This French - German bilingual degree course is an ongoing training of civil servants. The MEGA is aimed at training to modern governance methods in the context of European and international cooperation. It contributes to develop a European network of dynamic and qualified young executives.
During the 40th anniversary of the Elysée Treaty, in 2003, the German chancellor and the President of the French Republic asked to their governments to set up a new joint training program in Public Administration. In this context, the European Master’s degree in Governance and Administration (MEGA) was created in 2005 and already welcomed eight graduating classes.
Since 2013, in order to better reflect the effective needs and availability of young executives of civil service and their employer, the MEGA has been organized in 4 units of formation in face-to-face of 14 days each, one unit of e-learning and one 9 weeks of internship.
This new format gives a targeted formation to the executives of civil service and private sector on realities of French-German cooperation, in a European perspective, while maintaining them employed during the formation and preparing them to take new responsibilities.
The formation will start in February 2017 and last 24 months.
The Master’s degree is jointly delivered by the partner universities (ENA and the University of Potsdam, Germany).
Registration fees are 10 000 € TTC.
Deadline for the submission of applications: September, 30th of 2016.
Applications can either be addressed to the Federal Academy of Public Administration or ENA.
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