The Master's degree programme in Leadership for Change – Governance for Sustainable Change enables developing the kind of knowledge and expertise that is needed to lead and analyse complex change processes. It responds to the need for new kinds of leadership skills which are in demand at local, national, international and global levels.

By interacting with staff members from various disciplines – business, governance, politics and international relations – as well as with different societal stakeholders, students will learn to foster new forms of engagement across sectors of the economy and society. The programme prepares the graduates to work in the private, public or third sector in tasks that involve analysing, planning and steering complex change processes.

The administrative science specialisation provides students with sound academic skills for anticipating, analysing and responding to the complex, dynamic challenges facing contemporary public sector organisations and institutions. Key topics include governance in the context of public sector reforms, changing modes of public service delivery, and evidence-based policy-making.

Career or after graduation opportunities

The programme prepares the graduates to work in private, public or the third sector in tasks that involve analysing, planning and steering complex change processes, which unfold at local, national, international and global levels. Students learn to carry out academic research on these phenomena, and acquire skills required for a potential academic career.

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DEGREE AWARDED

Master of Administrative Sciences

APPLICATION PERIOD

4 December 2018 – 23 January 2019

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START DATE

August 2019

DURATION

120 credits, 2 years of full-time study

FACULTY

Faculty of Management

LOCATION

Tampere University

LANGUAGE

English

TUITION FEE

12 000 €

CONTACT INFORMATION

admissions.tau@tuni.fi

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