COURSES AND CONTENT
China and Europe are facing challenges of equal magnitude, although from opposite perspectives, in the task of securing quality of life for citizens, social mobility and cohesion, and economic competitiveness. In the broad areas of welfare policies and institutional development, very large changes are likely to happen in the course of just a few years.
The purpose of MSocSc in Public Management and Social Development is to educate people who can take part in meeting such challenges and changes, with a particular focus on how China and Europe might learn from each other.
In order to understand the background of the current challenges like social mobility or changes in demography, students will be introduced to the emergence and development of Chinese and European societies, cultures, institutions and practices. Seeing the differences and similarities between the two regions will allow you a nuanced approach to meet the challenges.
The solution lies in social innovation that can improve current welfare models. You will investigate the strengths and weaknesses of different models, and find out how they work. And through the use of empirical analyses you will learn how future solutions can be created in cooperation between public and private sectors.
The programme is taught in China with both Chinese and European students and teachers. This means that you will be learning both inside and outside the classroom, and the line between study and leisure time is blurred. The experience builds competencies that you could never get from reading a book.
The programme is broad, but leaves room for specialisation within different sectors, public or private. The internship will be a good chance to pursue personal interests.
Public Management and Social Development is taught in Beijing as a collaboration between CBS and the Chinese university UCAS. You will therefore get a double degree from both a Danish and a Chinese University. The programme is offered by the Sino-Danish Center for Education and Research (SDC) in Beijing.
Find more information about the programme, content, structure and career and watch videos with students at SDC’s webpage – Public Management and Social Development
The programme is one of seven programmes under the Sino-Danish Center for Education and Research (SDC). Find more infromation about SDC and the other programmes under Sino-Danish Center for Education and Research (SDC)
SPECIFIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Your educational background will be subject to an overall individual assessment in order to establish if the academic areas listed below are covered to a sufficient extent.
The specific entry requirements are min. 30 ECTS-points within one or more of the following areas:
- Business administration (e.g. innovation/entrepreneurship; management; marketing; organisation; accounting; statistics; finance; strategy; and the like)
- Social science methodology (incl. philosophy of science, research design, applied methods, qualitative methods, quantitative methods, mixed methods or the like)
- Politics in general (incl. political science, political theory, international politics, international political economy, international relations or the like)
- Culture/society studies with a focus on one or more East Asian countries (incl. sociology, social studies, public administration, anthropology, development studies, law, psychology, culture studies, area studies, history, philosophy)
- Economics (incl. economic theory, microeconomics, macroeconomics, international economics, or the like)
Please note that this programme takes places in China, and not in Denmark.
要申请此工作 请将您的详细情况发送到以下邮箱 email@example.com