Master Social Policy: Information for Students

Courses

Only illustration: TeacherEach semester, different courses are offered in the Master of Social Policy; some of these are compulsory, others are required electives. Read more ...

Every student can access the e-learning platform StudIP. Usually, students register for a course to have access to required reading and other course materials. Read more ...

The Online Lecture Course Schedule gives a detailed overview of all courses offered at the University of Bremen. The online schedule is constantly updated and offers course descriptions for all courses. Read more ...

Study Plan and Organisation

Only illustration: Post-it with hand The Master of Social Policy is organised in different modules. Each of these modules deals with different aspects of Social Policy and forms an essential part of the study programme. Read more ...

In the study plan, students can see in which semester they are expected to earn study credits. This plan helps to finish the studies within the standard period of study, which is four semesters for the Master of Social Policy. Read more ... (German only)

Students can specialise in one field of Social Policy: Health Care Policy and Health Care System, Work and Social Security or European Labour Studies. Depending on the specialisation, an internship or a semester abroad is mandatory. Read more ...

Administration of Studies and Examinations

Only illustration: folder in a shelf The examination plan sets forth the deadlines and time periods for examinations, such as research papers or exams. Read more ... (German only)

The examination regulations define the number and type of study credits that need to be earned in order to be awarded the Master's degree in Social Policy. Read more ... (German only)

In order to take an examination, it is necessary to register for the respective examination online. Read more ... (German only)

Offers at the SOCIUM

Only illustration: bookshelves Talks and lectures take place on a regular basis ("Jour Fixe") at the Research Center on Inequality and Social Policy. Social Policy students are cordially invited to these events, which are often held in English. Read more ... 

The SOCIUM has its own library. Students have access to books and facilities offered in the library. Read more ...