Regional Integration & Multi-level Governance - MPP specialisation webinar

Presenters: Dr. Michal Natorski and Dr. Tatiana Skripka, UNU-MERIT

Is the Master's specialisation in Regional Integration & Multi-level Governance the right specialisation for you? Join this live presentation and Q&A session to find out all you need to know about this specialisation!

During this webinar, Specialisation Coordinators Michal Natorski and Tatiana Skripka will deep-dive into the contents and specificities of the specialisation. With the support of our current master’s students and alumni, it will be a session dedicated to answering your questions and providing you with all of the information necessary to assist you in choosing your MPP specialisation. 

The specialisation in Regional Integration & Multi-level Governance is one of the seven specialisations offered within the Master of Science in Public Policy and Human Development, a one-year double-degree programme run by United Nations University-MERIT and Maastricht University in Maastricht, the Netherlands.

This specialisation explores how regionalism and multi-level governance transform the ways in which public policy is designed and executed in different world regions: Europe, Asia, Africa, South and North America. The four courses of the specialisation investigate challenges to governance in complex environments and analytical approaches used to address them.

Register here.

For any questions, please contact Communications Officer Sueli Brodin.

About the speaker

Michal Natorski joined the United Nations University-MERIT and its School of Governance as an Assistant Professor in September 2016. He is also a Visiting Professor in the College of Europe (Natolin Campus). His research interests include the international diffusion of public policies, global and European development cooperation, and the influence of external actors on the transformations of governance systems.

Tatiana Skripka is an Assistant Professor at UNU-MERIT and Maastricht University, and Associate Researcher at UNU-CRIS. She co-directs the PhD programme on Innovation, Economics, and Governance for Development at UNU-MERIT and coordinates and teaches in the MSc in Public Policy specialisation track on 'Regional Integration and Multilevel Governance' offered jointly by Maastricht University and UNU-CRIS.

Venue: Online

Date: 26 March 2021

Time: 13:00 - 13:45  CEST