International and European Governance (MSc)
Want to know more about the International and European Governance specialisation of the Master in Public Administration, and experience what it’s like to study in The Hague? There are a number of activities that can help you choose your study.
Relating to the stricter measures to prevent the spreading of the coronavirus, Leiden University will not be able to provide face-to-face teaching or on campus information activities till the end of this academic year. We do provide information about our programme via online activities:
The Master Public Administration with its 3 specialisations Economics and Governance, International and European Governance, and Public Management and Leadership has had a webinar in early June. At this moment it is not possible to join a live webinar until September or October 2020.
You can check out the recordings of the latest webinar. Register here and receive the link to the video of the webinar.
During this live information session our panel made of our professors, Philippe van Gruisen, Alexandre Afonso and Joris van der Voet will present on our academic curriculum and tell you more about the three specialisations: Economics and Governance, International and European Governance, and Public Management and Leadership of the Master Public Administration.
Our study advisor, Charlotte Rosalie will tell you on the different career perspectives the Master Public Administration offers. The session is moderator by Sandra Schott, current student in the Master Public Administration and ambassador to the programme
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Are you exploring your options for a master’s programme? You can learn a lot by coming to our Master’s Open Days. Attend presentations by the different programmes, visit the information fairs, and ask lecturers, students, alumni and study advisers all your questions. And you’ll get to know the best student cities right in the heart of Europe in the Netherlands.
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