Comparative Politics, Administration, and Society (COMPASS)

Radboud UniversityPolitical decisions are increasingly made in complex multi-governance systems. Transnational institutions such as the UN, the EU, the World Bank and the IMF have grown in importance. The COMPASS specialisation provides the skills needed for a career in government or other policymaking organisations (NGOs, international organisations, advocacy groups).

The degree awarded for completing COMPASS is either a Master’s degree in Public Administration or in Political Science. By joining both disciplines, the specialisation incorporates the strengths of both. Courses focus on the barriers to and facilitators of reform, Europeanisation and compliance with EU directives, welfare state reform, and the problems governments face in the 21st century.

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