The Master Governance and Human Rights empowers students in their critical understanding and the tools required to assess and apply legal and political governance theories and human rights norms and standards. Students will apply good governance tools in order to establish, implement and protect human rights through applied project learning.
The Masters programme is a 2 years distance-learning programme with 3 classroom sessions for 2 weeks each in Lüneburg. Students will be supported by an online tutor who will answer academic questions, support the students during the learning process and will try to stimulate and moderate online discussions.
In seven modules, students learn to analyze and understand legal and political theories of governance as well as international and national human rights regimes. Learn more about the modules in the Masters programme Governance and Human Rights
The programme is directed at university graduates holding a first university degree with one year of qualified professional and advanced English language skills. Learn more about the admission requirements