Starting in Winter Term 2022/23 the Institute of Political Science offers the new M.A. program Comparative Democracy.
The M.A. program Comparative Democracy is an English language research-oriented two-year Master program. The new degree program aims at four main goals:
1. To enable students to gain an in-depth understanding on the conceptual, behavioral, institutional, and structural bases of modern democracy in light of contextual prerequisites and challenges.
2. To provide the theoretical, analytical, and methodological skills to successfully conduct relevant empirical research on problems of contemporary democracy.
3. To prepare students to successfully pursue a career in academic research or in research-oriented positions in governmental or non-governmental organizations.
4. To facilitate academic research and co-operation in an international environment.
The application deadline for the Winter Term 2022/23 is May 31st.
More information on the structure, contents and application requirements can be found on the pages of the program.
An interview (in German) by Prof. Dr. Julian Garritzmann on the new masters programm can be read in the UniReport.
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