The master’s degree is aimed at prospective students who want to familiarize themselves with social security systems and who are particularly interested in intercultural exchange. The mixture of face-to-face and online lessons gives students the opportunity to build an international network and communicate with experts from various areas of social security. After successfully completing the course, the graduates acquire the academic degree “Master of Arts”.
The interdisciplinary master’s course offers a deep insight into the various areas of social security. Graduates of the course are able to design sustainable, financially viable social security systems that can be both effective and variable. Furthermore, students are enabled to optimize and, if necessary, to restructure social security systems, as well as their adaptation to future demographic, economic, and social challenges.
The following requirements must be met for admission to the course:
____ (1) at least a bachelor's degree in an academically relevant subject, e.g. B. in economics, social, political or health sciences, psychology, international relations, law or other subjects, provided that the subjects relate to social security and include at least 15 credits according to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS)
____ (2nd ) Proof of relevant work experience of at least five months (including unpaid internships and/or voluntary work in a field of work relevant to social security)
____ (3) Very good English skills: Proof of English language skills at C1 level according to the European reference framework