MA Labour Policies and Globalisation

The Masters programme “Labour Policies & Globalisation” (LPG) offered by the Global Labour University started as a pilot course in Germany in October 2004. The one-year programme is part of a wider project to promote cooperation between trade unions and the research community and to strengthen the analytical and policy development capacity of trade unions.


The curriculum was jointly developed by universities and trade unions from around the world with a focus on Global Challenges to Labour, International Labour Rights, Processes of Globalisation and Economic Responses to Globalisation.

Key Facts

Faculty/Institute Berlin Professional School
Degree Master of Arts (MA)
ECTS credits 60 ECTS
Structure Full-time programme
Start Winter semester
Duration 13 months
Accreditation accredited by ZEvA
Programme Intake 25

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