Testimonials & Students

Ana Lozano, student in the Master Governance and Human Rights ©privat
Ana Lozano, student in the Master Governance and Human Rights

This Masters programme has a very international atmosphere. You have the opportunity to get to know different approaches and perspectives in the field of human rights and governance by exchanging first hand experiences from people all over the world. It is intense and demanding but academic coordination is very flexible to adjust to each personal situation and committed to constant improvement.

Anna-Kate Bultema, student in the Master Governance and Human Rights ©Leuphana
Anna-Kate Bultema, student in the Master Governance and Human Rights

Over the past years I’ve become increasingly aware of the unacceptable living conditions and suffering that millions of people face on a daily basis. Women and girls particularly face tremendous issues that I want to help alleviate and raise awareness about. The best way to do this, I believe, is through educating myself about the whole picture (both good governance and human rights issues) in order to learn how to help produce effective and long-lasting change.

Joscha Oelgemöller, student in the Master Governance and Human Rights ©privat
Joscha Oelgemöller, student in the Master Governance and Human Rights

The programme offers a one of a kind combination of theory and practice. Being able to study this exceptional subject while working lets me apply what I learn on the go and enables me to promote and protect human rights effectively.