In cooperation with Saarland University & the Center for Evaluation (CEval) in Saarbrücken
Scientific directors: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Meyer, Saarland University & Prof. em. Dr. Reinhard Stockmann, Saarland University
Responsible faculty of Saarland University: Faculty of Empirical Human Sciences and Economic Science
The postgraduate distance learning programme provides you with the knowledge and expertise to develop and strengthen monitoring and evaluation capacities within public, private and government sectors. It imparts scientific knowledge and skills in the fields of monitoring and evaluation and enables students to design, implement and manage evaluations.
The Master's programme is aimed at persons who are interested in doing or commissioning evaluations. Freelancers and employed evaluators improve their knowledge and expertise. Commissioners of evaluations, and monitoring and evaluation staff learn to examine and consult evaluation tasks. Furthermore, it provides the opportunity to pursue an academic career.
Interested persons without a first university degree qualifying for a profession, but with a university entrance qualification (e. g. Allgemeine Hochschulreife or Meisterprüfung) as well as relevant professional experience of at least five years, have the opportunity to qualify for the degree programme by passing an aptitude test.
If you do not complete your studies within the standard period of study of 4 semesters, you have the option of extending your studies. In this case, the tuition fee is waived in the 5th semester. From the 6th semester onwards, you pay a reduced tuition fee of 30%. You may apply to pay the tuition fees in instalments. The fees are exempted from German VAT and may be tax-deductible if the legal requirements are fulfilled.
Study materials and on-campus phases
The study materials are included in the fees in digital and/or printed form. The fees do not include travel and accommodation expenses or meal allowances during the on-campus phases.
Subject to change