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MSc in Social Sciences in Comparative Public Policy and Welfare Studies 

SDU University of Southern Denmark

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Steckbrief
Abschluss:
Master
Sachgebiet(e):
Soziologie, Sozialwissenschaft, Public Management, Sozialmanagement
Regelstudienzeit:
2 years
Hauptunterrichtssprache:
Englisch
Studienform(en):
Vollzeitstudium
Standort(e):
Odense
Weitere basisinformationen
Zulassung & Bewerbung
Zulassungssemester:
Sep 01
Zulassungsmodus:
March 1
Themenschwerpunkte
Schwerpunkte:
Blended learning activities, Quantitative methods for public policy , The Nordic model of governance , Public policy, Social policy: Challenges and solutions , Science, technology and society , Research design , Economics for policy evaluation , Ethics and public policy , Global issues and development
Fristen & Termine
Vorlesungszeit:

September-January and February-July

Bewerbungsfrist:

September intake: EU/EEA (and Swiss) citizens: March 1st or March 15.

Einschreibfrist (Rückmelder):

no later than March 1st - read more

Sonstiges
Studienbeitrag:
No tuition fees for citizens from the EU/EEA countries.
Ansprechpartner
Student Advisors
Tel: +45 6550 3191
Kontakt Hochschule
Campusvej 55
DK-5230 Odense M
T.: +45 65 50 10 00
Weitere Informationen / Services:
www.sdu.dk
Der Studiengang im Fokus

Introduction to MSc in Social Sciences in Comparative Public Policy and Welfare Studies

  • Why are some societies more unequal than others?
  • How can we explain high unemployment and soaring budget deficits?
  • Why do many women participate in the labour market in some countries, and very few in others? Why does health care differ in quality across developed societies?
  • How do older generations treat younger ones in ageing societies?

The answers to these questions are all related to public policy and welfare states, and they are essential to the future of societies. The Master in Comparative Public Policy and Welfare Studies teaches the roots of modern welfare states, the manifold effects they have on societies, and the main pressures and challenges they face in the ageing, globalizing, migrating and robotizing world.

This two-year Master provides students with a high level of skills and competencies that will enable them to contribute to sustainable, equitable and democratically legitimate policy solutions to such challenges. This makes our students' attractive candidates to multiple international and national agencies as well as to ministries and other government bodies.

Student life

The teaching form is a mix of traditional lectures, project assignments and assignments in groups or individually, which will prepare you for the many possibilities at SDU and your professional career afterwards.
As something special, you will find multiple study programmes under the same roof. Therefore you will find a casual atmosphere and a living social study environment.

We are proud of the internationalization you will find at our campuses. Each year we are admitting a large portion of international students, and we are focused on attracting educators and researchers from the whole world. This creates an exciting environment and promotes diversity, and we hope you will enjoy the many possibilities you find at our campuses and contribute to the SDU-culture.

Mögliche Berufsfelder

Career opportunities

Jobs include:

  • International organizations, the United Nations, the World Bank, the European Union, the International Labour Organisation, the OECD and the Nordic Council of Ministers.
  • INGOs and NGOs that are active in the social policy area
  • International and national interest organisations, trade unions and business organizations.
  • International and national consultancy companies and statistical agencies.
  • National, regional and local ministries, departments and institutions dealing with labour market and social policy.
Fragen zum Studiengang
Welchen Abschluss erhalte ich, wenn ich MSc in Social Sciences in Comparative Public Policy and Welfare Studies  studiere?
Beim Studiengang MSc in Social Sciences in Comparative Public Policy and Welfare Studies  an der SDU University of Southern Denmark handelt es sich um einen Studiengang mit dem Abschluss Master
Welche Sachgebiete beinhaltet der Studiengang?
Die Sachgebiete des Studiengangs sind Soziologie, Sozialwissenschaft und Public Management, Sozialmanagement.
Wie lange dauert das Studium?
Die Regelstudienzeit beträgt Sonstige. Ein Semester sind 6 Monate. Somit dauert das Studium in der Regel 0 Monate.
In welcher Sprache finden die Lehrveranstaltungen statt?
Die Vorlesungen, Seminare oder Kurse finden hauptsächlich in Englisch statt.
In welcher Form wird das Studium MSc in Social Sciences in Comparative Public Policy and Welfare Studies  angeboten?
Das Studium wird als Vollzeitstudium in Odense angeboten.
Wo finden die Lehrveranstaltungen statt?
Standort dieser Hochschule ist Odense.
Kann ich mich zum Sommer- oder zum Wintersemester bewerben?
Du kannst dich zu folgendem Semester bewerben: Sep 01.
Gibt es spezielle Zugangsvoraussetzungen, um MSc in Social Sciences in Comparative Public Policy and Welfare Studies  zu studieren?
Für das Studium des Fachs MSc in Social Sciences in Comparative Public Policy and Welfare Studies  gelten keine speziellen Zugangsvoraussetzungen.
Welche Themenschwerpunkte gibt es?
Themenschwerpunkte im Studienfach MSc in Social Sciences in Comparative Public Policy and Welfare Studies  sind:
Schwerpunkte:
Blended learning activities, Quantitative methods for public policy , The Nordic model of governance , Public policy, Social policy: Challenges and solutions , Science, technology and society , Research design , Economics for policy evaluation , Ethics and public policy , Global issues and development
Wann kann ich mich bewerben?
Hier findest du die Fristen und Termine für deine Bewerbung:

Vorlesungszeit:

September-January and February-July

Bewerbungsfrist:

September intake: EU/EEA (and Swiss) citizens: March 1st or March 15.

Einschreibfrist (Rückmelder):

no later than March 1st - read more

Gibt es einen Studienbeitrag?
Zum Studienbeitrag liegen folgende Informationen vor: No tuition fees for citizens from the EU/EEA countries.
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