The Applied Ethics Master’s programme offers you an in-depth focus on the interaction between moral practice and ethical theory, allowing you to explore ethical theories in relation to actual practical dilemmas.
Related master's programmes
After obtaining your Bachelor's degree you can progress to a Master’s programme to specialise even further. We offer the following Master’s and Research Master’s programmes in the fields of philosophy, politics and economics. Research Master’s (RMA) programmes are two-year programmes that prepare you to do a PhD.
This Master’s programme focuses on the analysis of contemporary violent conflict with an emphasis on the interconnectedness of violence.
This one-year MSc in Economic Policy will equip you with the skills, mindset and multidisciplinary knowledge, needed to give informed responses to the questions facing contemporary society.
The Master’s programme in European Governance explores pressing concerns facing Europe today. The programme will equip you with the knowledge and skills to research these issues and to formulate appropriate responses to the challenges they pose. Our programme prepares you to deal with and work within the framework of European governance – both in Brussels and at home.
In the History Research Master’s programme, we teach you how to perform research, and we challenge you to develop your own ideas on topics of your choice. Our department offers a broad range of historical expertise in political history, cultural history, history of international relations and conflict studies, and economic and social history.
In this Master's programme you will learn how to use historical insights into the functioning of democracy, citizenship and the market to solve current-day problems.
The Master of International Relations in Historical Perspective bridges the historical and political science approaches of international relations.
Philosophy is a selective, two-year, English-language programme that emphasises active participation in research. During your studies, you will develop the skills, knowledge, and experience needed to be a successful researcher
This challenging two-year programme focuses on key issues of Public Administration and Organisation Theory. The programme offers an in-depth investigation of societal problems and critical challenges faced by organisations - government agencies, not for profits, citizen groups, form - involved in public value creation.