Information for incoming students from EMPA-Partner

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The EMPA programme is an optional part complementing the Master's programme "Verwaltungswissenschaftliches Aufbaustudium" at DHV Speyer. It is open for students of our partner universities.

Profile of the Programme

The Master's course at the German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer aims to provide future civil servants and young executives with an understanding of the duties and requirements of modern public administration.

For foreign students the multilevel-governance in the German Federal System and the special role of law in German administration can be of particular interest. A semester in Speyer will sharpen their knowledge of the differences and similarities in the structures, processes and cultural backgrounds of public administration in Europe and the European Union. It will also provide contact to students from developing and other foreign countries.

During the programme, the participants will acquire the necessary knowledge and capability to fulfil boundary-spanning functions (organisation, personnel, finances etc.) at different levels of administration (central, regional, local) and in different policy areas (economic policy, social policy and employment policy etc.).

In addition to the compulsory basic courses in administrative sciences and supplementary disciplinary knowledge, the student is free to choose two core areas from the following themes:

Study programme and credit points

The list of courses offered changes slightly from semester to semester and will be published here.

Every incoming EMPA-student is offered personal advice in order to customise his/her study programme to their individual preferences.

Credit points are granted after the completion of the course including coursework and examination. Students can get up to 20 points per semester.

V - lecture, S - seminar, A - project related study group, C - colloquium, E- exercise

Teaching language

Most of the courses are taught in German language. However, in nearly all courses it is possible to write your final course work in English.

Academic calendar

summer term: 1st May - 31st July

winter term: 1st November - 31st January

Deadline for application

summer term: 1st March

winter term: 1st September

Application documents

recommendation letter by your home university

curriculum vitae

health insurance certificate

Cost of living

min. 800 € /month

Accomodation

The university offers accommodation for EMPA-students in the university guesthouses. Both are conveniently located on the campus and are equipped with a kitchen on each floor,dining facilities and a laundry. All bedrooms have a private bathroom.s

Guesthuose Freiherr vom Stein

Guesthouse Otto Mayer

In the university's database you can find private rooms and apartments offered in the city of Speyer and the surroundings. The database's password will be sent after registration for studies.

Contact

Deutsche Universität für Verwaltungswissenschaften Speyer

Commissioner for the Master's programme in Administrative Sciences

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Andreas Knorr

Freiherr-vom-Stein-Straße 2
D-67346 Speyer
Tel.: +49 (0) 6232 654-364
Fax: +49 (0) 6232 654-418
E-Mail: knorr@dhv-speyer.de

Administrative Coordination:

Rechtsassessor Johannes C. Mayer

Freiherr-vom-Stein-Straße 2
D-67346 Speyer
Tel.: +49 (0) 6232/654-249
Fax: +49 (0) 06232/654-208
E-Mail: mayer@dhv-speyer.de


Johannes Mayer
Abteilung 1, Referat Studium & Lehre, Weiterbildung und Forschungsförderung - Referent


Telefon:   06232 / 654-249
E-Mail:   mayer@uni-speyer.de

Deutsche Universität für Verwaltungswissenschaften Speyer

Postfach 14 09 - 67324 Speyer
Freiherr-vom-Stein-Straße 2
67346 Speyer

Kontakt


Ilona Werner
Abteilung 1 - Sekretariat


Telefon:   06232 / 654-248
E-Mail:   iwerner@uni-speyer.de