The study programme is offered in cooperation with the Distance and Independent Studies Center of the Technical University of Kaiserslautern.

The 'Master (Blended Learning) of Evaluation' is unique in Europe and only few universities in the world are offering comparable study programmes. This study programme provides students skills and knowledge for professional scientific work on evaluations in the fields of politics, administration, and social services.

Key elements of the study programme are theories, research methods and national as well as international evaluation practices. Students are taught how to design and implement evaluations in a broad variety of contexts. A case study improves the practical experiences in doing evaluations.

The study programme prepares for scientific and methodologically sound explorations of any kind of evaluation questions. It also delivers skills and insights into the practical work of commissioners and evaluation experts from the beginning of developing evaluation tasks to the end of utilizing the evaluation results. The 'Master (Blended Learning) of Evaluation' conveys key competences for monitoring, quality management, organizational development, project and programme management and opens doors to a broad variety of interesting jobs.

Students from around the world enrolled in new English-language Master’s programme "Evaluation"

A new international Master’s degree programme in the field of international cooperation and development is now being offered jointly by Saarland University and Kaiserslautern University of Technology. The English-language programme, whose official title is "Master (Blended Learning) of Evaluation MABLE", combines on-campus block courses with modern forms of e-learning and is unique in its field in Europe. [more...]

Course of study Master (Blended Learning) of Evaluation MABLE
Type of programme Part-time conversion Master's programme
Accreditation Quality assurance system accredited by the Accreditation Council
Standard period of study 4 semesters
Degree qualification Master of Arts (M.A.)
Language of instruction English
English language requirements CEFR: B1, TOEFL CBT: 213, TOEFL PBT: 550, IELTS: 6.0, CPE: C
Start of programme Winter semester
Restricted entry Yes
Application deadline 15.07.2020 for winter semester 2020/21
Where to apply Application form
Tuition fees €1,500 per semester
Study counselling Central Student Advisory Service
Course adviser Contact the course adviser
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