Since 2004 more than 730 students from all over the world have graduated from the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy. Our alumni have found high-ranking positions in various institutions around the world. The main goals of the Brandt School Alumni Network are to connect the Brandt School’s current students and alumni, to organize reunions, to provide services for our alumni such as career-oriented workshops, and to stay connected with our vast international network of our former students.
We are also regularly feature alumni interviews on our blog, The Bulletin. Check it out!
The Brandt School alumni network is unique because of the diversity of our alumni and the variety of organizations, institutions and countries in which our alumni work. We have alumni based in every region of the world in an array of fields including: 28% in the private sector, 26% in public administration/politics, 15% in NGOs, 13% in research institutions/think tanks, 12% in academia, and the other remaining 6% in other fields.
Where our alumni come from and are living now
Where do they come from?
Where are they living now?
Ambassadors are voluntary representatives of the Brandt School and have the mission to promote the School in their region and engage prospective students to join our master's program. Our ambassadors may offer first-hand, inside perspective of the Brandt School, our programs, and career opportunities after the studies.
Find more information about the Ambassadors Initiative here.
Are you a Brandt School's alum and would like to share your experience with potential newcomers? Please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org