Brandt School Universität Erfurt

Partnerships with practitioners, public sector organizations, business, and academic institutions are central to the Brandt School's educational mission. Read more

  • Haniel Stiftung
  • DAAD


New Publication about Entrepreneurial Attitudes and Behaviours of Scientists at Universities


A new article by Heike M. Grimm and Johannes Jaenicke has just been published Online First in the Journal of Technology Transfer to be accessed via...Read more

Commitment Award Ceremony 2014


On the evening of July 27th, over 120 guests gathered at the Kaisersaal in Erfurt to celebrate the 2014 Commitment Award and the achievements of the students from Class of 2014. Students...Read more

Brandt School Students Visit the Technology and Innovation Park in Jena


A group of students from the Brandt School had the opportunity to connect theory learned in class with the practical. The students from the course “Building National and Regional...Read more

Master of Public Policy

Study an innovative Public Policy Program among an inspiring group of students from all over the world.

Our Master of Public Policy is a two-year graduate program which combines elements of various social sciences and applies them to the practices of governments, administrations and nonprofit organizations. Bringing together theoretical and practical skills, the MPP trains future political leaders to make sound decisions. The program is fully accredited through ACQUIN. Read more

Why Brandt School?

Established in 2002 as Germany´s first professional school of public policy, the Brandt School incorporates the vision of its name patron that the world is fundamentally interconnected and interdependent, that local solutions require global understanding, and that responsible policy-making means to boldly think outside of the box.

In this spirit, the Brandt School offers students, researchers and the broader policy community a highly international atmosphere, a uniquely trans-disciplinary approach, and a practice-oriented outlook. Read more