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About the Programme

The (Master of Advanced Studies) MAS ETH in Science, Technology and Policy provides natural science and engineering graduates with complementary skills in public policy analysis and policy management. The programme's focus is building students' ability to situate scientific and engineering knowledge within a broader social, economic, and political context, and analyse policy-making institutions, processes and policy options as well as policy management and evaluation procedures.

While emphasis is on a wide range of skills in policy analysis and management, the programme offers ample opportunities to apply those skills to specific policy areas of interest.The MAS ETH STP will support the creation of a next generation of decision makers and policy leaders truly literate in science and technology as well as policy.

The MAS Programme includes lectures, seminars, case studies, and independent research work, including an extensive policy analysis project. The first half of the programme is designed for full time study, and the second half of the programme can be completed through full- or part-time study in combination with an internship or professional employment.

Objectives

The programme's goal is to complement students' scientific or engineering skills with additional education in public policy analysis and policy management to support successful careers in government, public administration, corporate regulatory and strategy divisions, international organisations, and civil society.

Professional perspectives

The MAS ETH STP programme is for students seeking to combine their science or engineering knowledge with skills in policy analysis and policy management. Potential future employers include: 

  • government departments focusing, for instance, on environmental, telecom, or pharmaceuticals regulation, R&D funding, or export controls on dual-use goods;
  • regulatory, public affairs, and strategy units in technology firms;
  • international organisations, or sections therein focused on technology, innovation, and regulation;
  • civil society organisations focused on science and technology-related issues.

Visit the MAS ETH in Science, Technology and Policy page on the ETH Zürich website for more details!

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