Master Programme in State and Local Administration
Faculty: Faculty of Legal Studies
Professional Qualification: State and local administration
Mode of Study: part-time
The Master’s degree program "State and Local Administration" aims to train qualified specialists for state and local institutions and other areas of public administration and for the needs of the private sector. The main goal is to provide immersive knowledge, to improve the qualification and to create skills in the field of modern administrative, information and management techniques and strategic approaches.
The program aims to prepare the administrative potential for better governance; to provide better quality of public services; to uphold the rule of law of the state and local administration. The training is carried out by highly qualified academic staff and practitioners.
With the acquired knowledge and skills, the graduates of the Master’s degree program can work as civil servants; they can be employed at various managerial and expert positions in the state and local administration and be involved as experts: in public service organizations; in the administration of non-governmental economic and non-profit organizations; in international organizations and others.
Requirements and Length of Study:
Graduates in professional fields 3.7. Administration and Management, 3.6. Law, 3.8. Economics and 9.1. National Security study for two semesters (one year) and write a Master’s thesis. Candidates with diplomas in other professional fields can enroll after completing a preparatory module of disciplines.
Admission is based on a Bachelor’s or a Master’s Degree Diploma.