The international Master’s programme is aimed at students who wish to deal with social security systems and who are also interested in intercultural exchange. The on-campus and online phases provide students with the opportunity to develop an international network, while facilitating the combination of studies and professional engagement.
Standard period of study:
To be admitted to the degree programme, students are required to provide evidence of: >>(1) Having acquired a bachelor’s degree from a relevant academic field such as economics, political sciences, sociology, international relations, business administration, health sciences, public policy, law etc. >>(2) Proof of at least 6 months work experience (incl. unpaid internships and/or voluntary work) in a field related to social protection. >>(3) Being proficient in English, with a minimum level of 560 pbt / 220 cbt / 83 ibt (Toefl test) or equivalent, unless they are a native speaker or conducted their previous University studies in English.
Start of course:
Winter Semester (September)
~ EUR 280