated in these Centres of Competence and be part of the Berlin Graduate School for Global and Transregional Studies (BGTS).  

Read more about these and other highlights below.

Henrik Enderlein
President, Hertie School of Governance

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Hertie School of Governance and Humboldt-Universität launch graduate programme on consequences of demographic change for democracy

Michaela Kreyenfeld says programme will pursue policy-relevant, inter-disciplinary research.

Executive Education: Digital Week 2019

Gain cutting-edge skills and know-how on digital transformation and digital governance. Join us from 18 – 23 February 2019 at the Hertie School in Berlin.

International symposium in honour of Christian Joerges

5 December 2018 | Experts Sabine Frerichs (Vienna University), Steven Klein (University of Florida), Jürgen Neyer (European University Viadrina), Claire Methven O’Brien (Danish Institute for Human Rights) and Florian Rödl (Freie Universität Berlin), discuss the possibility of reconciling economic rationality and political legitimacy. Chaired by Başak Çalı (Hertie School).

Register now

As US scrambles to fill highly skilled jobs, Germany’s vocational education system offers ideas

Lukas Graf travelled coast-to-coast in the US discussing apprenticeships and higher education.

Culture corps: Can cultural activities help resolve conflict?

Study by Hertie School and Open University for British Council and Goethe-Institut says they can.

CfA: PhD stipends on European affairs and international security

The Jacques Delors Institute Berlin, Centre for European Affairs and the Centre for International Security Policy at the Hertie School each offer two three-year stipends for full-time PhD studies starting 1 September 2019.

MPP student Victor Ortiz Rivera awarded 2018 DAAD Prize

German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)/ Foreign Office prize supports international students in Germany.

Come and meet the Hertie School admissions team

The recruitment and admissions team will be visiting fairs in Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich and more.

Executive training at the Hertie School

24.01.19 – 26.01.19

Executive seminar with Lion Hirth and Christian Flachsland.

28.01.19 – 30.01.19
EU governance

Executive seminar with Mark Dawson.

Register now

Podcast: Defence in the digital age

Katrin Suder, Wolfgang Ischinger and Constanze Stelzenmüller discuss future priorities for German and European security policy.

Europe's future in light of the Brexit deal

Christine Reh comments on the BBC about the future of the world’s largest trading block.

“Blue wave” meets “red wall” in US mid-term election

Panelists discuss future of US political parties, implications for transatlantic relations and what’s in store for 2020

Study shows additional power markets in Europe could lead utilities to “game” the market

Lion Hirth comments in Montel News on a study he co-authored for US energy markets association.

Students and staff take a break during De-Stress Fest

Bi-annual event coincided with Halloween for a festive celebration of relaxation.

GovPod | New student podcast features Pulitzer Prize winner Elizabeth Kolbert

Listen to Hertie School student Nick Lloyd-Kuzik's interview Pulitzer Prize winner Elizabeth Kolbert during her visit to the Hertie School. The interview is part of GovPod, a new student podcast series by The Governance Post.
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