Application

We thank you for your interest in the advanced training Masters programme Governance and Human Rights. We are delighted that you are interested in studying the programme at Leuphana University Lüneburg. You find all relevant information with regard to application and admission on this website.

Admissions Requirements

The programme of study is directed toward all university graduates who

  • have completed first university studies and consequently hold a first university degree,
  • have at least one year of qualified professional experience (optional criterion) and
  • have advanced English language skills

The following tests will be accepted:

  • TOEFL, IBT min. 92 points
  • IELTS (Academic version) min. 6.5 points
  • CAE or CPE: Level C1, Grade B
  • TOEIC 4 skills test: min. 720 points in listening and reading and 310 points in speaking and writing

If you have any further questions, Please feel free to contact the Study Programme Coordinator.

Enrolment in the Governance and Human Rights programme takes place once a year. The following deadlines are important:

  •  July, 1st (early admission)
  •  September, 30th (late admission)

Application Materials

  • Online application
  • Language certificate as proof of the sophisticated English language skills
  • Certified copy of university degree

     

Matriculation

After we have received your application, we will send you a written acknowledgement. If we should require further documents from you, we will contact you immediately. After we have examined your completed application, we will inform you whether you have been accepted to the degree programme four weeks prior to the semester’s start. 

After you have submitted your application, you will hear about admission after the application deadline passed (by early July). You would receive the necessary documents which you have to fill out and transfer the semester fees for the first semester (ca. 200 €). Then you would receive your official student ID etc. With this documents you can apply for a Schengen-visa, if necessary (many nationals do not need a visa for a stay of 2 weeks). It is not necessary to apply for a student visa, because of the distance-learning format.

Personal Advising

Anyone interested in applying is welcome to schedule a confidential advising session with the team of the study programme.

Contact and Information

Jessie Jhon Mateo-Magkilat
Wilschenbrucher Weg 69, P.111
21335 Lüneburg
Fon +49.4131.677-7925
gahr@leuphana.de