Joint teaching programmes
In some programmes students take part of the programme elsewhere and part of the programme at ISS in The Hague. In other programmes ISS staff travel to the partner institute to contribute to teaching.
Erasmus Mundus Master programme in Public Policy
Two year international joint degree Masters programme in Public Policy[read more]
The first year is spent either at ISS or at the Central European University (CEU) in Budapest and the second year either at the University of York or the Institute on International Relations in Barcelona (IBEI).
The Mundus MAPP is funded by the European Commission which also provides scholarships for this programme.
Please note that fellowships are available for European students as well!
The Mundus MAPP website can provide you with more detailed information.
Transatlantic ATLANTIS programme
Two-year joint programme in International Security and Development Policy[read more]
The programme is supported by the EU Commission and the US Department of Education.
Students spend their first two semesters (first academic year) at the Maxwell School in Syracuse before joining the Hertie School for their 3rd and the International Institute of Social Studies for their 4th semester (second academic year).
The Transatlantic Master Programme in International Security and Development Policy website can provide you with more detailed information
Master in Public Administration with the FHR Lim A Po Institute in Surinam
Master in Public Administration (MPA) with FHR Lim A Po Institute for Social Studies in Suriname[read more]
The 1.5 year MPA programme is developed for Surinam mid-career professionals.
The MPA programme is accredited by the European Association for Public Administration Accreditation (EAPAA)
In 2010 a new Diploma Programme started on International and Comparative Law for which ISS professor Karin Arts is the External Examiner.
More information on the FHR Lim A Po Institute
Double Degree Programme with the University of Indonesia
Two-year double degree programme[read more]
Students take their first year at the Faculty of Economics at the UI in Depok and the second year at ISS.
More information on the programme is available on the University of Indonesia website
Double Degree with Ritsumeikan University in Japan
Double degree in Development Studies/International Relations[read more]
ISS and Ritsumeikan University offer their students the opportunity to study half a year (starting in September) at the other university to obtain a double degree in Development Studies/International Relations.
Candidates interested in this programme can contact ISS student office.
Students in Japan can contact the Ritsumeikan University
Master of Development Economics
Two-year MA degree in Development Economics (MDE)[read more]
This full time MDE is offered by ISS and the National Economics University in Hanoi and at the University of Economics in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
The programme is taught by Vietnamese university lecturers and visiting lecturers from the Netherlands.
The MDE programme is taught by visiting lecturers from the Netherlands and Vietnamese university lecturers.
More information can be found on the University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City website
Post Graduate Diploma in Poverty Analysis
Post Graduate Diploma Programme in Poverty Analysis with ESRF and REPOA[read more]
This part-time, one year programme in Tanzania is delivered through distance learning coupled with short term intensive training workshops.
The programme is jointly delivered and managed by the Economic and Social Research Foundation (ESRF) and Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA) in partnership with ISS where ISS is the Postgraduate Diploma awarding institution.
Double Degree in Agrarian, Food and Environmental Studies
Double Degree in Agrarian, Food and Environmental Studies with the Universitas Padjadjaren, Bandung, Indonesia[read more]
ISS offers a 2-year double degree programme with the University of Padjadjaran (UNPAD). Students spend their first year in the Graduate Programme on Environmental Studies at UNPAD and the second year at ISS.