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Masters in Governance in Estonia in 2024

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Masters in Governance in Estonia

Study Governance Masters Programmes

As an academic field, governance involves the understanding of the framework of laws, powers and language of a society, which are normally handled by a government, market or network. In an increasingly globalised world, it is important to continue the development of governance policies and activities. As a student of governance, your knowledge and understanding will become integral to the evolution and growth of the systems of the future.

A postgraduate degree in governance will allow you to expand on the knowledge and skills gained at undergraduate level. Modules you study could include peace building, digital diplomacy, international negotiations, climate change, aid and poverty, and governance of conflict and violence.

Study in Estonia

Although Estonia is a small country, and is home to only around 1.3 million people, it is well developed and has a great higher education system to offer. With the first Estonian university being founded in 1632, the country has a long history of higher education and adopted the Bologna Process in 2002. There are several world ranked universities that offer degrees in the English language, each of them providing a great study abroad experience for international students.

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