The QoG Institute is a research institute and therefore does not provide or administer education. However, students who are interested in learning more about issues related to Quality of Government and corruption can take the course "The Quality of Government in a Comparative Perspective". The course is a Master's level course and is an elective option for students who are registered at one of these three Master's programmes: International Administration and Global Governance (IAGG), European Studies or Political Science.
It is also possible to apply to the course without being a registered student at the above mentioned programmes. Please note that admission to the course requires the successful completion of a minimum of 15 higher education credits from either one or a combination of the core courses ‘Political Science Analysis’ (15 higher education credits) and ‘Political Perspectives’ (15 higher education credits) at the advanced level in Political Science, or alternatively the successful completion of a minimum of 15 higher education credits from the courses given the first term of the programme Master of Science in Economics, or equivalent knowledge.
Information about how to apply can be found here.
Support for Master's students
The QoG Institute offers support for Master's students who want to write their thesis on a QoG related topic. You can read more about it here.
Applications to all programmes and courses are made online. Information about how to apply is available here.
International Administration and Global Governance (IAGG) is an interdisciplinary program focusing on the analysis and understanding of problems related to governance issues in the international arena. The degree will prepare students for professional careers in organizations dealing with aspects of international administration and global governance. Read more about it here.